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Life amid COVID-19 will get worse in Gaza
The coronavirus has reached the populous Palestinian enclave blockaded by Israel since 2007, where an epidemic would be calamitous.
Borrell: US bans should not block humanitarian aid to countries subject to sanctions
European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said the US sanctions against Iran, North Korea, Syria, Cuba and Venezuela should not prevent the delivery of humanitarian aid to these countries amid the coronavirus pandemic.
South Korea to send $2m medical aid to Iran
South Korea plans to send a medical consignment worth $2 million to Iran to help it contain the coronavirus outbreak, the South Korean Embassy in Tehran twitted on Tuesday.
Mosques converted into factories as Iran fights coronavirus
At a Tehran mosque converted into a factory, women volunteers, who would normally attend to visitors to the old battlefields of the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88), have joined the fight against the coronavirus.
Iran urges US to end oil sanctions amid virus outbreak
The United States should stop preventing Iran from selling oil, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Tuesday.
Minister: Iran to curb coronavirus in some provinces soon
Iran’s Minister of Health Saeid Namaki said Tuesday the coronavirus pandemic is expected to be curbed in a couple of provinces soon.
Liverpool reverses decision to furlough staff amid coronavirus pandemic
Liverpool officially announced its intention to pay staff members in full after originally making the decision to use the UK government's furlough scheme to ease the financial stress caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus in football world!
COVID-19 seems unstoppable and has been attacking football world for a while now.
Japan gambles on partial lockdown to control coronavirus
Japan is gambling that it can control the spread of coronavirus without a full lockdown as Prime Minister Abe Shinzo declared a “state of emergency” on Tuesday.
Japan to declare coronavirus emergency, launch stimulus of $1 trillion: PM
Japan is to impose a state of emergency in Tokyo and six other prefectures as early as Tuesday to contain the coronavirus, while the government prepares a $990 billion stimulus package to soften the economic blow.
Denmark refugees feel left out from lauded coronavirus policies
For Daniel Christiansen, lockdown measures amid the coronavirus measures simply mean another form of isolation.
How coronavirus led to highest-ever spike in US gun sales
Americans grappling with the rapidly-spreading coronavirus purchased more guns last month than at any other point since the FBI began collecting data over 20 years ago. Why?
After-coronavirus, SE Asia strongly favors crackdown on wildlife trade, says WWF
The coronavirus pandemic has generated overwhelming support for the closure of markets selling illegal wildlife across Southeast Asia, an epicenter of the multi-billion-dollar trade, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) said in a public opinion poll.
China posts drop in coronavirus cases, Wuhan lockdown due to end
Mainland China reported on Tuesday a drop in new coronavirus cases after closing its borders to virtually all foreigners to curb imported infections, while the central city of Wuhan, epicenter of the outbreak, saw no new deaths for the first time.
Iran’s top general, Turkish defense minister confer containing coronavirus
Turkish Defense Minister General Hulusi Akar congratulated General Mohammad Bagheri, the Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces following success of the Islamic Republic of Iran in countering the outbreak of coronavirus and treatment of the patients.

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