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BBC News with Danielle Jalowiecka

The coronavirus crisis has dominated the latest day of campaigning in the US presidential election, with the number of infections there continuing to rise. Several media outlets say more than 80,000 new cases were reported on Friday, the highest daily figure so far. President Trump promised supporters that rally in Florida that the pandemic would end soon. His rival Joe Biden accused Mr. Trump of having given up fighting the virus.

The president of Poland Andrzej Duda has tested positive for Covid-19. A senior official said president Duda was fine and consulting the medical authorities. News of his infection comes as Poland wrestles with the record spike in cases.

Argentina’s state news agency says the former Bolivia president Evo Morales is visiting Venezuela, where there’s speculation he may meet his ally president Maduro. Mr. Morales has been in ? since December, after leaving Bolivia during unrest over last year’s disputed election.

At least 9 people have been killed in central Afghanistan in a roadside bombing. Officials said the victim’s van was caught up in an explosion near Ghazni city. Local officials blamed the Taliban for the attack.

A Pakistani television channel Geo News says one of its reporters has gone missing in Karachi. Ali Imran Syed did not return home on Friday. Amnesty International says it feared he had been subjected to an enforced disappearance.

In Nigeria, a curfew introduced after nationwide protests against police brutality is due to be lifted in Lagos state. The 24-hour curfew is been relaxed from 8 in the morning to 6 in the evening local time.

A NASA’s space probe which successfully collected rock fragment from an asteroid earlier this week is at risk of losing the consignment. The mission team says rock fragment has wrecked open the collected particles and drifting off into space. The mission aims to bring materials from the asteroid back to earth in 2023.

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