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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.
The court instead found Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh guilty of the lesser charge of kidnapping and sentenced him to seven years in prison.
Over 700,000 people have signed a petition calling for rent payments to be cancelled during the COVID-19 crisis.
When I moved to Barcelona, this wasn’t the life I pictured for myself. But I’m also getting weirdly used to this one, writes Elizabeth Bennett.
Running out of equipment, dealing with scared roommates, hiding the truth from their families—5 nurses on working with COVID-19 patients.
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“None of us can say when this will end, but end it will,” said the Prince of Wales, who said he's now "on the other side of the illness."
An estimated half a million migrants have walked to their villages from India's big cities since India's 21-day lockdown began. The journey has been fatal for some.
"I, for one, welcome our new goat overlords," tweeted a journalist in the Welsh town.
The host of “Cuomo Prime Time” will continue to anchor the show from home and is reportedly "feeling well."
In a possible sign of what's to come in the U.S., solidarity has given way to unease and anger as Italians face a prolonged period of isolation.
The failings of Brazil's president and other leaders who try to mask their incompetence with empty bravado will cause countless avoidable deaths.
Under a state of emergency decree, the prime minister can jail people for ‘disinformation’ and rule by decree.
People in the city have been directed to stay home, yet dozens gathered beside the Hudson on Monday to watch a hospital ship sail into Pier 90.
Coronavirus cases may be starting to peak in Europe, but lockdowns will likely remain in place for months, officials said.
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Last week, Clarence House revealed the Prince of Wales tested positive for COVID-19.