By Tom Balmforth and Jason Hovet MOSCOW/PRAGUE (Reuters) – Russia has told the Czech Republic to hand over the statue of a prominent Soviet military commander that was dismantled in Prague last week
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas has criticised the United States’ handling of the coronavirus outbreak as too slow, the latest sign of tensions between the two allies as they
By Joseph Sipalan and Rozanna Latiff KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Malaysia extended movement and travel restrictions on Friday for another two weeks until April 28 to stem the coronavirus outbreak even as
By Stanis Bujakera and Ayenat Mersie KINSHASA/NAIROBI (Reuters) – Days after Congo announced emergency restrictions to curb the new coronavirus, a police video started circulating online showing an
ZURICH (Reuters) – The Swiss death toll from coronavirus has reached 805, the country’s public health ministry said on Friday, rising from 756 people on Thursday.
By Ilya Zhegulev KIEV (Reuters) – The head of a 1,000-year-old Orthodox monastery that became a hotspot for coronavirus infections in Kiev said he had underestimated the gravity of the pandemic and
(Reuters) – The number of confirmed infections of the novel coronavirus were reported to have exceeded 1.56 million globally and the death toll rose above 95,000, according to a Reuters tally as of
OUAGADOUGOU (Reuters) – Nowadays Rahinatou Diasso scolds her children when they wash with too much water.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – There were around 2,000 more deaths in the Netherlands in the first week of April than would normally be expected, its statistics office said on Friday, likely the result of the