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Global oil output cuts held hostage to standoff
Oil producers in the OPEC+ group, led by Saudi Arabia and Russia, were expected to pressure Mexico on Friday to seal an accord for a collective cut in output of 10 million barrels per day, before asking other nations for a further 5 million bpd of cuts.
Trump says he is speeding help to farmers hurt by coronavirus dislocation
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Thursday he has directed his agriculture secretary to expedite help to farmers, especially small farmers, hurt by the economic disruption caused by the new coronavirus outbreak.
South Korea reports recovered coronavirus patients testing positive again
South Korean officials on Friday reported 91 patients thought cleared of the new coronavirus had tested positive again.

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Spain's coronavirus death toll slows, government mulls easing lockdown
The coronavirus death toll curve in Spain flattened further on Friday as the government debated different strategies to start phasing out one of the world's strictest lockdowns.
Special Report: Married for 50 years, a couple are separated by the coronavirus
This is a love story. It began 50 years ago over an apple strudel in Paris, but Howard Smith says he has no time for romantic notions about the past. Right now he's worried about how the story will end.
U.S. Energy Secretary tells G20 all nations should help reduce oil surplus
U.S. Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette on Friday described a dire situation in global energy markets, saying that the coronavirus pandemic and massive oil surplus have created a lethal combination.
Coronavirus-hit airlines in push for divisive route subsidies
Major airlines are seeking operating subsidies for key routes once coronavirus restrictions are lifted, a leaked lobbying document shows, stoking tensions with some low-cost carriers that are less likely to benefit from the additional funds.
Russia calls on G20 to join efforts with OPEC+ on oil market
Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak called on the G20 group of the world's largest economies on Friday to join the efforts of the group of leading oil producers, known as the OPEC+, to stabilize energy markets.
Kremlin says 'work' on Mexico joining oil cuts under way
The Kremlin said on Friday that "work" to persuade Mexico to join efforts to curb oil production was under way a day after marathon talks among producers produced a deal on cutting out conditional on Mexico's participation.
England's coronavirus hospital death toll rises by 866 to 8,114
The coronavirus death toll in English hospitals rose over the past 24 hours by 866 to a total of 8,114 on Friday, health officials reported.
Saudi energy minister calls for affordable energy supply at G20 meeting
The Saudi energy minister told a conference of the G20 group of the world's largest economies on Friday that ensuring affordable energy supply is key to facilitating a global economic recovery.
Russia's Putin to hold new talks on oil - TASS
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday he was planning to hold new talks on oil prices after phone calls with U.S. President Donald Trump and the leadership of Saudi Arabia, TASS news agency reported.
Saudi, Russia seek to finalise oil cuts in G20 talks, want U.S. involved
Saudi Arabia, Russia and their allies will press Mexico on Friday to join an accord for collective oil production cuts equivalent to 10% of global supplies and will push the United States and other producers to remove a further 5%.
U.S. consumer prices post largest drop in five years
U.S. consumer prices fell by the most in more than five years in March and further decreases are likely as the novel coronavirus outbreak suppresses demand for some goods and services, offsetting price increases related to shortages resulting from disruptions to the supply chain.
U.S. coronavirus expert Fauci: 'Now is no time to back off'
The top U.S. infectious disease expert warned on Friday that even though hard-hit spots like New York are showing positive results in the battle against the coronavirus, it is too early to relax restrictions on Americans.
PM Johnson out of intensive care as he continues COVID-19 recovery
Prime Minister Boris Johnson was resting in hospital on Friday, recovering from COVID-19, while his fellow Britons were told to resist the temptation of spring sunshine over Easter as the coronavirus outbreak approaches a peak.
Lawmakers look to reaffirm U.S. commitment to global health, amid coronavirus
Republican and Democratic U.S. senators will introduce legislation on Friday seeking to reaffirm the country's commitment to global health amid the coronavirus crisis, including reestablishing a panel - similar to one disbanded by President Donald Trump - charged with preparing for pandemics.
Coronavirus drug hopefuls are cheap to make but may be in short supply
Drugs being re-purposed in hopes they will help against COVID-19 cost little to make but may prove challenging to produce in quantities needed for a pandemic, a drug pricing expert said.
UK PM Johnson in 'very good spirits' after leaving intensive care: spokesman
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in "very good spirits" after returning to a hospital ward from intensive care but his recovery is at an early stage, his spokesman said on Friday.
Spain's coronavirus death toll curve flattening at last
The coronavirus death toll curve in Spain flattened further on Friday as the government discussed different strategies to start phasing out one of the world's strictest lockdowns.
Easter season goes virtual as coronavirus locks out tradition
One Catholic priest in rural coastal Ireland delivered socially-distanced blessings from a moving vintage "popemobile".
U.S. health expert Fauci: 'Now is no time to back off'
The top U.S. infectious disease expert warned on Friday that even though hard-hit spots like New York are showing positive results in the battle against coronavirus, it is too early to relax restrictions on Americans.
China imposes more checks on mask exports to ensure quality control
China tightened restrictions on exports of masks and other personal protective equipment (PPE) on Friday, calling for shipments of the items to be subjected to a mandatory customs inspection, with immediate effect.
Some defiant U.S. churches plan Easter services, ignoring public health guidelines
A handful of holdout U.S. churches plan to hold in-person services on Easter Sunday, saying their right to worship in person outweighs public health officials' warnings against holding large gatherings during the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus forces Americans to find Easter fun at least 6 feet apart
Easter is a special holiday for 6-year-old Nora Heddendorf. It's a day when she loves to get dolled up in a fancy dress and shiny shoes, and have fun with family and friends hunting for brightly colored eggs.
France says EU coronavirus recovery fund to be financed by joint debt
European Union finance ministers have agreed to an economic recovery plan for the coronavirus crisis that France's minister said implicitly opens the door to jointly issued debt and which he hailed as a French success.
Airbus shelves plan to add new A321 assembly line
Airbus has shelved plans to create a new assembly line in Toulouse, France, for its A321 airliner as the company wrestles with the coronavirus crisis.
In parts of Africa, police are accused of excess force amid coronavirus lockdowns
Days after Congo announced emergency restrictions to curb the new coronavirus, a police video started circulating online showing an officer in the capital beating a taxi driver for violating 

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