Covid-19 has killed over 3M people and infected more than 140M others globally. Here are the latest coronavirus-related developments for April 17:
"The meeting in Geneva will be informal. There will be no new negotiations to be held there," says Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu.
It was only the second time in 16 appearances in Monte Carlo that Spain's Rafael Nadal had failed to make it to the semi-finals.
The move comes a day after Washington announced sanctions and the expulsion of 10 Russian diplomats in retaliation for what it says is interference by the Kremlin in US elections, a massive cyberattack and other hostile activities.
Officials of the drug manufacturer in Europe did not immediately comment on the reason for the shortfalls in the second quarter or give the total number of countries that would be impacted.
A new proposal to redraw borders in the Balkans is causing a heated discussion with some believing it may be just what the region needs.
Move brings France in line with most other Western countries following years of campaigning by rape and abuse victims.
The winner of the Uefa Europa League earns an automatic spot in the far more lucrative Uefa Champions League.
The bill was approved 75 to 33 at the National Assembly, where French President Emmanuel Macron’s party, which proposed the measure, has a large majority. The Senate has already adopted the bill.
Ukraine's foreign minister says Moscow's actions and statements are aimed at escalating military tensions and undermining diplomatic efforts to resolve the Russian-Ukrainian conflict.
Pulse fishing involves electrodes being deployed to cause muscular spasms in fish to dislodge certain flatfish species and shrimp that dwell close to or in the sea bed.
Last month, an NFT artwork sold for $69.3 million at Christie’s, in the first sale ever by a major auction house of a piece of art that does not exist in physical form.
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