The men broke curfew in area which is implementing some of strongest lockdown procedures in the world.
There have been nearly 200,000 infections reported worldwide and multiple governments have imposed national lockdowns to slow the spread.
The head of the Catholic Church said people should use difficult times to make kind gestures to their loved ones.
The president has engaged in a spat with Beijing over who is to blame for the pandemic, which has now spread to all 50 U.S. states.
Two more rockets were fired near Iraq's capital of Baghdad as the country braces for an escalation in the battle among U.S. troops and Shiite Muslim militias, with the threat of ISIS still looming.
An Italian man is facing up to 12 years in prison after he hid his coronavirus symptoms in order to get a rhinoplasty, infecting multiple doctors and nurses.
"The government of Iraq expresses its condemnation, in the strongest possible terms, of those heinous American attacks and aggressions that violate the sovereignty of Iraq that violate international law," the letter said.
Several countries have introduced tighter border restrictions and travel bans in a bid to help curb the spread of the virus, including in South Korea, China and Europe.
Trump tweeted Monday that the U.S. economy would weather the "Chinese virus," prompting anger in Beijing.
"As a bookseller, we provide customers with access to a variety of viewpoints, including titles that serve an important educational role in understanding and preventing anti-Semitism," Amazon told Newsweek Monday.
A visual reconstruction by Amnesty International and SITU Research found projectiles killed at least two dozen Iraqis since October 2019.
"I know this news will spark concern among Canadians traveling abroad," Trudeau said. "I want to assure you that our government will not leave you unsupported."
The U.S. is becoming increasingly unhappy, according to the latest edition of the annual World Happiness Report.
Western European cities dominate Mercer's annual Quality of Living survey. The top U.S. city comes in at 34th.
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The U.S.-led coalition told Newsweek it "is re-positioning troops from a few smaller bases" in Iraq, where violence involving U.S. troops, militiamen and militants has recently escalated.
Putin has officially asked the Russian Constitutional Court to approve changes that would allow him to circumvent existing term limits.
The U.S. death toll reaches 69 and Europe sees its highest increase in deaths in a day, while South Korea sees a decline in new cases.
While other countries are stocking up on groceries and toilet paper in response to the coronavirus pandemic, Netherlands residents are lining up outside weed coffee shops ahead of a lockdown.
Ayatollah Hashem Bathaei-Golpaygani was a member of the Assembly of Experts, which selects the country's supreme leader.
A White House source told Newsweek that the administration was not aware of the report or the underlying information.
The United Kingdom and Ireland have been added to the United States' travel ban countries amid the coronavirus spread, the White House confirmed Saturday.
It was reported by the South China Morning Post that a 55-year-old from Hubei, China may have had the first confirmed case of the virus.
Americans abroad scrambled to get back to the U.S. before the ban, hoping to avoid any hassle in case the exemption for U.S. citizens changes or the situation gets worse in the coming days.
"You did not take out leaders, you did not take out depots, you took out average joes," an Iraqi official told Newsweek in the wake of deadly U.S. strikes met with outrage.