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Coronavirus threat hits Washington. Is Trump exposed?

The White House has insisted that US President Donald Trump doesn't need to be tested for the coronavirus even though several people in his political circle are now self-quarantining due to their proximity to someone with the virus. #Trump #coronavirus #infected

White House doctor: Trump not out of the woods yet

White House doctor: Trump not out of the woods yet

Trump doubles down on calling coronavirus the 'Chinese virus'

Trump doubles down on calling coronavirus the 'Chinese virus'

Trump, Melania show 'mild' Covid-19 symptoms

Trump, Melania show 'mild' Covid-19 symptoms

US President Trump and first lady test positive for Covid-19

US President Trump and first lady test positive for Covid-19

Erdogan calls on UN for a 'dignified way' to end Ukraine war

Erdogan calls on UN for a 'dignified way' to end Ukraine war

Africa Matters: Somalia nutrition centres at capacity

Africa Matters: Somalia nutrition centres at capacity

Africa Matters: UN Security Council Reform

Africa Matters: UN Security Council Reform

Africa Matters: Uganda begins paying DRC for war damages

Africa Matters: Uganda begins paying DRC for war damages

Africa Matters: Nigerian recycler banks on trash

Africa Matters: Nigerian recycler banks on trash

Queen's coffin to lie in state for four days at Westminster Hall

Queen's coffin to lie in state for four days at Westminster Hall

Africa Matters: Queen Elizabeth's Legacy

Africa Matters: Queen Elizabeth's Legacy

Africa Matters: Brushing stress away

Africa Matters: Brushing stress away

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II dies in Scotland at age 96

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II dies in Scotland at age 96

Africa Matters: Cameroon helping children through trauma

Africa Matters: Cameroon helping children through trauma

Africa Matters: Somalia Facing Famine

Africa Matters: Somalia Facing Famine

Africa Matters: Nigerian schools out to end corporal punishment

Africa Matters: Nigerian schools out to end corporal punishment

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