As cases of Covid-19 cases continue to rise, more than 7,400 and 123 deaths up to now, Bolivia and Colombia became the latest countries to impose total lockdowns.
While the elderly and those with pre-existing medical conditions are the hardest hit by the virus, World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned that young people were also vulnerable.
Coronavirus has infected more than 230,000 people worldwide and killed around 10,000 as countries race to slow deadly virus from spreading. Here's what's happening on March 19:
Argentinians in the Patagonia desert perceive the Chinese space centre in a positive light, even though it has been an uncomfortable development for Washington.
Beijing reports 433 more cases of new coronavirus and a total of 2,744 deaths, while Australian PM Scott Morrison says the world is about to be gripped by "a pandemic of coronavirus."
Greece, Austria, Croatia, Switzerland and France say the coronavirus cases in their country involved people who visited Italy, as did Algeria in Africa.
With one of the highest murder rates in the world, being sent back to the Central American nation would mean certain death for some migrants.
The "historically low" number mostly died covering conflicts in Yemen, Syria and Afghanistan, the RSF said with its head Christophe Deloire warning that the number of journalists murdered in countries supposedly at peace is still alarmingly high.
The recent investigation exposing the UAE's cyber-surveillance program fits in neatly with the country's quest to silence democratic actors across the Middle East.
The former Bolivian president is credited with lifting many out of poverty and for spurring economic growth, but some in the indigenous community believe his legacy is not as rose-tinted as is portrayed.
Candidate Luis Lacalle Pou was shown to have won by about 30,000 votes, while the amount of contested ballots is around 35,000. A recount will start on Tuesday and might delay the result until Friday.
Ever since Juan Doming Peron first came to power in 1943, his style of politics has been interwoven into Argentina’s social fabric, as a Peronist party comes to power again, what does this mean for the country?
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