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Closing of U.S. - Mexico border impacts lives on both sides

The world’s busiest land border has fallen quiet as restrictions to contain the coronavirus prevent millions of Mexicans from making daily trips north, including many who work in U.S. businesses.

Race for vaccine tests limits of drug innovation

Paris - From medical workers struggling to care for the rising tide of COVID-19 patients to the billions of people told to stay home to slow the pandemic, everyone is waiting for one thing: a vaccine.

Grocery and delivery workers demand more pay and protection

Grocery and delivery workers are doing some of the most potentially dangerous jobs in America during the coronavirus outbreak and they are demanding better pay and protection.

Remembering Jan Howard: The 'Classiest Lady in Country Music'

The country music community mourns the loss of Grand Ole Opry star and a true country queen Jan Howard. She passed away at 91 years old on March 28.

US Navy captain says carrier faces dire coronavirus threat

Washington - The captain of the US nuclear-powered aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt told the Pentagon that the coronavirus is spreading uncontrollably through his ship and called for immediate help to quarantine its huge crew.

Facebook feature lets people reach out for help in pandemic

San Francisco - Facebook on Tuesday activated a feature allowing people impacted by the coronavirus pandemic to reach out for help from their community.

Global virus deaths mount as US surpasses China's official toll

Madrid - More than 40,000 people have been killed in the coronavirus pandemic as the disease barrels across the globe, with the US bracing for its darkest hours after its death toll surpassed China's on Tuesday.

In Venezuela shift, US asks Guaido to renounce power — for now

Washington - The United States on Tuesday called on Venezuela's Juan Guaido to renounce his claim to the presidency at least temporarily as it recalibrated its strategy to oust leader Nicolas Maduro.

'I feel nothing': virus-stricken Wuhan buries its dead

Wuhan - As China's coronavirus epicentre Wuhan awakens from its long nightmare, formerly locked-down citizens are beginning to reemerge, but for many, their first outdoor act in more than two months is grim: burying loved ones.

Trump, Erdogan stress need for Syria, Libya ceasefires: W.House

Washington - US President Donald Trump and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan underlined Tuesday the need for ceasefires in Syria and Libya during the coronavirus pandemic, the White House said.

Cruise ship operator urges 'compassion,' warns more may die

Fort Lauderdale - The operator of a coronavirus-stricken cruise ship and its sister vessel has pleaded for a port to allow them to dock, calling for "compassion" and warning that more passengers may die.

Dyson to produce 15,000 ventilators for the health service Special

British based vacuum cleaner manufacturer Dyson is to switch its production lines from producing household products to manufacture ventilators for the U.K. health service.

Coronavirus drives big increase in business communications

As the COVID-19 crisis continues to unfold, an uptick in the adoption of communications apps tell the story of healthcare organizations that are scrambling to adapt. New research reveals a step-change.

Oscar winner Rita Moreno talks 'One Day at a Time,' staying safe Special

On March 31, Academy Award-winning actress Rita Moreno chatted with Digital Journal about Season 4 of "One Day at a Time" on Pop TV.

Study shows middle-age COVID-19 mortality risk

Paris - Middle-aged people, and not just the elderly, have a dramatically higher risk of dying or developing serious illness from COVID-19, new research from Britain showed Tuesday.

Russia's top coronavirus doctor who met Putin tests positive

Moscow - The head of Moscow's main coronavirus hospital who met with President Vladimir Putin a week ago has tested positive, he said Tuesday, as the Kremlin announced the Russian leader's health was fine.

In Venezuela shift, US asks Guaido to renounce power — for now

Washington - The United States on Tuesday called on Venezuela's Juan Guaido to renounce his claim to the presidency at least temporarily as it recalibrated its strategy to oust leader Nicolas Maduro.

Campaigners urge Russia to release prisoners, as virus spreads

Moscow - Rights campaigners are urging the Russian government to consider releasing some pre-trial detainees and prisoners held in the country's packed jails, warning of the "devastating consequences" of the coronavirus pandemic.

'Megxit': Harry and Meghan formally quit royal life

London - Prince Harry and his wife Meghan formally step down as senior members of the British royal family on Tuesday, as they start a controversial new life in the United States.

India manhunt after Islamic gathering becomes virus hotspot

New Delhi - A large religious gathering in New Delhi has sparked a manhunt across India for suspected coronavirus cases after being linked to dozens of infections and several deaths.
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