These are the top ten nations in Europe wth the highest COVID-19 deaths tolls, according to data released by Johns Hopkins University.
MPs can claim against laptops and equipment, staff salaries and bills while working from home during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Detectives want to find William Trotter, who is believed to have links to London and strong links to Glasgow.
Dozens of surfers were pictured taking to the sea at Fistral Beach in Newquay, seemingly in defiance of the UK's coronavirus lockdown rules.
Centenarian Cornelia Ras fell ill a day after her 107th birthday and attending a church service with fellow residents of her nursing home.
A former government health advisor says the NHS will be stretched to its limit this weekend, despite hospital admissions reportedly slowing down.
MP Jack Lopresti said allowing people to go to church at Easter would allow people to reconnect with their spiritual life.
Eileen and Eleanor Andrews, 66, are believed to have contracted COVID-19 at the home they shared together in South Wales.
Some officers have been 'baited' by members of the public, according to Northamptonshire Police.
The store had to be thoroughly disinfected and the food destroyed after the incident.
Seth Charles, 12, achieved the feat after the coronavirus lockdown meant he couldn't climb Scafell Pike.
A top WHO adviser has said testing is more important than lockdowns when it comes to tackling the coronavirus.
The World Health Organisation said fewer than 1,000 people have been tested but a number of its citizens are in quarantine.
Maurice Robinson, 25, of Craigavon in Northern Ireland, pleaded guilty to manslaughter at the Old Bailey.