A surge in coronavirus cases linked to a travelling salesman in the country’s northeast.
The Thai government recorded 369 new COVID-19 cases.
Medics battled exhaustion and the risk of COVID-19 as they raced yesterday to treat scores of people injured by a devastating earthquake on Indonesia’s Sulawesi island.
The global COVID-19 vaccination drive gained pace Sunday as Brazil gave its first injections and India pushed on with its massive campaign, while European authorities sought to allay concerns about delays in supplies.
US law enforcement agencies are screening National Guard members to make sure they do not pose a security risk during President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration, a four-star general said in comments broadcast yesterday.
More than 80 people have been killed in two days of ongoing clashes in Sudan’s restive Darfur, doctors said Sunday, just over two weeks since a long-running peacekeeping mission ended operations.
At least 9,000 Honduran migrants have entered Guatemala after a first group pushed past border police late Friday and others soon followed on the first step of a journey north they hope will take them to the United States, officials said Saturday.
Modi launches the pan India rollout of the COVID-19 vaccination drive.
Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative CDU party picked her ally Armin Laschet as its next leader on Saturday, in a vote for “continuity” as Europe’s biggest economy heads into a key election year with the deadly coronavirus pandemic still raging.
Iran has warned the United States to stop “illegal actions” taken against its diplomats on U.S. soil, the spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Affairs Ministry Saeed Khatibzadeh declared on Saturday.
All arrivals to the UK will have to quarantine and show negative virus tests from today, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Friday, as hospitalisations and deaths continued to soar but new cases fell.
The US House of Representatives voted to charge Trump with inciting last week’s mob attack on Congress.
Suga: Entry of all non-resident foreign nationals into the country will be suspended.
Downtown Washington was fenced off and boarded up Wednesday, with concrete barriers blocking avenues, police at street corners, and armed National Guard soldiers patrolling Capitol Hill as Congress impeached President Donald Trump for a second time.
JMA has urged people to refrain from making non-essential outings.
Pence says he does not support invoking the 25th Amendment process to remove Trump.
Estonian Prime Minister Juri Ratas said yesterday he was stepping down after his Centre Party came under investigation for corruption linked to a property development company.
India’s top court suspended on Tuesday the implementation of new agriculture laws that have sparked weeks of demonstrations by tens of thousands of farmers outside New Delhi.
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Tuesday urged the EU to adopt a “standardised” vaccination certificate to boost travel this year, his office said.
Malaysia’s king declares a nationwide state of emergency to fight a covid surge.
Japan is working to isolate and analyse a new variant of the c-19 arrived from Brazil.
A young woman has been arrested in Bangkok’s Sai Mai area and a quantity of a new illegal drug cocktail known as “k-powdered milk” seized in the wake of the death of six people who used it.
Twenty-two gold miners have been trapped underground for nearly two days after an explosion in a mine under construction in eastern China.
Authorities have yet to say why the Sriwijaya Air Boeing 737-500 went into a steep dive.
Yesterday marks one year since China confirmed its first death from COVID-19.
Donald Trump faced fresh calls Sunday from some members of his own party to resign over the violent incursion into the US Capitol, as the threat builds for a historic second impeachment effort in his final 10 days in the White House.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has had his official party title changed, state media reported yesterday, assuming a position previously held by his late father in what analysts said was a move to bolster his authority.
Almost 300 Myanmar migrants left the field hospital in Samut Sakhon, Thailand, yesterday, becoming the first large group of migrants to have recovered from COVID-19.
India aims to begin vaccinating its 1.3 billion people against coronavirus from Saturday, a colossal and complex task compounded by safety worries, shaky infrastructure and public scepticism.
Divers pulled body parts, wreckage and clothing from waters off Jakarta.