Coronavirus: Nigeria confirms first case in sub-Saharan AfricaWritten by Euronews24
The first case of the coronavirus in sub-Saharan Africa has been confirmed in Nigeria.
The patient is an Italian citizen who works in Nigeria and flew into the commercial city of Lagos from Milan on 25 February.
Coronavirus: Saudi Arabia suspends entry for pilgrims visiting holy sites
Saudi Arabia has temporarily halted the entry of pilgrims entering the country to visit holy sites, in an attempt to slow the spread of coronavirus.
Five dead in Milwaukee shooting at Molson Coors beer company
Five people have been killed in a shooting at the Molson Coors Brewing Company campus in Milwaukee, Wisconsin state, local officials say.
Trump names VP Pence to lead coronavirus response
President Donald Trump has appointed Vice-President Mike Pence to co-ordinate the US government's response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus: Two new cases confirmed in UK
Two more patients have tested positive for coronavirus in England, bringing the total number of UK cases to 15.
Greek protests: Dozens hurt as island clashes intensify
More than 60 people have been hurt, many of them riot police, in clashes with protesters on Lesbos and Chios over plans to build new migrant camps.
Kenya university's rape memo sparks angerWritten by Euronews24
A top Kenyan university has apologised after blaming "reckless" female students for becoming victims of rape. The security memo, which was sent to all students on Tuesday,
Syria war: Strikes on Idlib 'target schools and hospitals'
At least 20 civilians, including nine children, were killed in Syrian army strikes in the Idlib region on Tuesday, a Syrian human rights monitor said.
Mexico worried by US ruling over boy's border killingWritten by Euronews24
The Mexican government says it regrets a ruling by the US Supreme Court that bars the family of a Mexican boy who was killed in 2010 from suing the US border patrol agent who shot him.
Health officials: Coronavirus spread to the US 'inevitable'
Health officials in the US have warned Americans to brace for the "inevitable" spread of the coronavirus disease that is sweeping the world.
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