The normally vibrant and lively city of Berlin has gone quiet amid the coronavirus crisis. Sebastian Wells took his camera through the empty streets and captured the desolate city in photographs.
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The WHO highlighted the growing share of cases in less wealthy countries as cause for concern. Meanwhile, Jean-Claude Juncker criticized Berlin's handling of the Luxembourg border closure. Follow DW for the latest.
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