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MOSCOW (Reuters) - The five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council have agreed to hold a summit, but the date and agenda are still under discussion, the RIA news agency cited Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov as saying.
The first day of enforcement of a new system of digital travel passes in Moscow created huge lines in the Russian capital’s subway system as police officers individually checked each passenger.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia on Wednesday reported 3,388 new cases of the coronavirus, a record daily rise, bringing its overall nationwide tally to 24,490, the country's coronavirus response centre said.
BEIJING/SHANGHAI: China shares closed lower on Wednesday, as investor worries over an expected sharp drop in the country's first-quarter economic growth offset a brief boost from a widely expected cut to medium-term lending rates.
Washington state's attorney general filed a second lawsuit against Facebook Inc over political ads on Tuesday, saying the social media giant once again failed to make disclosures required under the state's campaign finance laws.
Moscow authorities said on April 14 that they had revoked 900,000 travel permits for use during the coronavirus lockdown because they contained false data.
PARIS (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron said he has secured the agreement of three of the five permanent members of the United Nations' Security Council to back a call by the UN for a global ceasefire so the world can focus on the coronavirus epidemic.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has agreed to cut its crude oil production by 136,000 bpd for May and June despite being a small producer and net importer of oil, its minister in charge of economic affairs said on Wednesday.
HARBIN (Xinhua): Northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, which borders Russia, reported 22 new confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus disease (Covid-19) on Tuesday (April 15), local health authority said Wednesday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Turkey on Tuesday repeated an offer to the United States to establish a technical working group including NATO to help solve a dispute over Ankara's purchase of Russian missile defenses that angered Washington.