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US election 2020: Bernie Sanders suspends presidential campaign

US election 2020: Bernie Sanders suspends presidential campaign

SUMMARY: Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption Sanders: 'I wish I had better news'Senator Bernie Sanders has suspended his campaign to become US president.

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Syria war: Syrian air force behind 2017 chemical attacks, OPCW finds

Syria war: Syrian air force behind 2017 chemical attacks, OPCW finds

SUMMARY: The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) said 106 people were affected by the incidents in the opposition-held village of Latamina.

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Coronavirus: Marathon talks over EU virus rescue package stall

Coronavirus: Marathon talks over EU virus rescue package stall

SUMMARY: Why did the EU talks break down?

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Coronavirus: 'Drop in global trade to be worse than 2008 crisis'

Coronavirus: 'Drop in global trade to be worse than 2008 crisis'

SUMMARY: The wide range of possibilities reflects the uncertainties about the health crisis.

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Coronavirus: Trump attacks 'China-centric' WHO over global pandemic

Coronavirus: Trump attacks 'China-centric' WHO over global pandemic

SUMMARY: Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption Trump offers ventilators to countries "desperate" for themUS President Donald Trump has attacked the World Health Organization (WHO) for being too "China-centric" in its tackling of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Coronavirus: EU top scientist forced out in political row

Coronavirus: EU top scientist forced out in political row

SUMMARY: It said it regretted Prof Ferrari's comments.

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End of Wuhan lockdown could trigger a "resurgence in infections" in China, doctor warns

End of Wuhan lockdown could trigger a "resurgence in infections" in China, doctor warns

SUMMARY: Residents were allowed to leave the central Chinese city of Wuhan on Wednesday for the first time in nearly three months.

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Coronavirus: France and Germany count economic cost of crisis

Coronavirus: France and Germany count economic cost of crisis

SUMMARY: Europe's biggest economies have begun counting the cost to growth from the coronavirus crisis - as leaders across the continent struggle to reach agreement on how to mitigate its impact.

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Italy bridge collapse: Two drivers survive

Italy bridge collapse: Two drivers survive

SUMMARY: Image copyright Polizia di Stato Image caption Local residents heard a roar and then the sound of collapsing masonryTwo van drivers escaped serious injury when a bridge over a river in northern Italy collapsed on Wednesday.

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Wuhan residents celebrate, travel after coronavirus lockdown ends

Wuhan residents celebrate, travel after coronavirus lockdown ends

SUMMARY: Wuhan residents celebrate, travel after coronavirus lockdown ends Tens of thousands of people left Wuhan on Wednesday morning for the first time in two and a half months after the Chinese government lifted travel restrictions on the city where the coronavirus outbreak began.

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Coronavirus: Covid-19 detecting apps face teething problems

Coronavirus: Covid-19 detecting apps face teething problems

SUMMARY: In this case, the goal is to be able to distinguish the Covid-19 from other illnesses including the flu.

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Poland must suspend judge discipline panel – ECJ

Poland must suspend judge discipline panel – ECJ

SUMMARY: Image copyright Reuters Image caption Europe's to court said Poland should suspend its disciplinary chamberThe European Court of Justice (ECJ) has suspended the disciplinary chamber of Poland’s Supreme Court over questions about its independence.

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Twitter's Jack Dorsey pledges $1 billion for virus relief efforts

Twitter's Jack Dorsey pledges $1 billion for virus relief efforts

SUMMARY: Twitter co-founder and chief executive Jack Dorsey said Tuesday he was committing $1 billion of his personal fortune to coronavirus relief through his philanthropic fund.

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Pan-Pan! Facebook plea gets Sri Lankan chef off Italy-bound cruise

Pan-Pan! Facebook plea gets Sri Lankan chef off Italy-bound cruise

SUMMARY: COLOMBO (Reuters) - A Sri Lankan chef stuck aboard a cruise ship headed to Europe managed to get ashore in Colombo this week after issuing a social media plea for help from his government.

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UK PM Johnson stable after second night in intensive care battling COVID-19

UK PM Johnson stable after second night in intensive care battling COVID-19

SUMMARY: LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spent a second night in intensive care and was in a stable condition on Wednesday after receiving oxygen support for COVID-19 complications while his foreign minister directs the battle against the outbreak.

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Dutch coronavirus cases rise by 969 to 20,549, 147 new deaths

Dutch coronavirus cases rise by 969 to 20,549, 147 new deaths

SUMMARY: FILE PHOTO: Dutch health workers leave with a patient at Bernhoven hospital, as the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Uden, Netherlands, March 25, 2020.

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Tokyo sees biggest daily jump in infections as coronavirus emergency begins

Tokyo sees biggest daily jump in infections as coronavirus emergency begins

SUMMARY: TOKYO (Reuters) - Tokyo recorded 144 coronavirus infections on Wednesday, its biggest daily jump since the start of the pandemic, the city’s governor Yuriko Koike said, on the first day of a state of emergency aimed at containing the outbreak.

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UK PM Johnson is stable in hospital, responding to treatment: spokesman

UK PM Johnson is stable in hospital, responding to treatment: spokesman

SUMMARY: FILE PHOTO: Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks during a news conference on the novel coronavirus, in London, Britain March 3, 2020.

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EU top court orders Poland to suspend disciplinary chamber

EU top court orders Poland to suspend disciplinary chamber

SUMMARY: WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland should immediately suspend the powers of a Supreme Court chamber created to discipline judges since it is not independent and thereby in breach of EU law, the European Union’s top court ruled on Wednesday.

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Man jailed for stealing face masks from London hospital

Man jailed for stealing face masks from London hospital

SUMMARY: LONDON (Reuters) - A man who was caught stealing surgical face masks from a hospital in London has been jailed for three months, police said on Wednesday.

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