Pope Francis presided at an outdoor prayer service with about 130 people, including many directly affected by the pandemic.
China recorded no new confirmed COVID-19 cases on the mainland for May 22, the first time it had seen no daily rise in the number of cases since the pandemic began in the central city of Wuhan late last year.
Strict coronavirus lockdowns in Guatemala and El Salvador have so battered local economies that hundreds of families are flying white flags outside their homes or waving them in the street: not in surrender, but to seek food and assistance.
The Malta Chamber discusses the reopening of businesses
Due to the ongoing pandemic, the monthly vigil will not take place in Valletta on Saturday. Instead, the public and activists have found a way how to commemorate the memory of the journalist and at the same time continue demanding justice.
The coronavirus pandemic is complicating Philippine efforts to move hundreds of thousands of people into evacuation centres where social distancing is hard to enforce as a strong typhoon pummeled through its eastern provinces.
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