WHO Says Global Cases of COVID-19 Set Record Daily Rise

The World Health Organization, WHO reported a new record daily rise of confirmed coronavirus cases across the globe.

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Record Daily Caseloads Haunt More European Countries

In Europe, data shows that the spread of the coronavirus is on a spiralling trend, with record daily caseloads renewed more frequently in many European countries amid a second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Mainland Reports 28 New COVID-19 Cases, All Imported

A total of 28 new COVID-19 cases arriving from outside the Chinese mainland were reported yesterday, with no new locally-transmitted infections detected across the mainland.

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Criticism of Japan's effort on coronavirus cruise ship as passengers leave

Hundreds of people began disembarking a cruise ship quarantined in Japan on Wednesday as criticism mounted of Japan’s handling of the sea-borne outbreak where the new coronarvirus appears to have run rife and infected more than 540 people.

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Erdogan says third Turkish drill ship to begin operations in 2020

Turkey has purchased its third offshore drilling ship which will arrive in Turkey next month, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday, adding that the ship will begin operations in 2020.

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Trump says working on a very big trade deal with India, but will take time

 President Donald Trump said the United States and India were working on a major trade deal, but he was not sure if it would be completed before the U.S. presidential election in November.

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Britain, France, Germany formally accuse Iran of breaking nuclear deal

​Britain, France and Germany formally accused Iran on Tuesday of violating the terms of its 2015 agreement to curb its nuclear program, which eventually could lead to the reimposing of U.N. sanctions lifted under the deal.

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Guatemalan president takes office amid political jostling and delays

​Guatemala swore in President Alejandro Giammattei on Tuesday in a ceremony tainted by long delays blamed on political jostling and maneuvers by outgoing officials to avoid arrest, a reminder of the deep levels of political corruption plaguing the country.

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