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Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Australia's stalled migrant boom derails golden economic run
Australia's three decades of uninterrupted prosperity are coming to an abrupt end as the global coronavirus pandemic crashes one of its most lucrative sources of income - immigration.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Armed bandits kill at least 18 in Nigeria's Katsina state
Armed bandits in Nigeria's northwestern state of Katsina killed at least 18 people, including a local official, and stole thousands of livestock on Sunday, two witnesses and a police spokesman told Reuters.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Queen Elizabeth back in the saddle as British lockdown eases
Britain's Queen Elizabeth was photographed riding a 14-year-old Fell pony in Windsor Home Park on Sunday as the country eases stringent measures to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

U.S. sends Brazil 2 million doses of hydroxychloroquine, drug touted by Trump
The United States has supplied Brazil with 2 million doses of hydroxychloroquine for use against the coronavirus, the two governments said on Sunday, despite medical warnings about risks associated with the anti-malaria drug.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Hundreds attend funeral of Palestinian shot by Israeli police
Hundreds of people attended the funeral on Sunday of a Palestinian who was fatally shot by Israeli police in an incident for which Israel's new defense minister later apologized.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Lebanon must turn reform ideas into reality, U.S. ambassador says
The Lebanese government must turn its reform ideas into reality and take concrete steps to win international support, the U.S. ambassador said in an interview broadcast on Sunday.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Bolsonaro joins rally against Brazil's top court; judge warns democracy at risk
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro joined a rally on Sunday on horseback as supporters urged the closing of the Supreme Court for investigating the right-wing leader, as one of its justices compared the risks to Brazil's democracy with Hitler's Germany.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Militants in Burkina Faso kill 35 in separate attacks, government says
Militants in Burkina Faso attacked a cattle market and a humanitarian convoy, killing at least 35 people, the government said on Sunday.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Workers living in Mexico helping California's pandemic health response
Hundreds of Mexicans and Americans who live south of the border enter southern California's hospitals every day.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Namibia shuts harbour town airport after two coronavirus infections
The airport in the Namibian harbour town of Walvis Bay has closed after two residents tested positive for the coronavirus and the economic hub went into lockdown.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Indian states rush to identify high-risk zones to remain in lockdown
Indian states on Sunday began identifying high-risk zones where coronavirus lockdowns should continue while the rest of country gears up to reopen in June despite a record rise in COVID-19 cases, officials said.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Notre-Dame renovation teams play catch-up as lockdown eases
French renovation teams aim complete work on Notre-Dame Cathedral in time for the fifth anniversary of its 2019 fire despite the COVID-19 lockdown, the project leader said on Sunday, as admirers were allowed back into the adjoining square.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

New coronavirus losing potency, top Italian doctor says
The new coronavirus is losing its potency and has become much less lethal, a senior Italian doctor said on Sunday.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

South Africa postpones reopening of schools over safety concerns
South Africa has pushed back Monday's reopening of schools by a week, the Department of Basic Education said on Sunday, saying that a substantial number are not ready to welcome back pupils.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Civilians killed as park hit by shelling in Libyan capital
A grassy area used as a park in the Libyan capital Tripoli was hit by shelling on Sunday that left at least three people dead and several others wounded, medics said.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

El Salvador's Congress OKs law to reopen economy, President Bukele vows veto
El Salvador's Congress passed a new emergency bill to address the impact of the coronavirus crisis and gradually reopen the Central American nation's economy, while President Nayib Bukele has vowed to veto the measure.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

India expels two Pakistani officials for 'espionage'
India on Sunday expelled two officials working at the Pakistan embassy in New Delhi after they were held for espionage, the foreign ministry said in a statement.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Bosnian court rejects request to detain regional PM over ventilators deal
Bosnia's state court ordered the release on Sunday of a regional prime minister and two other men suspected of corruption in connection with the import of defective ventilators for coronavirus patients.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Hundreds of protesters rally in London, Berlin over U.S. death
Hundreds of people protested in London and Berlin on Sunday in solidarity with demonstrations in the United States over the death of a black man shown on video gasping for breath as a white policeman knelt on his neck in Minneapolis.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Tropical Storm Amanda kills at least seven people in El Salvador
Tropical Storm Amanda has killed at least seven people in El Salvador as heavy rains made rivers overflow, flooded city streets and produced landslides, Interior Minister Mario Duran said on Sunday.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

