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After days of mounting pressure, the top soccer clubs in Britain said they would ask their players to take a 30% pay cut as the sport grapples with the damaging fallout from the coronavirus crisis.
Fears that those affected by domestic violence may be unable to seek help because they are locked in with their abusers during the coronavirus pandemic have prompted governments in several European countries to come up with new ways to help them.
An American who spent more than 2 months locked down in Wuhan, where the coronavirus epidemic first emerged, is urging people back home to prepare for a lengthy interruption to their lives.
The U.S. government's main international relief agency issued an "urgent request" to aid groups around the world asking them to find personal protective gear and supplies that could be made available to the U.S., according to an email obtained by @NBCNews .
Thousands of people marched in Argentina to call for former President Cristina Fernandez to be stripped of her congressional immunity as a corruption investigation is launched.
BREAKING: President Trump and Kim Jong Un meet again in Hanoi.