"Many people are distressed due to the immediate health impacts of the virus and the consequences of physical isolation," the U.N. brief says.
Satellite imagery captured luxury boats used by North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un changing locations near his Wonsan compound, suggesting he may once again be staying there amid COVID-19 concerns.
China's "behavior in cyberspace is an extension of its counterproductive actions throughout the COVID-19 pandemic," Pompeo said.
The NHS was forced to cancel two million operations as doctors battled to free up hospital beds for COVID-19 patients.
The novel coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, with many reporting large increases on Wednesday.
French government officials have responded to a recent statement from biomedical company Sanofi saying it would offer the U.S. first priority should its vaccine candidate be approved for widespread distribution.
The heat burst was likely caused by a thunderstorm passing through the Mediterranean on Wednesday night.
The New Zealand government acted quickly to close the country's borders, non-essential businesses and schools. The restrictions contributed to keeping the coronavirus infection rate among the lowest in the world.
The U.S. and many other nations have become increasingly critical of China amid the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic.
Health Minister Nadine Dorries and Lucy Allan MP both quote tweeted a misleading video which purported to show Labour leader Keir Starmer explaining why he "did not prosecute grooming gangs".
Nitin Gadkari, India's minister of road transport and highways, provided no evidence to support the theory, which has been largely rejected by experts worldwide.
A woman from Birmingham aged in her 20s and a man from Wolverhampton aged in his 30s have been arrested on suspicion of murder in connection with the investigation.
Michael Ryan, the WHO's emergencies director, said it had recorded more than 35 "quite serious" incidents in 11 countries in April involving attacks on individuals and groups.
A thunderstorm advisory has been issued in parts of Luzon, the country's largest and most populous island.
China has condemned legislation proposed and lawsuits filed against Beijing seeking damages for the deaths and economic distress caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova denies the higher death rate statistics cited by the publications.
The idea has been called a "game-changer" by Prime Minister Boris Johnson as it allows the government to understand how many people had COVID-19 and potentially speed up the easing of lockdown restrictions.
What comes next for the economy when the government can't really afford to keep the furlough scheme running for much longer financially and can't afford to end it politically?
The pandemic is inflaming tensions between China and Taiwan and highlighting the United States' role in the decades-long conflict.
But the German chancellor warned that the virus remains a danger to all Germans.
In a poll for Newsweek, a majority of Britons said they do not think the Trump Administration will treat the U.K. "fairly and respectfully" in trade negotiations.
University of Cambridge researchers warned the actual number of asymptomatic cases among health care workers could be much higher in facilities with limited access to personal protective equipment.