UK foreign minister defends lockdown easing as the 'right step'
British foreign minister Dominic Raab on Sunday defended the government's careful loosening of the coronavirus lockdown, saying it was the "right step to be taking" at this time.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Sri Lanka to reopen some tourism in August with restrictions - official
Sri Lanka plans to reopen its tourism sector on Aug. 1 by allowing only small groups of visitors to begin with, a tourism official said on Sunday.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Italy records 75 new coronavirus deaths, 355 new cases
Deaths from the COVID-19 epidemic in Italy climbed by 75 on Sunday, against 111 the day before, the Civil Protection Agency said, while the daily tally of new cases fell to 355 from 416 on Saturday.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

UK COVID-19 confirmed death toll rises by 113 to 38,489
The United Kingdom's death toll from people who have tested positive for COVID-19 has risen by 113 to 38,489, the government said on Sunday.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Britain has reached 200,000 capacity testing target, says government
Britain has reached its 200,000 capacity testing target for the coronavirus, including the means for 40,000 antibody tests a day, the government said on Sunday, adding that it had met the goal a day early.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Protesters rally in London, Berlin over George Floyd's death
Hundreds of people protested in London and Berlin on Sunday in solidarity with demonstrations in the United States over the death of a black man shown on video gasping for breath as a white policeman knelt on his neck in Minneapolis.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

No COVID-19 deaths reported in Sweden in 24 hours, but weekend figures typically delayed
Sweden has not reported any coronavirus deaths in the last 24 hours, for the first time since March 13, the health authority said on Sunday, but there is typically a delay in reporting figures at weekends.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Spanish PM Sanchez to extend lockdown a final time to June 21
Spain's prime minister said on Sunday the country needed 15 more days of lockdown until June 21 "to finish with the pandemic once and for all", and he would ask parliament to approve a final two-week extension to the stay home rule.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Philippines reports 862 additional coronavirus infections, seven more deaths
The Philippines on Sunday reported 862 additional coronavirus cases and seven more deaths from the respiratory disease.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

People more important than the economy, pope says about Covid crisis
Pope Francis said on Sunday that people are more important than the economy, as countries decide how quickly to reopen their countries from coronavirus lockdowns.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Thailand's parliament approves $58 billion economic package to ease virus impact
Thailand's parliament passed a 1.9 trillion baht ($58 billion) economic support package on Sunday to ease the impact of the coronavirus.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Malta to reopen its airport on July 1
Malta will reopen its airport to passenger flights on July 1, Prime Minister Robert Abela said on Sunday, as the Mediterranean island rolls back restrictions introduced in March to halt COVID-19 infections.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Defending lockdown easing, UK foreign minister says it's the 'right step'
British foreign minister Dominic Raab defended on Sunday the government's "careful" loosening of the coronavirus lockdown, saying it was the "right step to be taking at this moment in time".

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Somali minibus hits roadside bomb, six killed
At least six people were killed on Sunday when a minibus struck a roadside bomb near the Somali capital Mogadishu, police and witnesses said.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Spain to extend lockdown to 21st June - El Pais
Spain's prime minister said on Sunday he will ask parliament to agree to a last two-week extension of the state of emergency lockdown until 21st June, after which the government will no longer restrict citizens' movements, newspaper El Pais reported.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Saudi Arabia reopens mosques with strict regulations for worshippers
Saudi Arabia's mosques opened their doors to worshippers on Sunday for the first time in more than two months as the kingdom, the birthplace of Islam, eased restrictions imposed to combat the coronavirus.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Britain will not 'look away' from Hong Kong responsibilities, says Raab
Britain will not look away from is responsibilities to Hong Kong, foreign minister Dominic Raab said on Sunday, repeating London's offer of extended visa rights in response to China's push to impose a new law in the former British colony.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Malaysia reports 57 new coronavirus infections
Malaysia reported 57 new coronavirus infections on Sunday, taking its tally to 7,819, but with no additional deaths its toll stands at 115, the health ministry said on Twitter.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

India's Modi urges citizens to stay alert to virus as lockdown eases
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi warned the country on Sunday to remain vigilant against the spread of coronavirus as the country prepares a phased re-opening of activities even as daily cases rise to record highs.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Indonesia reports 700 new coronavirus infections
Indonesia reported on Sunday 700 new coronavirus infections, taking the tally in the Southeast Asian nation to 26,473, said health ministry official Achmad Yurianto.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Canada to promote holidays at home because of COVID-19 border closures
Canada will invest C$30 million ($21.8 million) to enable its provinces and territories to promote holidays in their "own back yard" because of the closure of the country's borders due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

