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Here are top stories that made rounds in the world arena today.
China has issued a lengthy rebuttal of what it said were 24 lies by some leading US politicians over its handling of the new coronavirus outbreak.
If a swap goes ahead, it would be one of very few instances of cooperation in an otherwise deeply frayed U.S.-Iran relationship.
They warned that the ongoing government review, led by Public Health England, into the factors behind the disproportionate impact of the deadly virus on BAME groups lacks transparency.
UK is ready to shift from 'stay home' to "stay alert". The social distancing message is being modified as the country is hoping to ease the lockdown restrictions.
The NDMA said companies should consider the first week of restarting operations as a test run and not attempt to achieve high production targets during the period.
Essential medicines will be sent to four countries -- Mauritius, Madagascar, Comoros and Seychelles.
The patient is currently in a critical condition, and his wife has also tested positive. No new deaths have been reported.
Obama said the election "is so important because what we're going to be battling is not just a particular individual or a political party."
The six-time World Champion driver said: "It gave me a really empty feeling because the fans really make that race."
The flamingo population is up to about 3,000 at Narta Lagoon. The 28-sq km (10-sq m) lagoon is 145 kilometres (90 miles) south of Tirana, the capital.