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The senior Catholic will walk free after he was convicted of sexually abusing two 13-year-old choirboys.
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While the U.S. braces for its “saddest week," Spain hopes the coronavirus pandemic will soon be over, and that travelers will follow.
The British prime minister revealed that he tested positive for the virus on March 27.
President Donald Trump has insisted that the stockpile is only a short-term backup for states.
As a Pakistani reporter covering U.S. foreign policy, I worried about writing on Palestine and Israel — until visiting gave me an empathy stronger than my fear.
We're continuing to feature striking photography amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The U.S. shut its border and Mexico issued a stay-at-home order because of the coronavirus pandemic. But asylum-seekers are not safe.
"Shout out to the doctors and nurses who are doing the real work right now," the anchor said in an Instagram post.
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Even reluctant world leaders like Donald Trump and Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro have been forced to reckon with the crisis — for political reasons, if not scientific ones.
The central Israeli city of Bnei Brak has become the country’s worst hot spot for the coronavirus and now resembles a ghost town.
“As lovely as it is to have visitors to Australia, it is time – as it has been for some while – to make your way home."
It was the first resolution adopted by the 193-member world body on the coronavirus pandemic.
The U.S. has the most known infections of any country with at least 236,000 confirmed cases.
Many Northeast Indians living in other parts of the country have been racially attacked and find it hard to even buy essentials like groceries at the time of a pandemic.
Kezia Roberts from Leeds explains the trend that's making the nation's lockdown that little bit more colourful.
The community of Yarrabah in the Far North is pleading for supplies kits and isolation facilities to try to prevent hundreds of deaths.
The number of deaths and infections around the world, including in the U.S., are likely far higher than government tallies suggest.