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['Trump says he\'s done taking hydroxychloroquine, unproven treatment for COVID-19 by alexandra mae jones ctvnews.ca writer contact toronto -- u.s. president donald trump is no longer taking the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine, he said in an interview sunday, after weeks of promoting it as a treatment for the novel coronavirus. in an interview with sinclair broadcast\'s program " full measure with sharyl attkisson ,” trump said he had completed a two-week course of the drug, which has not been proven to prevent or treat covid-19. “finished, just finished, yeah,” he said. “and by the way, i’m still here. to the best of my knowledge, here i am.” a week ago, trump revealed that he had been taking the drug himself to protect against the virus, despite his own officials cautioning that the drug should not be used outside of hospital or research settings, due to potentially fatal side effects. newsletter sign-up: get the covid-19 brief sent to your inbox his doctor did not prescribe it to him, he said. he requested it specifically. the fda-approved drug is used to treat malaria as well as lupus and arthritis. trump has frequently touted it as a potential treatment in his press briefings, citing anecdotal evidence and limited studies. watch: here\'s what trump said'
'Cummings criticism sees Church of England bishops receive death threats one email warned: ‘stay out of politics or we’ll kill you’. some of the church of england’s most senior bishops have reported receiving hate mail and death threats after speaking out on downing street adviser dominic cummings’ alleged breach of lockdown rules. bishop of worcester john inge tweeted that he received an email warning “stay out of politics or we’ll kill you” after he criticised boris johnson’s “risible defence” of mr cummings on sunday night. helen-ann hartley, the bishop of ripon, reported a similar threat, posting: “‘stay out of politics or it will be the death of you’ was one of the emails i received today. thank you to those who have sent supportive messages.” she had earlier written about missing her father’s birthday during the lockdown as he recovered from radiotherapy. rev hartley said she was “following up” the hate email with police. christine hardman, bishop of newcastle, wrote: “i too received such an email. i feel concern for the person who sent it and will hold him or her in prayer.” the previous night she had posted that she was “deeply troubled” by the prime minister’s defence of his adviser. “we can forgive mistakes and poor judgement and'
'Villas-Boas to stay on as Marseille coach by rasheed sobowale kindly share this story: andre villas-boas andre villas-boas will return as marseille coach for next season, the club announced on monday, despite widespread reports the portuguese was set to leave after just one year in charge. “after several discussions in recent days with frank mccourt and jacques-henri eyraud, andre villas-boas has confirmed that he wants to continue working with om next season,” the club told afp. last week, marseille offered villas-boas — whose existing deal runs until the end of next season — a two-year contract extension as doubts persisted over his future at the club following the departure of right-hand man and sporting director andoni zubizarreta. villas-boas, 42, as a coach led former european champions marseille to second place behind paris saint-germain in the ligue 1 season which was ended early because of the coronavirus pandemic. marseille, who are owned by american tycoon frank mccourt, are therefore set to feature in the champions league next season for the first time since 2013/14. however, the former porto, chelsea and tottenham hotspur coach has expressed concern about the club’s ability to invest in new signings for next season. also read: former marseille president pape diouf dies of coronavirus'
"Germany stamps authority on Lufthansa with $9.8 billion lifeline by arno schuetze and christian kraemer 1 / 4 file photo: lufthansa aircraft parked on tarmac in germany by arno schuetze and christian kraemer frankfurt/berlin (reuters) - germany threw lufthansa <lhag.de> a 9 billion euro ($9.8 billion) lifeline on monday, agreeing a bailout which gives berlin a veto in the event of a hostile bid for the airline. the largest german corporate rescue since the coronavirus crisis struck will see the government get a 20% stake, which could rise to 25% plus one share in the event of a takeover attempt, as it seeks to protect thousands of jobs. lufthansa has been locked in talks with berlin for weeks over aid it needs to survive an expected protracted travel slump, with the airline wrangling over how much control to yield in return for financial support. germany's central government has spent decades offloading stakes in companies, but remains a large shareholder in former state monopolies such as deutsche post and deutsche telekom. berlin also still has a 15% holding in commerzbank <cbkg.de>, which it took on during the global financial crisis. other airlines including franco-dutch air france-klm <airf.pa> and u.s. carriers american airlines <aal.o>, united airlines <ual.o> and delta air lines"
'Kerala man bought snakes to kill wife, police reveal after woman dies of cobra bite by fp trending a woman died in kerala after she was bitten by a cobra. the incident took place in kollam district and the police arrested the husband on sunday for allegedly hatching the conspiracy to murder her. representational image. ani sooraj (27), a native of adoor, planned to kill his wife uthra (25) to pocket her gold and marry another person, reported the indian express . the husband tried to portray the whole incident as an accidental death. the woman was first bitten by a viper on 2 march at her husband’s home and then again by a cobra within a week. she was recuperating from the first snake bite when the second incident took place. according to , uthra’s parents grew suspicious after she died of snakebite on 7 may at their residence as on both the occasions sooraj was present. he had also withdrawn uthra’s gold from the bank locker on 2 march. when she was bitten by a cobra for the second time, she was in a closed room with tiled floor. in their complaint to the police, her parents said that it was impossible for the snake to enter the room. they alleged that sooraj'
'US bans Brazil travel over virus surge as Europe keeps easing by afp the united states suspended travel from brazil over an explosion of coronavirus infections in the south american nation, but across the atlantic, many parts of europe were set to further ease lockdowns on monday after slowing their covid-19 outbreaks. the pandemic’s rampage across latin america has pushed the worldwide caseload to nearly 5.4 million, with deaths approaching 350,000, but with the global economy battered, governments are scrambling to provide relief however they can to businesses and citizens wearying of mass confinement. brazil — the world’s sixth-largest country — has been declared the latest hotspot with more than 360,000 reported cases, second only to the united states, even as its leader, the far-right president jair bolsonaro, plays down the threat from the virus. in a sign of global concern about the outbreak in brazil, where more than 22,000 have died of covid-19, the white house said sunday it would bar entry into the us of non-americans who have been in the south american nation in the 14 days before. despite the crisis engulfing brazil, bolsonaro — an ally of us president donald trump — has repeatedly argued that lockdown measures are unnecessary and harmful to the economy. he flouted']