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Danish blood tests shed new light on the coronavirusPreliminary results from antibody testing must be taken with a number of caveats, the professor emphasizes. Tests from 1,487 Danish blood donors may help shed new light on how deadly coronavirus really is.The World Health Organization, WHO, has estimated that the figure is around one to three… READ MORE

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The Democratic race to decide who will take on Donald Trump in November's election resumes. READ MORE

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The PM describes the situation as grave as the total number of confirmed infections rises to 433. READ MORE

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The governor of Mecca says Asayel Slay's music video is an "insult to the customs" of the city. READ MORE

South Sudan rivals Salva Kiir and Riek Machar strike unity deal

The deal is intended to end six years of conflict which has killed some 400,000 people. READ MORE

Quaden Bayles: Bullied Australian boy leads out all-star rugby team

Crowds cheer as the nine-year-old indigenous Australian takes centre-stage in the Queensland match. READ MORE

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Afghans take to the streets to mark start of week-long partial truce

A week-long, partial truce came into effect across Afghanistan on Saturday, with jubilant civilians celebrating in the streets to mark a potentially historic turning point in the war, even as isolated attacks threatened to undermine the process.  READ MORE