U.S. Would Be Willing to Reconsider Funding Cutoff for Palestinian Refugees Amid Coronavirus Outbreak,...
The U.S. is willing to reconsider its funding cutoff of aid to Palestinian refugees in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, United States Agency for International Development (USAID) officials suggested on Thursday.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, he revealed on Friday morning.
The coronavirus has infected more than 542,000 people across 176 countries and regions. Over 124,000 have recovered from infection, while more than 24,300 have died, according to the latest data from Johns Hopkins University.
President Donald Trump has celebrated U.S.-Chinese cooperation in the fight against coronavirus, despite the war of words that has developed between Washington and Beijing over who is to blame for the pandemic.
St. Kitts and Nevis has confirmed its first two cases of novel coronavirus, becoming the final nation in the Americas to do so.
As the United States and the People's Republic of China fight the new coronavirus outbreak—with the U.S. rapidly becoming the epicenter of the pandemic—experts said the economic superpowers' rivalry runs too deep for them to cooperate in the battle and that Bejing could emerge as a global leader during the international crisis.
The United States has rolled out additional sanctions against Iran and indicted Venezuelan's leader on narco-terrorism charges, despite calls for sanctions relief amid the new coronavirus pandemic.
The Trump administration appears is considering the possibility of sending troops to its border with Canada to prevent people from crossing into the U.S. outside designated entry points amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Health care workers in Australia have recently released a statement pleading to "not be abused" following an incident where a nurse was punched in the face while wearing her nursing uniform.
China has announced it will temporarily suspend entry for foreigners, including those with valid travel documents, as the coronavirus pandemic swells abroad.