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TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Environment Minister Shinjiro Koizumi warned on Monday that the Paris climate accord could face death if steps to fight global warming were put on the backburner to facilitate the economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazil's health minister urged the government to speak with a unified voice in its fight against the new coronavirus, calling out President Jair Bolsonaro for downplaying the threat ahead of what are likely to be the two toughest months for the outbreak.
BEIJING/PARIS/SINGAPORE: The worldwide death toll from the novel coronavirus pandemic rose to 114,539 on Monday (April 13), according to a tally compiled by AFP from official sources. More than 1,853,300 declared cases have been registered in 193 countries and territories since the epidemic emerged in December.
NEW DELHI: Covid-19 (coronavirus) cases in Mumbai's densely populated Dharavi slum -- one of Asia's biggest -- have risen to 43 including four deaths, officials said on Monday (April 13), as they ramp up testing in a race to contain its spread.
MANILA: The Philippines is easing a ban on overseas deployment of health workers, allowing those with existing contracts abroad to leave, according to Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin on Monday (April 12).
KOTA TINGGI: A break-in at a swiftlet farm here by three men ends in death, as one of them is killed after getting into a scuffle with its caretaker.
MANILA: The Philippines reported on Monday (April 13) 284 new infections from the Covid-19, bringing the total number of the cases in the country to 4,932. The Department of Health (DOH) also reported in its daily bulletin that 18 more Covid-19 patients have died, bringing the death toll from the virus to 315.
TEHERAN: Iranian health ministry on Monday (April 13) reported 111 new Covid-19 death cases in the past 24 hours to a total of 4,585 deaths in the country, official IRNA news agency reported.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's overnight death toll from the coronavirus fell to 517 on Monday from Sunday's 619, bringing the total death toll to 17,489, the Health Ministry said, adding that it was the smallest proportional daily increase since tracking began.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain let some businesses get back to work on Monday, but one of the strictest lockdowns in Europe remained in place despite a slowing in the country's coronavirus death rate.