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The sailor had tested positive for coronavirus on March 30 and was taken off the ship and placed in 'isolation housing' along with four other sailors at the US Navy base on Guam

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Life will never be the same for some, even for those who don't contract the coronavirus

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GE has repaid $6 billion of its intercompany loan to finance arm GE Capital on April 1 using funds from the biopharma proceeds, it said

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The group, comprising the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, Russia and other countries, said Sunday it had agreed to reduce output by 9.7 million barrels per day (bpd) for May and June

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The United States, with the world's third-largest population, has recorded more fatalities from COVID-19 than any other country

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Based on technology developed by LifeCan Medical, the Elbit machines will enable medical centers to provide initial care to patients suffering from less severe respiratory conditions, said the company, which is better known for its advanced weapons platforms and surveillance systems

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The Associated Press followed 10 New York City residents on Monday, April 6, as they tried to survive another day in the city assailed by the new coronavirus. For more, read 24 Hours: The Fight for New York.

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In recent weeks, the jihadists have seized government buildings, robbed banks, blocked roads and hoisted their black-and-white flag over towns and villages across Cabo Delgado province

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Pakistan summons an Indian official to protest over cross-border shelling from its neighbor that it said had killed a child and wounded four civilians

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In Colorado, nearly a third of the workers at a JBS USA beef plant stayed home amid safety concerns for the last two weeks as a 30-year employee of the facility died following complications from the virus

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UN Food and Agricultural Organization says heavy rains during March is bringing a new wave of destructive insects into region, in some areas 20 times larger than the first one

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The number of confirmed cases has risen by 4,342 to a national tally of 88,621

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Daler Sharipov, a Dushanbe-based journalist who writes about domestic politics and religious issues, was arrested by the intelligence services on January 28

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The world's biggest pork processor, says it will shut a US plant indefinitely due to a rash of coronavirus cases among employees and warns the country was  moving 'perilously close to the edge' in supplies for grocers

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Sweden's chief epidemiologist says Swedes are disciplined about limiting their physical contact with others

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It's not the first time Tara Reade has made an accusation against the former vice president

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Cameroon says its hospital are already overwhelmed, with more than 850 confirmed cases within 6 weeks, yet it expects confirmed COVID cases to rise into several thousands

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Gone for now are the days of waiting for a crowd to exit a ballgame or concert, so Taxi driver Nicolae Hent often calls it quits for the day earlier

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Incident happened when Harjit Singh and several other officers stopped vehicle as it market

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Some workers allowed to return to work after Lockdown Declared March 14

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The envoy said both sides should accelerate efforts to meet targets specified in the US-Taliban agreement as soon as possible 

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New legislation enables Prime Minister Viktor Orban to rule by decree, with no time limit

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The establishment of one-man rule in the heart of Europe has enraged civil libertarians and Hungary’s opposition leaders, who say Orbán aims to establish an elective dictatorship 

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The 48-hour lockdowns across 31 cities, aimed to contain the spread of the coronavirus, were announced just two hours before taking effect

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