Al Jazeera Media Network
Updated: 4 weeks 18 hours ago
Spike in cases comes as the gov't eases restrictions in parts of the country in a bid to kick-start economic activity.
Global rights group calls on Egyptian authorities to stop censorship, harassment and intimidation of journalists.
More than 1,800 families have been left without shelter as heavy rainfall triggers flooding in parts of western Kenya.
News outlets and publishers call for release of all jailed reporters amid increasing threat during COVID-19 pandemic.
Prime minister tells The Sun doctors gave him 'litres and litres of oxygen' to keep him alive.
South Korea says its troops have exchanged gunfire along land border with North Korea and that there are no injuries.
State media report on North Korean leader at ribbon-cutting ceremony after weeks of speculation over his health.
Israel's top court will meet on Sunday to consider whether to block the coalition deal between Netanyahu and Gantz.
The United States has by far the world's largest number of confirmed coronavirus cases and deaths.
UN fears coronavirus could be spreading undetected among acutely malnourished population amid inadequate testing.
Governments all over the world are looking to smartphone technology to stay ahead of the coronavirus outbreak.
Shady Habash dies in Cairo's Tora Prison, say lawyers, after two years in detention for directing video mocking el-Sisi.
New York governor highlights roughly 900 new coronavirus cases hospitals in state are still reporting daily.
Opposition lawmaker says the riot followed a ban on inmates' family members bringing them food during visitation.
More than 28,130 people killed by COVID-19 in UK, now closely behind Italy as Europe's hardest-hit nation.
Health minister says emergency will be in place until July 24 and travellers to France will face two-week quarantine.
New Orleans has been one of the hot spots of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States, with more than 6,000 infections.
Prisoners are being released early over fears coronavirus will spread through correctional facilities, but victims say many of those let off has been involved in violent crimes.
New infections jumped by 9,623 to 124,054 cases in last 24 hours as authorities mull tighter restrictions on movement.
Israeli protesters oppose Benjamin Netanyahu remaining as prime minister while he is a criminal suspect.