• Jerusalem's Via Dolorosa empty due to coronavirus fears
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    Jerusalem's Via Dolorosa empty due to coronavirus fears

    The old city of Jerusalem is empty. This is the Via Dolorosa, believed to be the path that Jesus walked to the crucifixion. Normally a busy hub for visitors and Easter pilgrims, this year the cats have the run of the place. Father Francesco Patton is a Franciscan

  • High Court to hand down Pell judgment
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    High Court to hand down Pell judgment

    One of Australia's most high profile court cases will come to a close on Tuesday morning (April 7)-- as the country's High Court hands down its judgment on former Vatican treasurer George Pell's appeal against historical child sex offences. The decision will likely

  • Death at home: the unseen toll of Italy's coronavirus crisis
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    Death at home: the unseen toll of Italy's coronavirus crisis

    The sight of so many coffins in one room is a grim one. Well over 15,000 of them have officially been required in Italy, where COVID-19 has devastated human life on a scale not seen anywhere else. But there's a warning: the death toll could be much higher.

  • Cyclone Harold Damages Homes in Vanuatu's Santo
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    Cyclone Harold Damages Homes in Vanuatu's Santo

    Cyclone Harold caused damage across the island nation of Vanuatu on April 6. The cyclone hit as a category 5 storm, after days earlier hitting the Solomon Islands where 27 ferry passengers were swept away. This video shows storm winds battering Santo, Vanuatu, and a man with the charity ADRA Vanuatu

  • What's the UK's plan B if Johnson is incapacitated?
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    What's the UK's plan B if Johnson is incapacitated?

    As the UK waits for news on Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s health, questions have been raised about what would happen if he weren’t able to continue leading the country. Johnson was diagnosed with the coronavirus last month and admitted to hospital on Sunday (April 5) due to his ongoing

  • Spanish Police Pay Tribute To Health Care Workers in Tortosa
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    Spanish Police Pay Tribute To Health Care Workers in Tortosa

    Spanish police in Tortosa thanked health care workers for all the work they were doing to fight Covid-19, sharing this video on April 6. The death toll from the virus in the country was in decline on that date . According to El Pais, the number of deaths from coronavirus dropped to 637 in the previous

  • Protesters ransack makeshift coronavirus hospital
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    Protesters ransack makeshift coronavirus hospital

    Protesters tore down a makeshift COVID-19 hospital in Ivory Coast's capital Abidjan on Sunday (April 6) night. To the banging of pots and pans, and cries of "we don't want it", the angry residents of Yopougon dismantled the partially built structure. The person

  • Denver Zoo's Amur Tiger Baffled by Cardboard Box
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    Denver Zoo's Amur Tiger Baffled by Cardboard Box

    Denver Zoo in Colorado is providing daily updates to patrons on the lives of its animals, as part of a national “closed but still caring” campaign prompted by the coronavirus pandemic. Footage released by Denver Zoo on April 4 shows nine-year-old Amur tiger Yuri clawing, scratching, and biting a large

  • Pope opens Holy Week amid lockdown
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    Pope opens Holy Week amid lockdown

    Palm Sunday usually attracts tens of thousands of people to an adorned St. Peter's Square. But this year, Pope Francis marked the start of Holy Week in an empty Basilica, urging people not to be concerned by what they lack - but by how they can ease the suffering of others.

  • Johnson doing well and expected to return to office soon - UK minister
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    Johnson doing well and expected to return to office soon - UK minister

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson is "doing well" and is expected to be back at his office shortly, Housing Minister Robert Jenrick said on Monday (April 6) after the British leader was admitted to hospital on Sunday (April 5) night. "This isn't an emergency admission and so

  • Tesla engineers show off prototype ventilator
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    Tesla engineers show off prototype ventilator

    (SOUNDBITE) (English) VICE PRESIDENT OF VEHICLE ENGINEERING AT TESLA, LARS MORAVY, SAYING:"Hey, guys, a lot of stuff going on here over the Corona virus, so this is Tesla Engineering. We're in the lab and we've been working on some stuff." That's Tesla Vice President

  • Indian police don coronavirus-themed helmets
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    Indian police don coronavirus-themed helmets

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a 21-day nationwide lockdown on March 24 to stem the spread of the disease, as police across the country use different ways to enforce the lockdown. With the number of coronavirus cases rising each day, Probationary Deputy Superintendent of Police

  • Meet Nadia, the Bronx Zoo Tiger That Tested Positive for Coronavirus (File)
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    Meet Nadia, the Bronx Zoo Tiger That Tested Positive for Coronavirus (File)

    A Malayan tiger has tested positive for coronavirus, Bronx Zoo announced on April 5 . Four-year-old Nadia was the first known case in the world of a non-domesticated animal contracting COVID -19, National Geographic reported. This file video shows Nadia at the zoo back in 2016 after she made her debut

