Indian superfan pays tribute to Donald Trump

Indian superfan pays tribute to Donald Trump

A Donald Trump superfan honours the American President with prayers ahead of his trip to India.
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Coronavirus: French singer entertains Paris street

Coronavirus: French singer entertains Paris street

On the 24th day of lockdown, French singer Veronica Antonelli entertains her neighbours Paris's 18th disctrict by singing "Bella Ciao". She says she is singing to encourage healthcare workers and other key employees.
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COVID-19 hits Uruguay's mate drinkers

COVID-19 hits Uruguay's mate drinkers

Much Uruguayan social life revolves around the sharing of a traditional hot herbal infusion called mate, and although health experts advice against it amid the COVID-19 pandemic, some continue to drink it from the same metal straw with partners or...
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Notre-Dame: events that shaped France's history

Notre-Dame: events that shaped France's history

Videographic illustrating some of the most important events that have taken place in Notre-Dame cathedral over the centuries.
Key moments in the history of Notre-Dame

Key moments in the history of Notre-Dame

One year after the fire at Notre-Dame de Paris, a huge crane at rest overlooks a cathedral still trapped in its scaffolding like a spider's web. Videographic showing key moments in the history of Notre-Dame cathedral.
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Two tests for coronavirus

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Vending machines distribute face masks made by Thailand convicts

Vending machines distribute face masks made by Thailand convicts

Vending machines distribute face masks made by prisoners in Thailand at Bangkok airport train stations. The tissue masks priced at 25 THB (0.75 USD) are set to be available at Makkasan station, Lat Krabang station, and Phaya Thai station on the ai...
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Coronavirus: Few joggers out early in Paris amid daytime sports ban

Coronavirus: Few joggers out early in Paris amid daytime sports ban

A few joggers exercise on the Trocadero esplanade at dawn on the 25th day of lockdown in France. Earlier this week, a ban on individual outdoor sports between the hours of 10:00 am and 07:00 pm was enforced.
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Coronavirus: images of St Thomas' Hospital where British PM Boris Johnson remains after leaving ICU

Coronavirus: images of St Thomas' Hospital where British PM Boris Johnson remains after leaving ICU

Images of St Thomas' Hospital in London where British Prime Minister Boris Johnson remains, but who has now left intensive care after three days of treatment for COVID-19. While much of the focus in Britain has been on Johnson's health, there is a...
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Coronavirus: Ambulances transfer patients to Paris-Austerlitz station

Coronavirus: Ambulances transfer patients to Paris-Austerlitz station

Several ambulances head to Paris-Austerlitz station with Covid-19 patients on board. The patients are due to be transferred onto fully medicalised trains that will take them to the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region in southwestern France.
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Coronavirus: Dubai opens drive through test centres

Coronavirus: Dubai opens drive through test centres

Dubai opens drive through Covid-19 testing centres in the city with capacities of up to 250 tests a day at each centre.
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Meals on wheels: HK caterer serves discounts to elderly staying at home

Meals on wheels: HK caterer serves discounts to elderly staying at home

Many Hong Kong senior citizens are finding it difficult to get their hands on groceries and meals as they isolate themselves at home to avoid any chance of getting the coronavirus outdoors. A catering company has come to their rescue and is offeri...
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Coronavirus: Drive-through testing begins in Panama's capital

Coronavirus: Drive-through testing begins in Panama's capital

Health workers in Panama's capital check and swab people in their cars at a new drive-through testing facility in Panama City's San Francisco neighbourhood.
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Coronavirus: Paris lockdown leaves landmarks abandoned

Coronavirus: Paris lockdown leaves landmarks abandoned

On its 24th day of lockdown, Paris has turned into a ghost city. Gone are the crowds of tourists flocking to the Louvre or the Eiffel Tower, gone are the traffic jams filling the narrow streets and wide boulevards alike. But the city's famous land...
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Trump says Saudis, Russians 'getting close' to oil production deal

Trump says Saudis, Russians 'getting close' to oil production deal

US President Donald Trump tells reporters at the White House that he just spoke with Russia and Saudi Arabia about oil production and OPEC, and says they are "getting close to a deal."
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London residents applaud medical workers amid pandemic

London residents applaud medical workers amid pandemic

Local residents applaud medical workers outside St George's Hospital in what has become a weekly ritual while firefighters and police officers near St. Thomas hospital do the same after Prime Minister Boris Johnson was released after 3 days of int...
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General views of North Korea's capital city Pyongyang

General views of North Korea's capital city Pyongyang

North Korea's capital city Pyongyang is almost empty as the country seeks to prevent a coronavirus outbreak. Last week a senior health official in Pyongyang said the country remains totally free of the coronavirus, despite mounting scepticism over...
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Nurses and doctors gear up for intensive care unit at Rome COVID-19 Hospital

Nurses and doctors gear up for intensive care unit at Rome COVID-19 Hospital

At the COVID-19 Hospital Policlinico di Tor Vergata in Rome, nurses and doctors are at war against the novel coronavirus, gearing up before entering the intensive care unit.
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Police officers and firefighters clap in appreciation for healthcare workers on London's Thames

Police officers and firefighters clap in appreciation for healthcare workers on London's Thames

Police officers and firefighters clap in appreciation for healthcare workers, standing on the bridge across from London St Thomas's hospital, where British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is currently receiving care for COVID-19. Britons have been c...
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UK prime minister Boris Johnson leaves intensive care: govt

UK prime minister Boris Johnson leaves intensive care: govt

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson left intensive care after three days of treatment for COVID-19, his office says. The 55-year-old Conservative leader had received "standard oxygen treatment" after he was transferred to the intensive care unit...
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Coronavirus: British Foreign Minister claps to support hospitalised PM Boris Johnson and health work

Coronavirus: British Foreign Minister claps to support hospitalised PM Boris Johnson and health work

British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab, who is deputising for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, and British Finance Minister Rishi Sunak clap in support of medical workers from the NHS (National Health Service) and Johnson, hospitalised with CO...
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Coronavirus: Musician Geff Harrison sings for neighbours from Hamburg terrace

Coronavirus: Musician Geff Harrison sings for neighbours from Hamburg terrace

While the city of Hamburg and its inhabitants live according to the rules of social distancing required to slow down the spread of COVID-19, English singer and musician Geff Harrison sings from his terrace to cheer up his neighbours and passers-by.
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South Africa's Ramaphosa extends coronavirus lockdown by two weeks

South Africa's Ramaphosa extends coronavirus lockdown by two weeks

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa announces that the nationwide lockdown is to be extended for an additonal two week period beyond the initial 21 days.
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Coronavirus: Macron pays surprise visit to controversial French virus doctor

Coronavirus: Macron pays surprise visit to controversial French virus doctor

Emmanuel Macron holds a surprise meeting with Marseille-based Professor Didier Raoult, a proponent of chloroquine treatment for Covid-19, signalling the president's willingness to consult a broad spectrum of voices before giving his third address ...
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Coronavirus: From Panama, UN, Red Cross prepare 16.5 tons of aid

Coronavirus: From Panama, UN, Red Cross prepare 16.5 tons of aid

The United Nations and the Red Cross prepare more than 16 tons of supplies, including masks and gloves, for distribution from their collection center in Panama for the combat of COVID-19 across Latin America and the Caribbean.
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