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Official: All 500 Pakistani students in China are safe

Official: All 500 Pakistani students in China are safe

In another tweet that followed, he said: “(Pakistani) Students in China have been informed about protective measures; they should follow the instructions and be patient.

In Auschwitz, leaders warn of rising prejudice

In Auschwitz, leaders warn of rising prejudice

The presidents of Israel and Poland called yesterday for greater efforts to combat anti-Semitism as the world marked 75 years since the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp amid concerns over a resurgence of anti-Jewish prejudice.

Italy’s Salvini fails to win key regional election

Italy’s Salvini fails to win key regional election

Italy’s right-wing League leader Matteo Salvini failed to overturn decades of leftist rule in the northern region of Emilia-Romagna in an election on Sunday that brought relief to the embattled government.

EU, Britain must ‘rebuild’ after Brexit, says Barnier

EU, Britain must ‘rebuild’ after Brexit, says Barnier

Britain has to “rebuild everything” in its relationship with the European Union once it leaves the bloc later this week, the Brussels’ chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said yesterday.

In the virus-hit ‘ghost town’, stranded Thai student waits for help

In the virus-hit ‘ghost town’, stranded Thai student waits for help

When Thai medical student Badeephak Kaosala dares to leave his rented apartment in the central Chinese city of Wuhan, he puts on a mask, gloves, a hat and layers of clothing to try to avoid infection with the coronavirus that has the city on lockdown.

Li  pledges medical reinforcements as virus toll hits 81

Li pledges medical reinforcements as virus toll hits 81

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang will “inspect and direct” efforts to control a virus outbreak in the central city of Wuhan and promised reinforcements, as provincial authorities faced accusations from the public of a failure to respond in time.

Displaced reluctant to head home despite lower alert level

Displaced reluctant to head home despite lower alert level

After two weeks of being barred from their homes due to worries about a volcanic eruption, residents of a northern Philippine community said yesterday that they are hesitant to head home, now that an evacuation order has been lifted.

Wife of first Canada coronavirus patient confirmed infected too

Wife of first Canada coronavirus patient confirmed infected too

The wife of Canada’s first novel coronavirus patient has tested positive for the virus at a public health laboratory, the province of Ontario’s health ministry said in a release yesterday. The patient has been in self-isolation and is being monitored, the ministry said.

Bolton book revelations pressure Republicans

Bolton book revelations pressure Republicans

President Donald Trump’s fellow Republicans in the US Senate yesterday came under fresh pressure to allow witnesses and new documents in his impeachment trial after a news report that a former top aide, John Bolton

US denies Taliban claim of downing jet

US denies Taliban claim of downing jet

The US military has confirmed that one of its aircraft crashed in eastern Afghanistan but said there was "no indication the crash was caused by enemy fire".

Fog likely to figure prominently in probe of Kobe Bryant's fatal helicopter crash

Fog likely to figure prominently in probe of Kobe Bryant's fatal helicopter crash

Weather conditions appear likely to come under the scrutiny of investigators probing the helicopter crash that killed former NBA superstar Kobe Bryant,

US woman repents for 'reckless' Germany beer mug theft - 55 years ago

US woman repents for 'reckless' Germany beer mug theft - 55 years ago

More than half a century after her crime, a 73-year-old US woman has returned a beer mug she stole from one of Germany's most famous breweries.

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