08 March 2020

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Italy set to lock down Lombardy after coronavirus jump (46)
Giulia Segreti, Gavin Jones ROME (Reuters) - Italy is set to lock down its wealthiest and most populous region, which includes the financial capital Milan, as part of tough new measures expected to be approved on Saturday to try to contain the coronavirus outbreak. People wearing protective masks walk through Florence as Italy battles a coronavirus outbreak, in Florence, Italy, March 7, 2020.
Bahrain Grand Prix to run without fans (24)
AP Mar 8, 2020 DUBAI - Bahrain's Formula One race this month will be run without spectators over fears about the new coronavirus, the island kingdom announced Sunday. The decision by Bahrain is just the latest disruption felt by the Mideast over the virus and the COVID-19 illness it causes. Bahrain's Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad's announcement was carried by the state-run Bahrain News Agency.
Meghan Markle to face Queen for first time since split - Harry drives Duchess to showdown (21)
MEGHAN MARKLE met the Queen this morning as they attended service together, for the first time since the Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry announced their intention to step down as senior royals. By Alice Scarsi Meghan was driven by Prince Harry to The Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor, where the Sussexes joined the Queen for Sunday service.
IranAir stops all flights to Europe (21)
14:17 March 08, 2020 Reuters File photo Photograph: Marko Djurica IranAir has stopped all flights to European destinations, the official IRNA news agency reported on Sunday, citing a statement from the Civil Aviation Organization. "With attention to the restrictions that have been placed on (IranAir) flights by Europe for unclear reasons all IranAir flights to European destinations have been suspended until further notice," IRNA reported, citing the statement.
Boris Johnson FURY: PM heckled as he visits flood-hit town 'Do your f* * * * * * job!' (12)
BORIS JOHNSON was met with a furious reaction when he finally visited the flood-hit town of Bewdley in Worcestershire, with cries of "do your f* * * * * * job" and "traitor" from enraged locals. By Paul Withers Boris Johnson arrived on the banks of the River Severn in Bewdley, which has been ravaged by intense flooding over recent weeks, with high waters breaking through defences and leaving homes and businesses underwater.
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