UK taking 'right steps' to ease virus lockdown, says foreign minister
British foreign minister Dominic Raab said on Sunday the "careful" easing of the coronavirus lockdown was now the "right step" to take, shrugging off criticism for moving too quickly to allow people more social contact.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Scotland's Sturgeon says lockdown easing must be very cautious
Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Sunday she agreed with scientists that any easing of the coronavirus lockdown must be very cautious after some of those advising government said Britain was moving too quickly.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Russia says coronavirus infections pass 400,000
Russia on Sunday reported 9,268 new cases of the novel coronavirus, raising the national tally to 405,843.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Singapore's health ministry confirms 518 more coronavirus cases
Singapore has confirmed 518 more coronavirus infections, the health ministry said on Sunday, taking its tally to 34,884.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

China says 2 new coronavirus cases, asymptomatic case on German charter
China announced on Sunday two new confirmed cases of coronavirus and four new asymptomatic cases, including one person without symptoms of COVID-19 on a chartered flight from Germany.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque compound reopens after more than two months
Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque compound reopened to Muslim worshippers and visitors on Sunday after a two-and-a-half month coronavirus closure, but authorities imposed some precautions as health officials warned of an uptick in local infections.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Rwanda reports its first death from the new coronavirus
Rwanda's ministry of health on Sunday reported the East African nation's first death caused by the new coronavirus.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Australia would welcome official invitation to G7, says government spokesman
Australia would welcome an official invitation to the Group of Seven (G7) nations and there has been contact on the matter between the prime minister and the United States, a government spokesman said on Sunday.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

China media, Hong Kong government bristle at Trump's pledge of curbs, sanctions
China's state media and the government of Hong Kong lashed out on Sunday at U.S. President Donald Trump's vow to end Hong Kong's special status if Beijing imposes new national security laws on the city, which is bracing for fresh protests.

Reuters World News
May 31, 2020

Thailand reports 4 new coronavirus cases, no new deaths
Thailand reported four new coronavirus cases on Sunday and no new deaths, taking the total number of infections to 3,081 with 57 deaths since January.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 286 to 181,482
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Germany increased by 286 to 181,482, data from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) for infectious diseases showed on Friday.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

China media bristles at U.S. moves on Hong Kong over national security push
China's state media lashed out on Sunday at possible retaliatory moves by the United States to impose sanctions and end Hong Kong's special status if Beijing imposes new national security laws, as the city braces for fresh protests.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Trump postpones G7 summit, seeks to add countries to invitation list
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Saturday he would postpone a Group of Seven summit he had hoped to hold next month until September or later and expand the list of invitees to include Australia, Russia, South Korea and India.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

South Korea says it will discuss Trump's invitation to G7 summit with the U.S.
South Korea is aware of U.S. President Donald Trump's invitation to Seoul to join this year's Group of Seven summit and will discuss the matter with the United States, a government official told Reuters on Sunday.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