  • Stocks jump on virus slowdown hopes, but oil slips on oversupply
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    Stocks jump on virus slowdown hopes, but oil slips on oversupply

    Equity investors took solace on Monday (April 6) as the death toll from Covid-19 slowed across major European nations including France and Italy. The benchmark STOXX 600 index was up nearly 3 percent in early deals. Italian and French bourses jumped 3.5% and 3.4%, respectively

  • Samsung's solid chip sales unlikely to help profits
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    Samsung's solid chip sales unlikely to help profits

    The global shift to working from home is boosting demand for Samsung's memory chips as laptop makers and data centers snap them up. But in guidance set to release Tuesday (April 7), the South Korean tech giant's first-quarter profits are still likely to remain flat.

  • New Zealand Police Share Hilarious Coronavirus Do's And Don'ts Advice
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    New Zealand Police Share Hilarious Coronavirus Do's And Don'ts Advice

    The New Zealand Police shared a hilarious coronavirus do’s and don’ts PSA video on April 6. The video, produced by and starring Hamish McCormick from Wellington, New Zealand, shows a man trying on different outfits for a number events, which are either allowed or banned because of the country’s measures

  • Applause for Health Care Workers Tackling Coronavirus Rings Out in Manhattan
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    Applause for Health Care Workers Tackling Coronavirus Rings Out in Manhattan

    Residents of Manhattan were heard clapping and cheering for New York City healthcare workers on Sunday, April 5. Locals across the city were taking part in rounds of applause daily as the city battled the coronavirus pandemic. This video shows the view from one resident’s building as he listens to cheers

  • Coronavirus redraws battle lines on airline emissions
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    Coronavirus redraws battle lines on airline emissions

    Crippled European airlines have demanded relief from environmental taxes - pitting immediate survival against long-term emission goals. The tax tussle poses an important question: Should bailouts come before climate objectives? Airlines have been

  • Meet the young deer who adopted an Italian family
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    Meet the young deer who adopted an Italian family

    On one of Alison Bruce's strolls through the Italian countryside, an unlikely follower is tagging along. Meet Bob, a deer who thinks he's a dog. (SOUNDBITE) (English) ALISON BRUCE, SAYING: "He was at the front door again this morning and we went for

  • Clear skies and crisp air quality in Beijing
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    Clear skies and crisp air quality in Beijing

    Beijing is usually known for gridlock traffic and a grey haze of pollution hugging the tops of skyscrapers. But one silver lining of the lockdown in China's capital city has been the newly crisp clarity of the air. Locals like Liu Chuan are savouring every minute of it

  • New Zealand Girl Tells People to Stay Home So 'We Can All Go Back to McDonald's Again'
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    New Zealand Girl Tells People to Stay Home So 'We Can All Go Back to McDonald's Again'

    One young New Zealand girl had an important public-safety message in the face of the coronavirus pandemic — asking people to stay at home so “we can all go back to McDonald’s again.” The video, featuring a girl who introduces herself as Portia, was shared to Eastern District Police’s Facebook page on

  • 'Stay the F*** at Home': A Musician's Comical Warning to the Public
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    'Stay the F*** at Home': A Musician's Comical Warning to the Public

    A New Hampshire musician shared an important message with the world, on March 26, through a song he wrote to urge members of the public to “stay the f*** at home”. Robert Emmett Kelly self-recorded the song which was inspired by a Chris Franklin poem, which had been posted on YouTube . “The only way

  • 'Spray, Pray': Australian Paramedics Bust Out Moves in Hygiene Dance
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    'Spray, Pray': Australian Paramedics Bust Out Moves in Hygiene Dance

    Paramedics at Ambulance Victoria’s Mordialloc Branch got their groove on to promote COVID -19-preventative hygiene in a viral video on March 31. Marlie Lochran and her fellow paramedics were seen dancing to the tune of US comedian Laura Clery’s parody ‘quarantine workout’ song . The tune urges everyone

  • Oil skids after Saudi-Russia talks delayed
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    Oil skids after Saudi-Russia talks delayed

    News on Sunday(5 April) that OPEC talks were delayed sparked an oil price drop in overnight trading. Negotiations between Saudi Arabia and Russia were kicked to Thursday and that's keeping fears of oil oversupply alive. Major oil producers Saudi Arabia and Russia have been

  • Some U.S. churchgoers defy stay-at-home order
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    Some U.S. churchgoers defy stay-at-home order

    Even as the coronavirus is keeping much of America at home, some churchgoers in Louisiana defied their governor's stay-at-home orders on Sunday (April 5). (SOUNDBITE) (English) LIFE TABERNACLE CHURCH PARISHIONER, TIM HAMPTON, SAYING: "I'm not scared of this virus