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Countries bolster virus defenses as Spain cases spike
Governments around the world ramped up the battle against the new coronavirus on Saturday by shutting borders and promising cash injections, as Spain emerged as a global hotspot registering more than 1,500 new infections in just 24 hours.
Countries report more coronavirus cases
WHO raises global risk of virus from 'high' to 'very high'
World economy risks worst year since 2009 as coronavirus-recovery hopes fade
The world economy may be heading for its worst performance since the financial crisis more than a decade ago as the spread of the coronavirus increasingly dashes hopes of a swift rebound.
Globe braces for long battle against virus as cases spread
Even as the number of new coronavirus cases has declined at the epicenter of the disease in China, there has been a sudden increase in COVID-19 cases in parts of Asia, Europe and the Middle East.
World’s richest lost $139b in one day due to coronavirus scare
The world’s 500 richest people lost a combined $139 billion in one day due to steep declines on global financial markets caused by the coronavirus outbreak, sputniknews.com reported.
World leaders urged to 'step back from precipice' of ecological ruin
Humanity’s ongoing destruction of nature threatens the survival of our species, a group of former foreign ministers has warned, calling on leaders to step back from “the precipice” of irreversible ecological ruin and protect the planet.
World’s biggest hedge fund returns found in Singapore
On most mornings, Chong Chin Eai starts his day with a jog through Singapore’s Botanic Gardens. After taking his son to school, he trades futures on his laptop at home until it’s time for lunch, after which he might have a massage or perhaps a nap.
Pope urges world leaders to reject nukes in Japan visit
Pope Francis appealed on Monday to world leaders to ensure that nuclear weapons are never used again, a day after he visited Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the only cities ever to be hit by atomic bombs.
Brexit’s impact on world economy to be minimal, Mervyn King says
Brexit won’t have a big impact on the European or global economies, former Bank of England governor Mervyn King said, offering a counterpoint to persistent concerns by global policy makers that the move could further dent already-weakening growth.

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