People stand apart as they line up to enter a supermarket in Milan, Italy.

Italy Reportedly Surpasses China In Coronavirus Deaths

On Thursday, Italy's Civil Protection Agency reported more than 3,400 deaths related to the virus.


0:52Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo
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Japan To Reopen Schools For New Academic Year In April

0:53Netflix on a laptop
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Netflix To Reduce Streaming Quality In Europe Amid Pandemic

0:55Prince Albert II of Monaco
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Prince Albert II Of Monaco Tests Positive For Coronavirus

2:16Fans pose in bio suits at March 14 Vive Latino music festival in Mexico, where the president has downplayed the coronavirus.
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Mexico's President Dismisses Coronavirus Worries, Despite First Death

0:54Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu
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Israeli's Netanyahu Accused Of Using Coronavirus To His Advantage

0:48Italian government official greets doctors from China
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Doctors And Supplies From China Arrive In Italy To Help

1:45Cabinet members in medical masks attend meeting on coronavirus on Wednesday.
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Coronavirus Deaths, Infections Spike In Iran Amid Confused Response

1:10Central train station in Brussels
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European Union Closes Its Borders To Nonessential Travel

1:07Newark Liberty International Airport
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Aviation Group Warns Most Airlines Could Be Bankrupt By Late May

0:59Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
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Canada Is Closing Its Border To Most Nonresidents

1:02Pope Francis holds a crucifix as he celebrates Mass for the Passion of Christ.

Vatican Holy Week Celebrations 'Under Study' Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

0:41Man in protective suit in Spain
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Spain, France And Other Countries In Europe Announce Lockdown Measures

1:07Benjamin Netanyahu
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Israeli President Taps Netanyahu Foe To Form New Government

0:41Rocket launchers that targeted Camp Taji in Iraq
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Rockets Strike U.S. Military Base In Iraq, Injuring 5

0:55Shopper wears mask in Spain
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Spain's Government Expected To Announce Nationwide Lockdown

1:03Delta Air Lines gate at LaGuardia
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Delta Air Lines Is Reducing Its Capacity By 40%

3:00People wearing masks in an airport
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Americans In Europe Are Worried And Confused By The U.S. Travel Ban

1:11People wear masks at Rome train station.
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How Does The Coronavirus Compare To The Last Worldwide Pandemic?

0:59A waiter shows a restaurant menu to pedestrians in downtown Barcelona, Spain, Friday, March 13, 2020
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Spain Declares State Of Emergency In Response To Coronavirus Spread

0:54Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gr├ęgoire Trudeau
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Canadian PM Justin Trudeau's Wife Tests Positive For Coronavirus

1:06Rocket-rigged truck launcher after attack on Camp Taji

U.S. Launches Airstrikes In Iraq

1:36People walking on an empty street in Wuhan

China's Hubei Province Sees Drop In New Daily Coronavirus Cases

0:59Cardinal George Pell leaves the County Court in Melbourne, Australia.
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Australian Court Delays Ruling On Cardinal George Pell's Appeal

0:47Nearby Truck that appears to have fired the rockets
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3 Killed In Attack On Military Base In Iraq

1:52Afghan President Ashraf Ghani
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Afghan President Approves Release Of First 1,500 Taliban Prisoners

0:51Ireland flag
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Coronavirus Prompts Talks Of Coalitions In Ireland

1:08A view of St. Peter's Square at the Vatican, Wednesday, March 11, 2020
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Pope Francis Livestreams Services To Help Contain Coronavirus Outbreak

1:10Tourists look at the Olympic rings at Tokyo's Odaiba district.
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Board Member Says Olympics Could Be Delayed 2 Years Over Coronavirus

1:01Paramedic at a hospital in Italy
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Politico: Italian Doctors Forced To Make Decisions On Whom To Treat

1:32Russian President Vladimir Putin
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Proposal Would Let Vladimir Putin Remain Russia's President Until 2036