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India's efforts to control the spread of the novel coronavirus have fallen into disarray. Thousands of workers have started flouting the lockdown rules to migrate back to their home state.
Ministers won't even consider relaxing the nationwide coronavirus lockdown for at least three weeks, a top German government official has said. Even then, measures could remain in place for some people.
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Police suspect Thomas Schäfer died by suicide after his body was found on train tracks near Wiesbaden. He was the finance minister for the state of Hesse, where Germany's financial center Frankfurt lies.
Hundreds of thousands of masks sent to Dutch hospitals have been recalled after tests showed they failed to protect the face or had defective filters. The Netherlands recently bought 1.3 million masks from China.
German savers long reconciled to zero interest are being lured by rates up to 1% as coronavirus-hit companies seek liquid funds, according to a report by the Süddeutche Zeitung newspaper. The trend though is limited.
North Korea has launched two "short-range projectiles" in what appears to be its fourth missile test in March alone. South Korea slammed the move as "inappropriate" during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
At least two ballistic missiles have been destroyed by Saudi forces, state-run media reported. The news came after warring factions in the Yemen conflict supported calls for a ceasefire due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The unity of EU members faces a new, painful test with the coronavirus crisis. If the bloc fails to stand up to it, the entire project might "lose its foundations," warned Italy's Prime Minister Guiseppe Conte.
With coronavirus cases on the rise, the government has declared a medical emergency in the country. But people will still head to the polls on Sunday to vote for a new parliament.
British-German journalist Ruth Michaelson had reported on a study that suggested the number of coronavirus cases in Egypt could be as high as 19,000. Egyptian authorities accused her of undermining public order.
Just two weeks into this crisis some are actually calculating how many deaths society can accept to salvage the economy.
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Kaiserslautern are now in Germany's third tier. But in 1998, they won the Bundesliga title straight after promotion.
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