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Here are the top stories for Friday, April 10th: Trump expresses hope, anguish over coronavirus, Cuomo highlights mixed picture in NY; WHO warns about lifing virus restrictions too quickly; Good Friday celebrated at Notre Dame.
 
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Andrew Cuomo Andrew Cuomo 56th Governor of New York

Cuomo goes after Trump on virus

NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo slammed President Donald Trump for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic and for not wearing a mask in public. (July 1)
 

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Cuomo to Trump: 'Admit you were wrong' [Video]

Cuomo to Trump: 'Admit you were wrong'

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday said President Donald Trump was "in denial" about COVID-19, telling Trump to "admit you were wrong."

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MTV Video Music Awards to be held with 'limited or no audience' [Video]

MTV Video Music Awards to be held with 'limited or no audience'

The upcoming 2020 MTV Video Music Awards will be held with "limited or no audience", according to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.

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Cuomo calls on Trump to issue order on masks

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is calling on President Donald Trump to issue an executive order making wearing masks mandatory nationwide. Cuomo made the comments..
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Coronavirus updates: Cases surpass 10 million worldwide; viral video shows confrontation over maskless shopper

Cases surpass 10 million globally. Masks continue to spark debate. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo pulls sick leave for some workers. Sunday's news.
 

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Donald Trump Donald Trump 45th president of the United States

Trump pressures governors to open schools

President Donald Trump on Tuesday said he will pressure governors to reopen schools and colleges this fall, arguing that some want to keep schools closed for..
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Students criticize Trump student immigrant policy

American and foreign students are blasting new federal guidelines that say international students will be forced to leave the U.S. or transfer to another college..
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Trump vows to 'pressure' governors to reopen schools: 'It's time to do it'

Donald Trump's push to reopen schools comes amid a nationwide debate over whether it's safe for children to return to the classroom amid coronavirus.
 

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We will 'put pressure on governors' to open schools -Trump

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he would pressure state governors to open schools in the fall, despite a steady increase in coronavirus cases across the country.

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'It's time to do it': Trump vows to put 'a lot of pressure' on governors to reopen schools this fall

Donald Trump's push to reopen schools comes amid a nationwide debate over whether it's safe for children to return to the classroom amid coronavirus.

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World Health Organization World Health Organization Specialized agency of the United Nations

W.H.O. to Review Evidence of Airborne Transmission of Coronavirus

The World Health Organization plans to update its advice after hundreds of experts urged the agency to reconsider the risk of aerosol transmission.
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Trump has officially withdrawn the US from the World Health Organization as pandemic spikes

The White House notified Congress of the WHO withdrawal even as COVID-19 cases spike in the US and across the globe.

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World Health Organisation calls on governments to unite amid coronavirus pandemic [Video]

World Health Organisation calls on governments to unite amid coronavirus pandemic

World Health Organisation director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus calls on governments to unite admid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Scientists Demand The WHO Answer A Question There's No Real Answer To Yet [Video]

Scientists Demand The WHO Answer A Question There's No Real Answer To Yet

Hundreds of scientists across the world have a burning question for the World Health Organization. According to Gizmodo, they just petitioned the WHO via an open letter with one demand. The demand is that the WHO acknowledge publicly that the novel coronavirus behind COVID-19 can be airborne. That means it can spread through the air (and linger there) via tiny aerosols emitted by the breath of infected people, not just large droplets. The letter puts the WHO in a tight spot.

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Here's the latest for Tuesday, July 7th: Brazil's Bolsonaro tests positive for COVID-19; Dutch police arrest six for makeshift prison and "torture chamber" plot;..
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NYC subway rolls out mask vending machines

New York City has rolled out a dozen mask vending machines at 10 subway stations around the city as part of a pilot program. The new machines sell reusable face..
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Deutsche Bank to pay $150 million for dealings with Jeffrey Epstein, foreign banks

New York banking regulators reached a deal with Deutsche Bank to settle claims that it failed to respond to red flags with Jeffrey Epstein's accounts.

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Deutsche Bank to pay $150 mln penalty over Epstein [Video]

Deutsche Bank to pay $150 mln penalty over Epstein

New York authorities have fined Deutsche Bank $150 mln over failures including the services it provided to Jeffrey Epstein - the former financier who committed suicide while awaiting trial on charges of trafficking minors. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

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Nurses Who Battled Virus in New York Confront Friends Back Home Who Say It’s a Hoax

After aiding coronavirus patients in New York City, nurses face relatives and friends who refuse to wear masks or don’t believe the virus is real.
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