Trump: “there’ll be more death” in the push to reopen the country’s economy, but “we have to get our country back”.
So what do we need to do to defeat the virus, the common enemy of humankind?
So-called halving is when cryptocurrency-mining companies and individuals find out the reduced payment that they will receive in return for their contribution to the system’s smooth operation.
Malaysia moves to flatten the curve by implementing the Movement Control Order.
Ministry of Education quickly found creative ways to promote learning outside the traditional school setting.
This year is the 45th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the European Union and China, established on May 6, 1975.
With COVID-19 driving the whole planet into extreme anxiety and terror, many people are puzzled by one thing
Our lack of a collective humanitarian response is a direct result of failing to deeply learn from and understand the lessons of our past.
Germany’s top court will rule on mass bond-buying by the European Central Bank, a tool the Frankfurt institution has deployed like never before to cushion the impact of the Coronavirus.
Ireland’s Coronavirus crisis is often described as an “all-island” emergency, a sign, some say, that the pandemic has bolstered the case for unification.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo recently has kept spreading lies or misleading the public.
US President Donald Trump relaunched his election campaign with a live television event inside the iconic Lincoln Memorial.
Shinzo Abe extended a state of emergency over the Coronavirus until the end of May, warning it was too soon to begin relaxing restrictions.
It is a once-in-a-lifetime situation that I hope will become a teaching moment as we realise the importance and value of household chores.
Cambodia’s diplomacy is based on maintaining friendships with other nations, near and far, superpowers or small nations.
Elephant parks unvisited, curios at markets unsold as tuk-tuks sit idle: Southeast Asia is facing billions of dollars in losses.
Worldwide, there were 111,000 commercial flights per day in the week ending Jan 7, but the figure plunged to 29,000 in the week ending April 30.
A number of recent scientific studies have debunked groundless accusations that the virus originated from China.
As the COVID-19 situation in the United States gets more serious, some US politicians are blaming China and demanding compensation from China.
As the Covid-19 pandemic hits the world, a rare economic crisis is forming around the globe, with the impact comparable to that of the Great Depression.
Global economic activity will suffer greatly, especially for the most vulnerable food import-dependent countries.
China has made a solid step from fighting the Coronavirus to recovering its economy. Each decision was not impulsively made, but carefully planned.
Silicon Valley has always preferred to portray itself not as a profit-making enterprise, but as a populist crusader for free speech.
The two overriding emotions that India is witnessing these days, thanks to the Coronavirus-induced crisis, are fear and happiness.
With the world in lockdown, sports stars have taken to social media with fervour, sharing experiences, anecdotes and expertise, among other things.
Isolating and quarreling are pointless and harmful in the face of a global crisis, only through cooperation can we defeat our invisible enemy.
The morning drills outside the barracks now take place not shoulder-to-shoulder, but spaced-out, with two-metre gaps.
Cambodia’s Ministry of Health has said that the country’s Covid-19 situation is still in the first wave phase and that the people must remain vigilant at all times
The COVID-19 pandemic shows that we’ve got our security priorities wrong. Virus outbreaks, after all, cannot be contained by military force. Time for a security rethink.
What will the economic and social landscape look like in a post- pandemic world?