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Past articles by Rosie:

A South Korean doomsday church linked to thousands of coronavirus cases is being sued for $82 million in damages

The South Korean city of Daegu is suing a doomsday church for 100 billion won ($US82 million) in damages. At present, over 5,000 of South Korea’s recorded coronavirus cases have been linked to the religious group. → Read More

Police officer dies after fatal shooting in New Zealand during a routine traffic stop

A police officer has died after a fatal shooting took place during a routine traffic stop in Auckland on Friday morning local time. → Read More

Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan respond to criticism from more than 140 scientists and say they are 'deeply shaken and disgusted' by Trump's inflammatory statements on Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan responded to criticism over Facebook’s moderation policies, saying that they are “deeply shaken and disgusted by President Trump’s divisive and incendiary rhetoric” on the platform. → Read More

The Trump campaign is requiring people to sign a waiver acknowledging the risks of COVID-19 when they register to attend his Oklahoma rally

The Trump campaign is requiring people to sign a waiver and “assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19” before attending a Make America Great Again rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma. → Read More

A Black Lives Matter protester in Australia tested positive for coronavirus as officials warn that large demonstrations can amplify the virus spread

A Black Lives Matter protester tested positive for the coronavirus after attending a demonstration in Melbourne, Australia, over the weekend. → Read More

As Australian and US states lift lockdowns, one expert says 4 key differences helped Australia manage its outbreak while the US is fumbling its response

After months of lockdown, countries around the world are beginning to ease the lockdown restrictions put in place to curb the coronavirus spread. → Read More

China is building a $1.7 billion soccer stadium that is shaped like a lotus and will seat 100,000 people

China has begun building a massive soccer stadium in Guangzhou province. The $1.7 billion lotus-shaped stadium is being built for China's champion soccer team, → Read More

Trump says he will sign an executive order to temporarily suspend immigration into the US

President Donald Trump tweeted on Monday night that he would be signing an executive order to temporarily suspend immigration into the US. → Read More

Australia and New Zealand have been able to keep their number of coronavirus cases low thanks to early lockdown efforts. Experts say it's 'probably too late' for other countries to learn from them.

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread around the world, some countries’ efforts to slow the spread of infection that have been more successful than others. → Read More

Trump is reportedly putting his name on all the stimulus checks being mailed out, which may delay the process by several days

President Donald Trump’s name will reportedly be printed on the tens of millions of stimulus checks being mailed out to Americans in the coming days, an unprecedented move that is being perceived by some as politically motivated. → Read More

The number of coronavirus cases globally just topped 2 million

The number of coronavirus cases globally spiked to two million on Monday evening. → Read More

The number of coronavirus cases globally just topped 2 million

The number of coronavirus cases globally spiked to two million on Monday evening. The number of coronavirus deaths stands at 119,483. Visit Business Insider's → Read More

Australia's High Court has overturned George Pell's sexual abuse convictions, allowing him to leave jail before Easter

Australia’s High Court has overturned Cardinal George Pell’s conviction for sexual abuse, allowing him to walk free in time for Easter. → Read More

Trump extends social-distancing guidelines until April 30, says the coronavirus peak is likely to hit in 2 weeks

President Donald Trump has extended federal social-distancing guidelines to April 30 and said the coronavirus outbreak in the US was likely to peak in two weeks. → Read More

The New York Times' stark front page shows the staggering number of unemployed Americans as the US' COVID-19 case count surpasses China's

The front page of The New York Times edition for March 27 illustrates the staggering rate of unemployment in the US due to taken to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus. → Read More

Boeing reportedly plans to restart production of 737 Max planes by May despite coronavirus uncertainty

Boeing is planning on restarting the production of its grounded 737 Max aircraft by May, according to Reuters. Several industry sources told Reuters that the → Read More

Trump says he wants to lift coronavirus lockdown by Easter because it's a 'beautiful time.' Dr. Fauci says the deadline needs to be 'flexible.'

President Donald Trump is pushing to lift coronavirus-related restrictions around the country by Easter, reasoning that the holiday “is a beautiful day.” → Read More

Here are all the major grocery-store chains around the world running special hours for the elderly and vulnerable to prevent the coronavirus spread

Major retailers around the world are changing their opening hours in order to allow elderly people who are most at risk to shop more comfortably. The → Read More

Australia issues its highest travel advisory ever, warning citizens not to travel overseas as coronavirus spreads

Australia issued its highest travel warning on Wednesday, advising citizens not to travel overseas to any country. → Read More

Oil plummets 31% in biggest drop since Gulf War as Saudi cuts spark all-out price war

REUTERS/Andrew KellyOil markets tumbled the most in decades overnight on Sunday in a dramatic. The sell-off was fueled by sinking demand due to coronavirus → Read More