N Korea threatens Seoul to stop flying anti-Pyongyang leaflets over the border.
Thousands still march in cities across the country for a ninth straight night.
Taking hydroxychloroquine shortly after being exposed to COVID-19 does not help prevent infection in a statistically meaningful way, scientists reported Wednesday following a clinical trial.
At least three people were reported dead as coronavirus-hit Mumbai appeared to escape the worst of Cyclone Nisarga Wednesday, the first severe storm to threaten India’s financial capital in more than 70 years.
Number of COVID-19 cases surpassed the 200,000 mark, reaching 207,615, even as the death toll reached 5,815 in India.
Protesters defy curfews across the United States as leaders scrambled to stem anger.
A well-known imam and a worshipper were killed in a prayer-time bombing at a popular mosque in Kabul’s fortified Green Zone on Tuesday, officials said.
At least 100,000 people, including some coronavirus patients, were being moved to safer locations according to officials Tuesday, as India’s west coast braced for a cyclone, the first such storm to threaten Mumbai in more than 70 years.
Philippines suspends the termination of the Visiting Forces Agreement with US.
Indonesia is pulling out of the annual Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca over coronavirus fears, the religious affairs ministry said Tuesday, removing the largest contingent of worshippers.
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on Tuesday advised the country to be fully prepared to implement remote-learning measures if the COVID-19 situation does not improve.
Trump vows to order a military crackdown on once-in-a-generation violent protests.
Khan announces his gov’t would end several months of coronavirus restrictions.
Increased antibiotics use in combating the COVID-19 pandemic will strengthen bacterial resistance and ultimately lead to more deaths during the crisis and beyond, the World Health Organization said Monday.
Most Lao students return to schools as the Lao government further eased its precautionary COVID-19 restrictions.
Pupils wearing face masks returned to school in Singapore on Tuesday and some workplaces re-opened as coronavirus restrictions were eased in the hard-hit city-state.
All entry and exit points by land and water reopen on the island province on Monday.
Police fire tear gas outside White House as anti-racism protestors took to the streets.
Metro Manila transitioned to general community quarantine (GCQ) on Monday, allowing the reopening of more businesses and phasing in public transport in anticipation of a surge of people going back to work after a two-month lockdown.
NASA astronauts entered the International Space Station on Sunday after a landmark 19-hour journey on the first crewed US spacecraft in nearly a decade, a triumph for SpaceX and private enterprise.
Bangladesh lifted its coronavirus lockdown Sunday, with millions heading back to work in densely populated cities and towns even as the country logged a record spike in deaths and new infections.
Two officials at Pakistan’s High Commission in New Delhi were being expelled for “espionage activities”, India’s foreign ministry said late Sunday, allegations its nuclear-armed rival called “baseless”.
The Communicable Diseases Control Act is likely to be used to battle the second wave.
Curfews are imposed on major US cities as clashes over police brutality escalate.
The number of coronavirus cases worldwide topped six million Sunday, with Brazil registering another record surge in daily infections as divisions deepened on how to deal with the pandemic.
India said Saturday it would begin a major relaxation of the world’s biggest coronavirus lockdown from early June, even as the country saw another record rise in confirmed infections.
The total number of COVID-19 cases in India surpassed the 180,000-mark, reaching 182,143, on Sunday.
The Philippine Department of Health (DoH) on Saturday reported that 590 more individuals contracted coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) in the country, bringing the nationwide count to 17,224.
Thailand on Thursday reported 11 new cases all quarantined returnees from overseas.
For years, Twitter has been accused of ignoring Trump’s violation of platform rules.