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Abe says Japan aims to approve Avigan as coronavirus treatment

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Saturday said his government will compile Japan’s “boldest ever” package of economic measures to address the impact of the new coronavirus, while also pushing for quick approval of the flu drug Avigan as a treatment for the infected.

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Modi announces 21-day national lockdown as India battles coronavirus

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has imposed a three-week long nationwide lockdown and allocated an extra $1.97 billion for health care to contain the spread of coronavirus infections which are now spiking in the South Asian nation.

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India to Impose Nationwide Lockdown From Midnight, PM Modi Says

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has imposed a three-week long nationwide lockdown across India to help contain the spread of coronavirus infections.

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Australian PM announces travel ban on all non-residents

All non-residents will be banned from entering Australia as COVID-19 is spreading globally, according to Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Thursday afternoon.

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US-Canada border to close amid virus crisis

S President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau have agreed to close the US-Canada border to all non-essential travel in an attempt to curb the spread of coronavirus.

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Abdullah bin Zayed affirms to Zarif the UAE’s support to Iran amid coronavirus

The United Arab Emirates’ Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan expressed to his Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif the UAE’s support to Iran amid the coronavirus outbreak.

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France: Saudi Arabia must coordinate on oil prices

Saudi Arabia must coordinate on oil prices to avoid economic disruption to other countries, France’s Minister of the Economy and Finance, Bruno Le Maire, said yesterday.

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Turkey registers no ceasefire violations in Idlib – Defense Ministry

Turkish National Defense Minister Hulusi Akar has said that Ankara had registered no ceasefire violations in Syria’s Idlib since it came into effect on March 6.

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USA Democratic Senators Secretly Met Zarif at Munich

A group of Democratic senators held a secret meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Jahad Zarif in Munich last week, alleges a new exclusive in The Federalist on Monday.

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Lavrov Doubts US Middle East Plan’s Capacity to Improve Israeli-Palestinian Relations

Washington is ignoring the internationally-accepted approach to the Middle East settlement,which is not helping resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told the Italian daily La Stampa.

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First Death From Coronavirus Confirmed in Europe

An 80-year-old Chinese tourist affected by the coronavirus who was hospitalised in Paris has died, French Health Minister Agnes Buzin said on Saturday during a press briefing.

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Iran, Pakistan discuss ways to develop defense ties

Ambassador of Islamic Republic of Iran and Pakistan’s Minister for Defense Products on Saturday discussed ways to strengthen bilateral ties, especially in the field of defense.

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Russia says Trump’s ME plan violates law

Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Vershinin pointed to the ineffectiveness of the so-called Deal of Century in resolving the situation around Palestine.

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Israel Bans Palestinian Agricultural Exports via Jordan Amidst Fraying Trade Links

Israel has escalated a trade war with the Palestinians by stopping their agricultural exports through Jordan, Palestinian Agriculture Minister Riyal al-Attari said on Saturday.

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Iran to make utmost effort in becoming stronger: Hatami

Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami pointed to the need to make Iran a powerful country and vowed to stand up for the rights of the Iranian nation.

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Iran suspends all Chinese flights amid coronavirus

Iran’s Minister of Health and Medical Education, Saeed Namaki, said Friday night that Iran had decided to suspend all Chinese flights because of a coronavirus that broke out, Mehr reports.

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