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Bernie Sanders has dropped out of the contest for the Democratic nomination, leaving Joe Biden the presumptive nominee.

GLOBAL EFFORT

Abe asked to lead world response

After weeks of criticism about his handling of COVID-19, Shinzo Abe publicly enlisted co-ordinate the international response.

Venezuela Faces Coronavirus Amid Economic, Social and Health Crisis

Latin rich kids party on

In Latin America, the world’s most unequal society, jetsetting elites are being blamed for importing the coronavirus.

Coronavirus Pandemic Causes Climate Of Anxiety And Changing Routines In America

NEW YORK

‘Monster’ slashes city of death

New York has had its deadliest day yet in the coronavirus pandemic with 731 deaths in a day.

A man walks past St. Peter' Square at the Vatican on April 8, 2020 during the country's lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection, caused by the novel coronavirus. (Photo by Filippo MONTEFORTE / AFP)

TURNING A CORNER

For all its blunders, Italy offers hope for other democracies

Hard-hit Italy has turned the corner on coronavirus despite its reputation for a rule-defying populace and dysfunctional bureaucracy.

A man wearing protective face mask walks past the Bank of England in the City of London on March 30, 2020, as life in Britain continues during the nationwide lockdown to combat the novel coronavirus pandemic. - Life in locked-down Britain may not return to normal for six months or longer as it battles the coronavirus outbreak, a top health official warned on Sunday, as the death toll reached passed 1,200. (Photo by Tolga AKMEN / AFP)

Coronavirus response

Bank of England to fund UK coronavirus cash needs

UK government plans to dip into the Bank of England as a temporary source of financing in coronavirus economic crisis.

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison reacts during House of Representatives Question Time at Parliament House in Canberra, Wednesday, April 8, 2020. (AAP Image/Lukas Coch) NO ARCHIVING

PACIFIC AID

PNG’s stinging critique of Australia’s aid management

PNG has blasted the federal government’s administration of $580m-per-year in development assistance as COVID-19 hits Pacific communities.

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CORONAVIRUS CRISIS

Live by your faith, stay home this Easter: PM

The PM has implored Australians to stay home this Easter to halt the coronavirus spread, saying it’s the Christian thing to do.

12 minutes ago

CORONAVIRUS UK

Boris Johnson’s condition ‘improving’

Boris Johnson is sitting up in his intensive care hospital bed and engaging positively with medical carers, UK chancellor Rishi Sunak has revealed.

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No country safe until we all are

The global community must ensure the protection of the most vulnerable people.

World Commentary

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No country safe until we all are

The global community must ensure the protection of the most vulnerable people.

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala Contributor

Commentary

Crisis looms just beyond our border

One of our close trading partners is in the early stages of emulating the terrible problems seen in the US and Europe.

Peter Van Onselen Contributing Editor

COMMENTARY

‘They mocked the niqab. Now they do same’

Jihadists are gloating over the health restrictions enacted across the world, with many cheering the virus on.

Steven Stalinsky

Agile nations outshine global giants

The world order is mutating as the virus spreads and the effects will be enduring.

Michael Fullilove Contributor

The play for a new order

Beijing and Moscow are taking advantage of the chaos arising from the COVID-19 pandemic to reposition themselves.

David Kilcullen Contributing Editor for Military Affairs

WORLD COMMENTARY

Crisis might prove useful for Labour leader

Keir Starmer may have a better chance of taking British Labour to power than anyone expected.

James Forsyth

More World News

April 8, 2020 April 8, 2020

Politics

Australia vows to beef up Pacific aid

Minister for Foreign Affairs Marise Payne appears before a Senate Estimates hearing at Parliament House in Canberra, Thursday, March 5, 2020. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

Australia will ramp up support for the Pacific’s coronavirus response after Pacific nations activated crisis provisions in a regional security pact.

April 8, 2020

World

Singapore faces shutdown reality

Singapore Imposes Partial Shutdown To Contain Spread Of The Coronavirus

Singapore’s skyline is still. The herds of cranes that have for decades symbolised the rude health of Southeast Asia’s prototype economy are quiet.

April 8, 2020

The Times

Whites blamed as African poor pay price

A man stretches, at the entrance of his home in Bo-Kaap, Cape Town, South Africa, Tuesday, April 7, 2020 as South Africa continued its 21 days lockdown in an effort to control the spread of the coronavirus. The virus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people, but for some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness or death. (AP Photo/Nardus Engelbrecht)

One of the world’s strictest lockdowns to fight coronavirus has exposed South Africa’s inequalities.

April 8, 2020

World

Relief as Wuhan tastes freedom

TOPSHOT - Passengers wear hazmat suit as they arrive at the Wuhan Wuchang Railway Station in Wuhan, to leave the city in China's central Hubei province early on April 8, 2020. - Thousands of Chinese travellers flocked to catch trains leaving coronavirus-ravaged Wuhan early April 8, as authorities lifted a more than two-month ban on outbound travel from the city where the global pandemic first emerged. (Photo by NOEL CELIS / AFP)

After more than two months indoors, millions of people enjoyed a renewed sense of freedom as the Chinese city reopened.

