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BBC News with Debbie Russ

Interpol has warned that cyber criminals are exploiting the fear and uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic to target governments, major corporations, and critical infrastructure. Its Secretary General describe the pace of the attack as alarming.

The President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko has accused Russia of lying about what he claims to be a plot to use mercenaries to destabilize the country. He was speaking as early voting began in the election, in which he’s seeking a sixth consecutive term.

Argentina’s government say it struck a deal with 3 major creditors to restructure 65 billion dollars of debt. It could clear the way for the country to emerge from its third default in 2 decades, and ease its economic crisis.

The Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has unveiled a new political map of the country that includes the disputed territories with neighboring India. The map shows Jammu and Kashmir state, currently administered by India, as part of Pakistan.

Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez has said that he does not know the current location of the former King Juan Carlos. He follows a letter from the former monarch to his son, explaining that he was been moving abroad for the time being.

Argentina’s government say it struck a deal with 3 major creditors to restructure 65 billion dollars of debt.

New guidance from health officials from the UK has warned that the popular painkillers such as paracetamol, ibuprofen, and opioids should not be prescribed to treat chronic pain conditions. The advice says such medicines could do more harm than good that lead to addiction.

The mobile messaging service Whatsapp has introduced a new feature, which allows users to use google to check the credibility of viral messaging on its platform. It’s the latest move in a bid to root out disinformation and fake news being spread across its network.

That’s the latest BBC news.
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