The virus has infected more than 1,5 million people and killed over 88,000 by spreading to 209 countries and territories. Here are the latest updates for April 8:
Amid the deadly outbreak, Turkey is doing its best to help Syrians tackle the coronavirus in northern Syria, where it has created safe zones for refugees.
Dek: Increasing coronavirus infections and deaths means a major change in people’s daily lives, and for animals, a lack of food as local authorities step in.
The relentless attacks and revolving door of mercenaries widen Libyans' exposure to the pandemic.
The Assad regime has not been forthcoming with information and if action is not taken, it could become a coronavirus hotspot.
At least 3,358 Turkish students in the UK, Ireland, Switzerland, Poland, Italy, Egypt and the UAE have applied to Ankara’s diplomatic missions demanding to be evacuated - Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu.
The attack on Turkish soldiers marks the country's first reported casualties since a ceasefire began earlier this month.
Seven of the 12 new confirmed cases came from Europe and three from the US, Turkey's Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said. Turkey has also quarantined thousands of pilgrims returning from Saudi Arabia and ordered closure of bars to combat coronavirus.
First Turkish-Russian joint patrol on M4 highway in Idlib to be conducted on March 15, says Turkish defence minister.
A drop in oil prices is a good sign for consumers, but current economic conditions and the coronavirus pandemic makes it difficult to see who stands to benefit.
While both sides have traded barbs on the refugee situation, they are working towards finding common ground to diffuse tensions on the Greek border.
Turkish, Russian delegations continue talks on ceasefire in Idlib, just south of Turkey's border, says defence minister.
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