China reports two new coronavirus cases for May 30
China recorded two new confirmed cases of coronavirus on May 30, down from four the day before, data from the country's health authority showed on Sunday.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque reopens after more than two months
Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque reopened to worshippers on Sunday after a two-and-a-half month coronavirus closure, but Muslim authorities imposed some precautions as health officials warn of an uptick in local infections.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Trump postpones G7 summit, seeks to expand invitation list
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Saturday he would postpone the Group of Seven summit that he wanted to hold in late June and expand the list of countries invited to include Australia, Russia, South Korea and India.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Global coronavirus cases surpass 6 million
Global coronavirus cases surpassed 6 million on Saturday, according to a Reuters tally, as Latin America reported a grim milestone of 50,000 deaths from the disease.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Lack of protective gear leaves Mexican nurses battling pandemic in fear
As a nurse on the front lines of Mexico's coronavirus battle, Gisela Hernandez has stayed away from her children for nearly two months, sleeping in a hotel and even her car to avoid infecting them because she feels inadequately protected at work.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Most vulnerable in England can spend time outdoors from Monday
The more than 2 million people who have been "shielding" from COVID-19 in England because they are deemed to be clinically extremely vulnerable will be allowed to spend time outdoors from Monday for the first time in 10 weeks.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Iran berates U.S. over police killing, slams racism
Iran, always keen to score points against its longtime foe the United States, took Washington to task on Saturday over the killing of a black man by a white police officer that has sparked angry protests over racial injustice.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Russia plans coronavirus vaccine clinical trials in two weeks: report
Russian scientists plan to start clinical trials within two weeks on a vaccine to combat the novel coronavirus, the health minister was quoted as saying on Saturday as authorities approved the country's first anti-COVID-19 drug.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Israeli police fatally shoot Palestinian in Jerusalem: spokesman
Israeli police officers fatally shot a Palestinian they suspected was carrying a weapon in Jerusalem's Old City on Saturday, a police spokesman said, but the man was later found to have been unarmed, Israeli media reported.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Islamic State kills Afghan journalist, technician in bus blast
Islamic State claimed responsibility for Saturday's bomb explosion that killed an Afghan journalist and a technician in minibus carrying employees of a local television station in Kabul.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Parolled Australian fears re-arrest in Bulgaria, seeks new trial
An Australian ex-soldier, released on parole after being convicted of a street murder in Bulgaria in 2009, fears he will be rearrested if he tries to leave the country and is now seeking a new trial to try to clear his name.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Divert weapons funding to research to prevent next pandemic, pope says
Pope Francis on Saturday urged politicians to divert funds spent on weapons to research to prevent another pandemic, as he led the largest gathering in the Vatican in nearly three months.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Spain's daily coronavirus death toll drops to a handful
Spain's coronavirus death toll rose by four on Saturday to 27,125, the Health Ministry said, reflecting a dramatic decline in daily fatalities in recent weeks as the country brings the outbreak under control.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Belgian prince tests positive for coronavirus after attending gathering in Spain
A nephew of Belgium's King Philippe, Prince Joachim, has tested positive for coronavirus after attending a party in Spain, which Spanish media said broke lockdown rules because of the number of people there.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Russia denies U.S. claim that Libyan banknotes seized in Malta are counterfeit
Libyan currency worth over $1 billion which was printed in Moscow and seized by Malta is not counterfeit, Russia's foreign ministry said on Saturday in response to U.S. claims.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Italy records 111 new coronavirus deaths, 416 new cases
Deaths from the COVID-19 epidemic in Italy climbed by 111 on Saturday, against 87 the day before, the Civil Protection Agency said, while the daily tally of new cases fell to 416 from 516 on Friday.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Rules apply to all, senior health official says of UK PM's adviser Cummings
England's deputy chief medical officer said the COVID-19 rules were clear and applied to all when he was asked about the prime minister's most senior adviser, Dominic Cummings, who made a lengthy journey during the lockdown.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Colombia will not ease quarantine in capital, cities hit hard by coronavirus
Colombia issued new measures to control the spread of the novel coronavirus in three of its most affected cities on Saturday, including the capital Bogota, as the rest of the country prepares for quarantine rules to start lifting.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

India extends lockdown in high-risk zones, to allow partial reopening elsewhere
India extended its coronavirus lockdown until June 30 in high-risk zones but permitted restaurants, malls and religious buildings to reopen elsewhere from June 8 despite a record high number of cases detected nationwide on Saturday.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Afghan journalist, technician at state-run channel killed in blast
A journalist and a technician were killed and at least seven people were wounded when a private bus carrying employees of an Afghan television station was bombed in Kabul on Saturday, the channel's chief executive said.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Britain at a very dangerous moment in the pandemic, health official says
Britain is at a very dangerous moment as it starts to ease some of its lockdown measures, England's deputy chief medical officer said on Saturday, warning that people would need to follow the guidelines and not "tear the pants out of it".

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

UK COVID-19 confirmed death toll rises by 215 to 38,376
The United Kingdom death toll from people who have tested positive for COVID-19 rose by 215 to 38,376, the government said on Saturday.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Spain coronavirus death toll up by four to 27,125 on Saturday
Spain's death toll from the novel coronavirus rose by four on Saturday to 27,125, the health ministry said.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Factbox: Latest on the worldwide spread of the coronavirus
Countries around the world are easing coronavirus restrictions, but senior scientific advisors warned that England risks losing control of the pandemic again because it is starting to lift its lockdown without a fully operational track and trace program in place.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Sudan summons Ethiopian envoy over suspected cross-border attack
Sudan summoned the Ethiopian Chargé d'Affaires on Saturday over a border attack by suspected Ethiopian militias that killed and wounded several Sudanese army personnel and civilians, it said in a statement.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

