New South Wales Health says it has not been able to make contact with two Australians they believe could have been on a suspected coronavirus-affected cruise ship docked in Cambodia.
The situation on the containment of the COVID-19 epidemic in Hubei, the hard-hit Chinese province, has been gradually improving
Relieved passengers disembark a coronavirus-stricken cruise ship in Japan.
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Malacañang Palace has downplayed the warning of communist leader Jose Maria Sison that some pro-America officials in the military were planning to stage a coup d’etat against President Rodrigo Duterte.
Mohammad Ashraf Ghani secured a second term as president of Afghanistan on Tuesday, but his bitter rival Abdullah Abdullah immediately challenged final election figures and said he was forming his own government.
US media tycoon Michael Bloomberg has qualified for Wednesday’s Democratic presidential debate, after two new polls shows him leapfrogging rivals, including Joe Biden, to claim second spot in the race for the party nomination.
The world is failing to protect children from the health dangers posed by climate change and poor diet, a landmark UN report said Wednesday, warning that every child is under “immediate threat”.
Western doctors already in Cambodia to help local doctors in screening of passengers from MS Westerdam said that fear and irresponsible spreading of rumors is not helping matters in tackling the COVID-19 issue.
Doctors in Shanghai using infusions of blood plasma from recovered patients.
World Health Organization warns against a global over-reaction to coronavirus.
Imran Khan insists that his country is no longer a militant safe haven.
All passengers and crew on board a ship quarantined off Japan have now been tested for the new coronavirus, the government said Tuesday, as more countries moved to evacuate citizens from the boat.
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The US evacuated citizens from a coronavirus-infected cruise ship in Japan.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani rules out resigning and vows to see out his term.
Fugitive financier Low Taek Jho has not been listed on Interpol’s Red Notice website, Berita Harian reported yesterday, even as Putrajaya has confirmed to the public that a notice has been issued for the man called Jho Low.
Members of a far-right group arrested in Germany as part of a massive counter-terrorism investigation were planning large-scale attacks on mosques.
Two Thai passengers on board the luxury cruise ship Westerdam have no sign of the coronavirus
Malaysia’s National News Agency, Bernama has reported that six passengers of the cruise ship, MS Westerdam, tested negative for Covid-19 (novel coronavirus)
The number of new cases of the COVID-19 strain continued to decline.
Army chief plans to revamp the military’s controversial business operations following the mass shooting on March 8.
Singapore orders the Facebook page of an anti-government website Saturday to warn readers it regularly posts falsehoods, the first time authorities have taken such action under a tough law against misinformation.
On a quiet, deserted street in Wuhan, a cafe is filled with the mixed smells of coffee beans, disinfectant and medical alcohol.
Respected Japanese business journal, Nikkei Asian Review , in an opinion piece last week said that removing tariff-free access will more likely to backfire, pushing Cambodia away from Europe and toward China.
The jumps raised the death toll to 1,355 and the nationwide infections to nearly 60,000.
Turkey’s president accused Russia of committing “massacres” in its support Assad.
Villages in Vietnam with 10,000 people close to the nation’s capital were placed under quarantine on Thursday after six cases of the deadly new coronavirus were discovered there, a+uthorities said.
Dams near Sydney overflowed Thursday after days of torrential rain, as Australia braced for more storms expected to bring dangerous flash flooding to the country’s east.
US President Donald Trump dismissed concerns Wednesday about the Philippines cancelling a major military accord, saying the decision would save money for Americans.