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BBC News with Gareth Barlow

The governor of Texas has halted plans to reopen the economy because of a sharp rise in the numbers of the coronavirus cases. Greg Abbott said no new business would be allowed to restart.

The head of the center for diseases control in the United States says the number of Americans infected with coronavirus is likely to be ten times higher than the country’s 2.3 million confirmed cases. Dr. Robert Redfield says the CDC’s estimate was based on blood samples, collected from across the country.

The US Supreme Court has ruled in flavor of the Trump Administration over its controversial policy to speed up the deportation of illegal migrants. Recently arrived migrants including asylum seekers now do not have a right to a federal court hearing before they are deported.

Malawi’s opposition is claiming victory in the rerun of last year’s presidential election, which was held again after allegation of widespread rigging. If the winning confirmed, it would be the first time in Sub-Saharan Africa that a flawed election result would have been overturned democratically.

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has been severely criticized by the opposition for saying that the former Al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden had been martyred. He made the comment while describing the country’s trouble relations with the US. The term “martyr” denotes approval.

More than a hundred people have been killed in northern India by lightning strikes in recent days. Eighty-three people were killed in the state of Bihar while at least 20 others are reported dead in Uttr Pradesh.

Ten aid workers have been kidnapped in southwestern Niger. Their organization said they were distributing food in a village.

And Liverpool football club has clinched their first league title in 30 years. The only team that could have caught them, Manchester City, failed to win at Chelsea tonight. They lost the game 2:1.

World news from the BBC.
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