Serbia's death toll increases, 39 coronavirus casualties; Kon warns of new wave VIDEO

"What happened today - as much as we expected - still surprised us," the Prime Minister said.
"As of yesterday, at 3 pm, we had eight dead, which is the highest number of deaths, the largest so far," Brnabic said at Batajnica Airport, upon receiving Russian assistance in Serbia.

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Hungary 'No Longer a Democracy' After Coronavirus Law's exclusive news: Vucic today with Macron and Putin, prior to Crisis Staff

The main topics will be the fight against coronavirus, continued cooperation with the European Union and confirmation of the closest friendly relations with Russia.
Vucic will speak with Emmanuel Macron and Vladimir Putin before the Crisis Staff sessions scheduled for 6 pm today.

Syria war records lowest monthly death toll in 9 years

The war in Syria killed 103 civilians in March, marking the lowest monthly non-combatant death toll since the start of the conflict in 2011, a war monitor said on April 1.    

Of the total deaths, some 51 people were killed in shelling and air strikes by the Syrian regime, the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.     

Russia has Sent a Humanitarian Aid Plane to the United States

Russia has announced today that it has sent a humanitarian aid plane to the United States, where the coronavirus pandemic has already claimed more than 4,000 casualties, according to the France Press.

An AN-124 of the Russian Air Force, loaded with protective masks and medical equipment, has flown to the United States, the Defense Ministry said in Moscow.

Russian plane sent to US with supplies for virus fight

A Russian military plane carrying medical equipment has departed for the United States, the defense ministry in Moscow said on April 1, as the Kremlin flexes its soft power amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The Antonov-124, "with medical masks and medical equipment onboard", left for the U.S. overnight, a statement said, without providing further details.