Coronavirus in Mexico Photograph:( Reuters )
Here are top stories that made rounds in the world arena today.
US labour Department said today that the coronavirus pandemic led to wiping out of 20.5 million jobs last month.
China on Friday said it was ready for "open, transparent and inclusive" panel under the World Health Organization to review the global response to the pandemic.
Total positive cases in Russia rise by more than 10,699 in the past 24 hours. After this new tally, Russia's total toll of coronavirus cases stands at 187,859 now.
A new group of 25 coronavirus cases have been reported on Friday in Seoul's popular multicultural neighbourhood of Itaewon.
Mexico's health ministry has reported 257 fatalities and 1,982 new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours.
A Spanish cat from Catalonia tested positive for coronavirus. It was the sixth feline to be detected with the disease globally.
As many as 75,000 Americans could die from coronavirus despair -- of drug or alcohol misuse and suicide, a new study has claimed.
A Dutch restaurant in Amsterdam has introduced 'quarantine greenhouses', so diners can eat while following social distancing guidelines.
Kayleigh McEnany, who recently took over the mantle of the White House press secretary, was once a harsh critic of then-candidate Donald Trump.
India's Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri, in an exclusive conversation with Wion, said the ministry has so far drawn up the programme for only a week, and the further details shall soon be shared,