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SHANGHAI: China on Tuesday (April 16) has approved early-stage human tests for two experimental vaccines to combat the new coronavirus as it battles to contain imported cases, especially from neighbouring Russia, the new “front line” in the war on Covid-19.
SINGAPORE/LONDON: The minimal impact on oil prices from a global deal for record output cuts showed that oil producers have a mountain to climb if they are to restore market balance as the coronavirus shreds demand and sends stockpiles soaring, industry watchers said.
Authorities in Moscow on April 13 blamed hackers for bringing down a new website meant to issue travel permits to the city's residents to use during the coronavirus lockdown.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey's parliament on Tuesday passed a law that will allow the release of tens of thousands of prisoners to ease overcrowding in jails and protect detainees from the coronavirus, but which critics slam for excluding those jailed on terrorism charges.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Forces aligned with Libya's internationally recognised government seized two towns west of the capital Tripoli on Monday after heavy clashes and drone strikes, military sources and residents said.
KIEV/MOSCOW (Reuters) - A huge forest fire in Ukraine that has been raging for more than a week is now just one kilometre from the defunct Chernobyl nuclear power plant and poses a radiation risk, Greenpeace Russia warned on Monday, citing satellite images.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey will impose a fresh lockdown next weekend as part of measures to halt the spread of the coronavirus, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday, after a 48-hour curfew in 31 provinces that ended at midnight.
(Reuters) - Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said U.S. sanctions against Iran and Venezuela were unjust in a telephone call with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Monday and called for the two countries to cooperate together within the OPEC+ group.
LONDON: The world’s top oil producers pulled off a historic deal to cut global petroleum output by nearly a tenth, putting an end to the devastating price war that brought the energy industry to its knees.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin said on Monday Russia might need to call in the army to help tackle the coronavirus crisis and warned the contagion was getting worse after the number of confirmed cases rose by a record daily amount.