April 8, 2020

World

Raab fails to inspire confidence

Police officers stand on duty on the South Bank, outside St Thomas' Hospital in central London on April 7, 2020, where Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in intensive care with symptoms of the novel coronavirus COVID-19. - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spent the night in intensive care after being admitted with a deteriorating case of coronavirus, prompting serious concerns on Tuesday about his health and the government's response to a still-escalating outbreak. (Photo by Isabel Infantes / AFP)

Boris Johnson’s cabinet remains split about how to deal with the coronavirus pandemic as the PM languishes in intensive care.

April 8, 2020

World

WHO missed call on crisis: Trump

US President Donald Trump listens as Senior Adviser to the President Ivanka Trump speaks on small business relief in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington, DC on April 7, 2020. - Trump met virtually on Tuesday with executives of US banking giants to discuss boosting relief for small business, banking sources said. (Photo by MANDEL NGAN / AFP)

Donald Trump has threatened to freeze US funding to the World Health Organisation, saying the group had ‘missed the call’ on the coronavirus pandemic.

April 8, 2020

World

Virus taking its toll on Trump men

(FILES) In this file photo taken on December 3, 2019, Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly testifies before the Senate Armed Services Committee in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. - US media, quoting official sources, report on April 7, 2020, that Modly has submitted his resignation to US Defense Secretary Mark Esper. The resignation follows a leaked audio in which Modly called the ousted commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt, Captain Brett Crozier, "stupid" in an address to the ship's crew, for writing a letter warning of a coronavirus outbreak on the carrier. (Photo by CHIP SOMODEVILLA / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / AFP)

Donald Trump is moving aggressively to challenge the authority and independence of agency watchdogs overseeing his administration.

April 8, 2020

Nation

JobKeeper package passes Senate

Question Time COVID19

Fortnightly payments of $1500 will begin flowing to six million Australians after the JobKeeper legislation was passed by parliament late on Wednesday night.

April 8, 2020

Commentary

Crisis looms just beyond our border

A cycles past a mural depicting the COVID-19 coronavirus in Surabaya on April 6, 2020. (Photo by Juni Kriswanto / AFP)

One of our close trading partners is in the early stages of emulating the terrible problems seen in the US and Europe.

April 8, 2020

World

Glimpse of hope on city’s deadliest day

A patient is wheeled out of Elmhurst Hospital Center to a waiting ambulance, Tuesday, April 7, 2020, in the Queens borough of New York, during the current coronavirus outbreak. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said last week that as city hospitals fill up, some patients could be moved to other facilities in the state to ease the crunch on local medical centers. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

A plateau in new hospital cases means virus ‘might be close to peaking’ in New York.

April 8, 2020

World

Boris Johnson ‘will be back leading us soon’

(FILES) In this file photo taken on March 03, 2020 Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks during a press conference at 10 Downing Street in London on March 3, 2020 to unveil government planning to combat coronavirus. - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spent the night in intensive care after being admitted with a deteriorating case of coronavirus, prompting serious concerns on April 7, 2020 about his health and the government's response to a still-escalating outbreak. (Photo by Frank Augstein / POOL / AFP)

Boris Johnson continues to receive oxygen treatment in intensive care as caretaker leader admits the serious illness as been a shock to cabinet.

April 7, 2020 April 7, 2020

Nation

Mercy mission for stranded Aussies

This video grab from AFP TV shows a sick 75-year-old Australian passenger suffering from pneumonia from the Greg Mortimer cruise liner to an ambulance and whisk her off to Montevideo's British Hospital on April 3, 2020 after another passenger rescued from the stranded ship tested positive for COVID-19. - More than 80 passengers and crew aboard an Australian cruise ship off South America have tested positive for the coronavirus, the cruise company and officials in Uruguay announced Monday. (Photo by Diego REY / AFPTV / AFP)

More than 90 Australians from a coronavirus-infected ship stranded in Uruguay will be flown to Melbourne on a chartered Airbus fitted with medical equipment.

April 7, 2020

World

India unveils unique isolation wards

Indian railway employees work to convert a train coach into an isolation ward for the fight against the new coronavirus in Gauhati, India, Sunday, March 29, 2020. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi apologized to the public on Sunday for imposing a three-week national lockdown, calling it harsh but "needed to win" the battle against the coronavirus pandemic. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people, but for some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness or death. (AP Photo/Anupam Nath)

India has converted 2500 rail coaches to isolation wards to create an extra 20,000 isolation beds for COVID-19 patients.

April 7, 2020

The Times

Signs of life may soon return

A policewoman wears a mask to protect herself against the spread of the new coronavirus, left, checks the special permission of a residence at the garden of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, Monday, April 6, 2020. For most people, the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness, including pneumonia. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)

Europe is showing the first signs of a tentative recovery as falling infection rates boosted share prices around the world.

April 7, 2020

The Times

Verona virus sparks love from afar

Verona couple Michele D’Alpaos, 38,and Paola Agnelli, 39, who fell in love across their neighbouring balconies in Italy. Supplied

Two modern star-crossed lovers have proved romance is still thriving in Verona, despite weeks of lockdown.