England risks COVID-19 resurgence by ending lockdown too soon, scientific advisers say
England risks losing control of the coronavirus pandemic again because it is starting to lift its lockdown without a fully operational track and trace programme in place, senior scientific advisers warned on Saturday.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

EU urges U.S. to reconsider decision to cut ties with WHO
The European Union urged the United States on Saturday to reconsider its decision to cut ties with the World Health Organization over its handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

'At last we're free': Parisians head for the park as lockdown eases
Parisians flocked to parks and gardens as they reopened in the sunny French capital on Saturday for the first time after almost 11 weeks of coronavirus lockdown, one of the last areas of France to ease restrictions.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Afghan journalist and driver killed in blast
A journalist and a driver were killed and at least six people were wounded when a private bus carrying employees of an Afghan television station was bombed in Kabul on Saturday, said the director of Khurshid TV.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

U.S. considers sending 'training' unit to Tunisia amid North Africa tensions
The United States said it is considering deploying a Security Force Assistance Brigade in Tunisia for training, as part of its assistance program with the North Africa country, amid concern over Russian activity in Libya.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Hong Kong officials say Trump 'completely wrong' to end city's special status
Hong Kong officials lashed out on Saturday at moves by U.S. President Donald Trump to strip the city of its special status in a bid to punish China for imposing national security laws on the global financial hub.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Philippines confirms eight more coronavirus deaths, 590 new cases
The Philippines' health ministry on Saturday reported eight additional deaths from the novel coronavirus and 590 new infections.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Russia plans coronavirus vaccine clinical trials in two weeks - report
Russian scientists plan to start clinical trials within two weeks on a vaccine to combat the novel coronavirus, the country's health minister was quoted as saying on Saturday.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Chinese vaccine could be ready by year-end, government body says
A Chinese-made coronavirus vaccine could be ready for market as early as the end of this year, China's State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC) said in a social media post.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Attack in northern Burkina Faso kills at least 15
At least 15 people were killed following an attack on a convoy transporting traders in a town in northern Burkina Faso on Friday, the government said on Saturday.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Don't treat Italy like a leper colony says foreign minister
Italy will not be treated like a leper colony, Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio said on Saturday, promising a warm welcome to foreign tourists this summer and warning other European Union states not to shut out Italians.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

As lockdown eases, Iran's mosques to resume daily prayers
Government employees went back to work in Iran on Saturday and President Hassan Rouhani said mosques would resume daily prayers across the country, even though some areas are seeing high levels of coronavirus infections.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Work on flight data of crashed Pakistani airliner to start June 2 in France
Work on the flight data and cockpit voice recorders of a crashed Pakistani airliner will begin in France on June 2, investigators said on Saturday.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Spain further eases coronavirus restrictions in four small islands
Four small Spanish islands will be able to open the outside terraces of bars and restaurants to 75% of their capacity from Monday, the government said, a further easing of coronavirus lockdown rules for parts of the country least affected by the disease.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

England easing COVID-19 lockdown too soon, scientific advisers warn
England risks losing control of the coronavirus pandemic again because it is starting to lift its lockdown without a fully operational track and trace programme in place, three senior scientific advisers warned on Saturday.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Rwandan medical workers deploy robots to minimize coronavirus risk
At the Kanyinya COVID-19 treatment facility a short distance from Rwanda's capital Kigali, Akazuba, Ikizere and Ngabo report for duty, but these are no ordinary health care workers.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

India posts record jump in COVID-19 cases, Modi says 'long battle' ahead
India reported a record daily jump of 7,964 new COVID-19 infections on Saturday, with a recent surge in cases as lockdown restrictions start to ease raising the possibility that Prime Minister Narendra Modi could extend curbs beyond May 31.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Malaysia reports 30 new COVID-19 infections
Malaysia reported 30 new COVID-19 infections on Saturday, taking the cumulative total to 7,762.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Israeli police fatally shoot Palestinian in Jerusalem - spokesman
Israeli police officers fatally shot a Palestinian they suspected was carrying a weapon in Jerusalem's Old City on Saturday, a police spokesman said, but the man was later found to have been unarmed, Israeli media reported.

Reuters World News
May 30, 2020

Indonesia reports 557 new coronavirus infections
Indonesia reported on Saturday 557 new coronavirus infections, taking the Southeast Asian nation's tally to 25,773, health ministry official Achmad Yurianto said.

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