China came to a standstill on Saturday to mourn patients and medical staff killed by the coronavirus, as the world's most populous country observed a nationwide three-minute silence.
China pauses in memory of virus victims and 'martyrs'
Iranian Ambassador to Brussels Gholamhossein Dehqani called on the European Union to oppose the continuation of the illegal sanctions imposed by the United States on Iran.
Iran urges EU to oppose continuation of US illegal sanctions on Iran
Saudi Arabia conducted a rocket attack on a border district in Yemen’s northwestern Sa’ada Province, killing all members of a family, this is while a Yemeni official had expressed hope that the prisoners in the Saudi Arabia's prisons would be released soon.
Saudi attack kills entire Yemeni family in Sa’ada amid hopes for prisoner swap
From Europe to South America, US allies complained about America's "Wild West" tactics in outbidding or blocking shipments to buyers who have already signed deals for vital medical supplies.
US virus supply spree sparks outrage among allies
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres Friday renewed his call for a global cease-fire, urging all parties to conflict to lay down arms and allow war-torn nations to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
UN calls on warring parties to halt clashes during pandemic
Joe Biden disclosed on Friday evening he has told his Democratic rival Bernie Sanders that he is moving forward with cabinet and vice presidential picks.
Biden tells Sanders he's pushing ahead with VP, cabinet picks
Russian Foreign Ministry welcomed the progress made in using the INSTEX financial mechanism, saying the need for such a tool is felt more than ever before as Iran is battling the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Russia welcomes progress in INSTEX mechanism

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