The US president extends measures to 30 April, saying casualties are likely to peak in two weeks.
The UK faces reviews of measures every three weeks for six months or more, says deputy chief medical officer.
Football fans around the world are turning to Belarus to get their fix during lockdown as the game carries on in the former Soviet republic.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly moved from Canada to the US amid the virus outbreak.
Narendra Modi apologises for sweeping restrictions that have left many jobless and hungry.
While swathes of Europe are under lockdown, Sweden is allowing life to go on much as normal.
Cities around the world are almost deserted as measures to tackle the coronavirus pandemic continue.
The service usually only happens twice a year but was given as Italy's coronavirus death toll passes 9,000.
New York has the highest number of coronavirus cases in the US and a shortage of ventilators.
Some of the city's most popular landmarks are devoid of the usual crowds as people stay indoors to help combat coronavirus.
OneWeb, the high-profile London-based satellite start-up, files for bankruptcy protection in the US.
Officials confirm 919 deaths, the highest daily tally so far, bringing Italy's death toll to 9,134.
The president is isolating himself from other world leaders as he downplays the coronavirus pandemic.
The death of young Zimbabwean journalist Zororo Makamba exposes his country's healthcare problems.
As coronavirus continues to spread, the worst of the crisis has brought out of the best in humanity.
How one of pop’s brightest new voices found confidence by taking control of a plane.
Manu Dibango, whose Soul Makossa filled New York dance floors, died this week at the age of 86.
India's last-mile delivery executives are struggling to function as the country goes in lockdown.
The country's severe coronavirus crisis is highlighted by its most famous peak, the Matterhorn.
Start-ups are growing fish "meat" in labs and say it will be competitive with fish from the sea.
Thirteen-year-old Ornela has Down's syndrome and is training to compete in the World Games next year.
Georgia plans to revive Tskaltubo, an abandoned Soviet-era spa town, but it's an uncertain time for thousands of civil war refugees living among the decaying sanatoriums.
Michelle Ntalami couldn't buy the products she wanted for her hair, so she set up a company to sell them.
When US entrepreneur Michael Baum bought a famous French vineyard it caused a trans-Atlantic spat.
Esther has to keep working to feed her family in Kenya but is worried about catching coronavirus.
An active weather front brings a rapid developing and destructive tornado to Arkansas
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