Javad Zarif said that a "huge part" of Iran's struggles with coronavirus are a result of American sanctions.
The U.S. top negotiator in Afghanistan said that COVID-19 "makes prisoner releases urgent" as the Taliban's spokesperson urged "world's humanitarian and health organizations to pay special attention" to their plight.
"Officers are on the lookout for any traveler who looks sick," said Canada's Minister of Public Safety Bill Blair.
WHO recommends that new infectious diseases not be associated with geographic locations; people's names, a species/class of animal or food; cultural, population, industry or occupational references or terms that incite undue fear.
Buckingham Palace said the 93-year-old monarch would be leaving London a week earlier than planned and will stay at Windsor until beyond the Easter period.
The government hopes the move will help ease hospitals and medical staff who have been pushed to the limit by the pandemic in Europe's worst affected country.
On Wednesday, Brazil's National Security Advisor Augusto Helano confirmed that he had tested positive for the novel coronavirus, marking 15 Brazilian delegates to the U.S. with positive tests. Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, who visited with the Brazilian officials, also tested positive.
Health Minister Harsh Vardhan has now said quarantine facilities will be reviewed in order to improve amenities and facilities.
The married woman had recently returned to Argentina after a trip to Spain.
Several countries including Japan, China and Australia, have introduced stricter precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the virus.
The video was posted by AfecadoXfusara, a Twitter account for the tenants affected by the sale of real estate in Fundacion de Santamarca and San Ramón and San Antonio in Madrid, Spain.
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 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.
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