April 7, 2020

The Times

Gates ready to ‘waste’ billions on vaccine

(FILES) In this file photo taken on October 26, 2016 US philanthropist Bill Gates, of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation speaks at the Grand Challenges Annual Meeting 2016 in central London. Bill Gates says he has paid more than $10 billion in taxes over a lifetime but billionaires like him should pay "significantly" more because they benefit more from the system. The Microsoft co-founder, the world's second richest man after Amazon's Jeff Bezos, was critical of a recent US tax overhaul that slashed corporate taxes and lowered the top bracket for individual income."I've paid more taxes, over $10 billion, than anyone else, but the government should require the people in my position to pay significantly higher taxes," he said in an interview February 19, 2018 with CNN. / AFP PHOTO / JUSTIN TALLIS

Bill Gates says he is willing to ‘waste’ billions of dollars to build factories to manufacture and test seven possible coronavirus vaccines.

April 7, 2020

World

Emotions run high over mass graves

Tom Cheeseman

The bodies of coronavirus victims in New York will be buried in trenches in a city park if hospitals and mortuaries cannot cope.

April 7, 2020

World

PM’s plight a corona case study

A still image from footage released by 10 Downing Street, the office of the British prime minister, on April 3, 2020 shows Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson in 10 Downing Street central London giving an update on his condition after he announced that he had tested positive for the new coronavirus on March 27, 2020. - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was in "good spirits" on April 6 and remained in charge of the government despite his admission to hospital for tests after suffering "persistent symptoms" of coronavirus 10 days after being diagnosed, officials said. (Photo by - / 10 Downing Street / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / 10 DOWNING STREET " - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS

Boris Johnson’s encounter with the coronavirus is a reminder just how swiftly the symptoms can move from mild to serious.

April 7, 2020

World

US braces for worse as death toll surges

Bodies are moved to a refrigeration truck serving as a temporary morgue at Wyckoff Hospital in the Borough of Brooklyn on April 6, 2020 in New York. - New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Monday extended a shutdown in the epicenter of America's deadly coronavirus pandemic until near the end of the month. Cuomo said the COVID-19 death rate in New York was "effectively flat" for the past two days but announced that schools and non-essential businesses must stay shut until April 29. (Photo by Bryan R. Smith / AFP)

The death toll from coronavirus in the US has smashed through the 10,000 mark, although there are tentative signs of a plateau in New York.

April 7, 2020

World

Taliban peace deal in danger

A man wearing a facemask as a precautionary measure against the COVID-19 novel coronavirus walk past a wall painted with images of US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad (L) and Taliban co-founder Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar (R), in Kabul April 5, 2020. (Photo by WAKIL KOHSAR / AFP)

The Taliban has broken off talks with the Afghan government, threatening peace talks with the US.

April 7, 2020

Nation

Virus modelling to help cabinet out of crisis

PM Presser

The PM says COVID-19 modelling will help national cabinet plan a way to relax social distancing, but not yet, as death toll hits 48

April 7, 2020

World

Hayfever paranoia a symptom of China’s virus crisis

A man wearing a face mask to help stop the spread of the coronavirus is surrounded by catkin fluff as he walks along a street in Beijing, Tuesday, April 7, 2020. China on Tuesday reported no new deaths from the coronavirus over the past 24 hours and just a few dozen new cases, all from people who returned from overseas. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein)

A cough, a headache and a worryingly runny nose. I now have three of the five most common physical symptoms of COVID-19. And is that a sore throat?

April 7, 2020

World

US toll smashes through 10,000

(FILES) In this file photo taken on March 31, 2020, volunteers from the International Christian relief organization Samaritans Purse set up an emergency field hospital for patients suffering from the coronavirus in Central Park across Fifth Avenue from Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York. - Convention centers, sports arenas, and parking lots across the US are being converted into field hospitals as authorities prepare for a surge in seriously ill coronavirus patients. (Photo by Bryan R. Smith / AFP)

The grim milestone comes amid tentative signs of a plateau in the death rate in New York.

April 7, 2020

World

Johnson in battle of his life

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, who is taking charge of the Government's response to the coronavirus crisis after Prime Minister Boris Johnson was admitted to intensive care Monday, arrives at 10 Downing Street, London. (Photo by Stefan Rousseau/PA Images via Getty Images)

Britain is a nation in shock with Prime Minister Boris Johnson seriously ill in an intensive care unit, requiring oxygen.

April 6, 2020 April 6, 2020

Nation

Light at the end of the tunnel: Wuhan lockdown lifted

TOPSHOT - A vendor hands food to a customer over a barricade separating a residential compound in Wuhan, China's central Hubei province on April 6, 2020. (Photo by NOEL CELIS / AFP)

On Tuesday, 76 days after it became the most infamous city in the world, Wuhan’s long coronavirus quarantine will finally end.

Foreign Editor

James Morrison began at The Daily Mirror as a copy boy in 1983. He worked there as reporter and moved to The Australian in 1985. He later moved to the world desk, then the night desk, working in the role of assistant and deputy night editor for 23 years before becoming foreign editor in 2018.

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