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Coronavirus: Confirmed global cases pass one million
The number of cases has doubled in less than a week, according to the latest figures.

A visual guide to the outbreak
Key charts explaining how the respiratory virus has spread and how it is being dealt with.

Coronavirus: US jobless claims hit 6.6 million as virus spreads
More than 6.6 million Americans filed for unemployment last week as the coronavirus spreads.

Coronavirus: More than 10,000 lives lost in Spain
Both Spain and the US also announced huge spikes in the number of jobless on Thursday.

British Airways expected to suspend 36,000 staff
The airline will temporarily suspend more than 30,000 of its workers after reaching a deal with unions.

Daniel Pearl: Pakistan overturns convicted man's death sentence
British-born Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh was convicted of beheading Daniel Pearl in 2002.

Coronavirus: Expert panel to assess face mask use by public
Experts are set to assess the value of face masks in helping slow the spread of coronavirus.

Coronavirus: More health myths to ignore
Lemon juice and other misleading health advice being shared online.

?Deep concern? over coronavirus emergency powers
Hungary?s Prime Minister Viktor Orban took sweeping new powers to fight the virus on Monday.

EU court rules against three states over refugees
Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic broke EU law by rejecting refugees, the top EU court says.

Shenzhen becomes first Chinese city to ban eating cats and dogs
The ruling is a tougher version of China's ban of wildlife meat, after it was linked to the virus.

Zoom boss apologises for security issues and promises fixes
The firm will freeze all new feature development to concentrate on fixing security and privacy issues.

Adam Schlesinger: Stacy?s Mom songwriter dies aged 52 with coronavirus
Tom Hanks and Mark Ronson are among those paying tribute to the late Grammy-winner Adam Schlesinger.

The man who grew his own Amazon rainforest
Fighting back against destruction in the Amazon: how one man grew a rainforest of his own.

Coronavirus: Photos show deserted lockdown locations at high noon
Photographers around the world have taken pictures showing lockdown locations with a running theme.

Coronavirus: How news is made while there are restrictions
The pandemic has led to new challenges for broadcasting and newsgathering. Amol Rajan looks at some of the changes.

Coronavirus: How China's using surveillance to tackle outbreak
China is using its high tech system to tackle the outbreak, but is the state interference justified?

Coronavirus: How can you stop the spread of misinformation?
Think before you share and check the source are among the tips the public is being urged to adopt.

Coronavirus: When 76 strangers sang happy birthday to a neighbour
A woman surprised her fiancé for his birthday by organising a mass sing-along in their apartment building.

Coronavirus: Mandatory quarantine in a five-star Sydney hotel
Australians who return from overseas are now required to spend 14 days in quarantine in hotels.

Coronavirus: US death rates v China, Italy and South Korea
The US has seen its virus cases spike dramatically and these graphs show what could be in store.

Coronavirus: Protecting yourself in a migrant camp
The often unsanitary conditions in refugee and migrant camps, like this one on Lesbos, pose a challenge for residents trying to avoid coronavirus.

Coronavirus: Field hospitals treating patients around world
As the number of cases globally soars, many countries build temporary hospitals for patients.

Coronavirus: Air India pilots 'at risk of infection' on rescue flights
Air India pilots say the airline is not adhering to safety protocol on coronavirus rescue flights.

Will coronavirus reverse globalisation?
Could Covid-19 permanently change how the global economy works?

Coronavirus: Fighting al-Shabab propaganda in Somalia
Muslim clerics in Somalia are moving to the front-line of the battle against coronavirus.

Coronavirus: How will it change national security and spying?
The pandemic has raised questions about whether global health should be a more central part of national security.

One novelist who won't be writing about the coronavirus
One of America's greatest living writers says it would be "wrongheaded" to mention the virus in a book.

Coronavirus: The unusual ways countries are managing lockdowns
Countries are adopting movement restrictions ranging from the extreme to the relaxed to the creative.

Big splash: The world's largest designer of water parks
Geoff Chutter is the founder of Whitewater West, the world's largest water park design firm.

Premier League players should take pay cut, says UK health secretary Hancock
The "first thing" Premier League footballers can do is "take a pay cut and play their part" to help out during the coronavirus pandemic, says health secretary Matt Hancock.

Club Bruges to be declared champions as Belgian league cancelled
The Belgian Pro League becomes the first major European league to be cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Premier League restart date to be pushed back
The restart date for the Premier League will be pushed back on Friday when all 20 clubs meet to discuss the future of the season.

Jones should keep 'competitive edge', even if he does 'slightly cross line' on occasions
RFU boss Bill Sweeney urges Eddie Jones to keep his "competitive edge", even if the England head coach does "slightly cross the line" on occasions.

World Cup finals, Champions League epics & league finales - football's greatest games
BBC Sport's chief football writer Phil McNulty takes a look at his top 10 favourite football matches.

BBC to air memorable sporting highlights including London 2012, Euro '96 and Wimbledon
The London 2012 Olympics and Euro '96 are just some of the memorable moments that viewers can relive during the coronavirus pandemic.

Fisticuffs over free-kicks and bust-ups at yoga - when team-mates clashed
Fifteen years after one of the most shocking moments in Premier League history, BBC Sport takes a look at some other on-pitch bust-ups involving team-mates.

Coronavirus: Where has all the hand sanitiser gone?
Shelves all over the world are empty - it turns out more alcohol is needed, to ramp up production.

Recovering from coronavirus: Three harrowing stories of surviving Covid-19
We have spoken to three people who were hospitalised after contracting coronavirus.

Coronavirus: Volunteers help protect NHS workers
The army of volunteers making essential supplies for NHS workers fighting Covid-19.

Coronavirus: Why some countries wear face masks and others don't
Step outside without a face mask in Hong Kong and you'll get looks. That's not true elsewhere. Why?

Coronavirus: Are loss of smell and taste key symptoms?
However, experts say a fever and a cough are still the main ones to look out for.

Coronavirus: 'Nurses prepare for the worst but not this'
A New York City nurse tells the BBC what it's really like on the front line of the US outbreak.

Coronavirus: The good that can come out of an upside-down world
There are reasons to believe the world may emerge from this upheaval enhanced, writes Matthew Syed.

Coronavirus: The US governor who saw it coming early
Ohio's Mike DeWine began preparing for the virus before a single case was reported in his state.

Coronavirus: The grim crisis in Europe's care homes
News is emerging of growing numbers of deaths from coronavirus in care homes across Europe.

'Phone slipped into the bath': Conference call tales
How to avoid some of the pitfalls of teleconferencing and how it is changing the way we meet and do business.

A visual guide to the economic impact
Key maps and charts explain how the virus has impacted markets and businesses around the world.

Coronavirus update: Why does staying at home help?
After Boris Johnson brings in new measures, the BBC explains why staying in is a matter of life and death.

My disabled son?s amazing gaming life in the World of Warcraft
Robert and Trude thought their son Mats lived a lonely life, but they discovered this was far from true.

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