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3980. Pakistan court commutes death sentence of key accused in Daniel Pearl killing: lawyer
A Pakistani court has commuted the death sentences of the main person accused in the 2002 kidnapping and murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, and acquitted three other co-accused in the matter, Khawaja Naveed, a defence attorney involved i
01:51 02.04.2020
3979. Indonesia may start new holiday to replace Eid exodus amid COVID-19 concerns
Indonesian President Joko Widodo said on Thursday the government is considering starting a new national holiday to prevent the annual mass exodus usually occurring at the end of the Muslim fasting month amid concerns over the spread of COVID-19. Widodo sa
01:47 02.04.2020
3978. WHO expects Malaysia's coronavirus cases to peak in mid-April
The number of coronavirus cases in Malaysia is expected to peak in mid-April, the World Health Organisation said on Thursday, adding that there are signs of a flattening of the infection curve.
01:45 02.04.2020
3977. Guatemalan migrant in U.S. custody positive for coronavirus: foreign ministry
A Guatemalan migrant in U.S. custody has been hospitalized with coronavirus in the United States, the Guatemalan foreign ministry said on Wednesday.
01:44 02.04.2020
3976. Latest on the spread of the coronavirus around the world
The World Health Organization (WHO) voiced deep concern on Wednesday about the rapid escalation and global spread of the coronavirus. "In the next few days, we will reach 1 million confirmed cases and 50,000 deaths worldwide," WHO Director-General Tedros
01:43 02.04.2020
3975. Latest on the spread of the coronavirus around the world
Lockdowns to halt the spread of the coronavirus have brought silence to some of the world"s busiest places. Transport hubs that should be teeming with travellers such as New York"s Grand Central Terminal or Istanbul"s Eminonu ferry docks are all
01:41 02.04.2020
3974. For Argentine farmers, pandemic threatens livelihoods and upends gaucho traditions
"Boys, from now on each one brings his own plate, knife and fork. And the mates are no longer shared."
01:35 02.04.2020
3973. Australia gives free childcare as coronavirus case curve flattens
Australia on Thursday announced free childcare for six months as part of a bid to keep businesses operating through the coronavirus pandemic, as data on new infections supported early signs of "flattening the curve."
01:00 02.04.2020
3972. China's Shenzhen bans the eating of cats and dogs after coronavirus
The Chinese city of Shenzhen has banned the eating of dogs and cats as part of a wider clampdown on the wildlife trade since the emergence of the new coronavirus.
00:43 02.04.2020
3971. Trump says China's coronavirus numbers seem 'on the light side'
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday the coronavirus statistics China was reporting seemed "a little bit on the light side," while his national security adviser said Washington had no way of knowing if Beijing"s figures were accurate.
00:19 02.04.2020
3970. On brink of coronavirus crisis, Japan PM offers masks, gets social media roasting
Facing calls to declare a coronavirus state of emergency, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was flamed on social media on Thursday for instead offering people free cloth masks, pointing to growing frustration for some over his handling of the crisis.
00:18 02.04.2020
3969. 'Shoot them dead' - Philippine leader says won't tolerate lockdown violators
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has warned violators of coronavirus lockdown measures they could be shot for causing trouble and said abuse of medical workers was a serious crime that would not be tolerated.
00:18 02.04.2020
3968. Israel's health minister diagnosed with coronavirus
Israel"s health minister and his wife were diagnosed with coronavirus and are in isolation following guidelines, the health ministry said on Thursday.
00:16 02.04.2020
3967. Australian court to rule on ex-Vatican treasurer's sex offences appeal on April 7
Ex-Vatican treasurer George Pell will learn on April 7 whether he can walk free from jail, when Australia"s highest court hands down its judgment on his appeal against historical child sex offences.
00:16 02.04.2020
3966. South Korea's coronavirus crackdown a boon for Moon ahead of polls
South Korea"s fierce battle against the coronavirus has turned the pandemic into an unlikely boon for President Moon Jae-in and his ruling party as campaign season kicks off on Thursday ahead of parliamentary elections on April 15.
00:08 02.04.2020
3965. Mexico president urges firms to pay workers, avoid usury in coronavirus crisis
Mexico"s president on Wednesday turned up the heat on companies during the coronavirus crisis, saying they should keep paying workers or face public scorn, even as criticism of his economic management grows among business and opposition leaders.
23:45 01.04.2020
3964. Migrant dies in riot in Mexican detention center amid coronavirus fears
A Guatemalan migrant died and 14 others were taken to hospital after a riot broke out in a detention center in southern Mexico, authorities said on Wednesday, as tensions rise in such facilities due to the spread of the coronavirus.
23:01 01.04.2020
3963. South Korea to allow absentee voting for coronavirus patients in parliamentary elections
South Korea will allow coronavirus patients to vote by mail or as an absentee in this month"s parliamentary elections, as campaigning started on Thursday and the country grappled with a steady rise in new infections.
22:56 01.04.2020
3962. China and Australia target Pacific with coronavirus aid
Beijing has ramped up its diplomatic push into the Pacific, pledging coronavirus aid and medical advice, although its efforts are being impeded as islands close borders to stop the spread of the disease from hotspots including China.
22:38 01.04.2020
3961. COVID-19 cases and deaths rising, debt relief needed for poorest nations: WHO
The head of the World Health Organization voiced deep concern on Wednesday about the rapid escalation and global spread of COVID-19 cases from the new coronavirus, which has now reached 205 countries and territories.
22:37 01.04.2020
3960. Australia welcomes drought-easing drenching, even as it brings floods
The east coast of Australia welcomed the heaviest drenching in years on Friday, dousing some of the country"s most damaging and long-running wildfires and easing a drought that has crippled farming across two states.
17:06 06.02.2020
3959. Trump 'apoplectic' with UK's Johnson over Huawei decision: FT
U.S. President Donald Trump was "apoplectic" with Boris Johnson during a phone call to discuss the British prime minister"s decision to allow Chinese firm Huawei a role in Britain"s 5G mobile phone network, the Financial Times reported on Thursday.
17:03 06.02.2020
3958. Chinese doctor who raised early alarm over coronavirus dies; Beijing declares 'people's war'
One of the first Chinese doctors who tried to warn the world about a new coronavirus died on Friday from the illness, as Beijing declared a "people"s war" on the fast-spreading outbreak.
17:02 06.02.2020
3957. Chinese whistleblowing doctor dies of coronavirus
A whistleblowing Chinese doctor who was reprimanded for "spreading rumours" about the coronavirus before it was officially recognised died on Friday after testing positive for the virus, the hospital where he worked said.
16:58 06.02.2020
3956. Third case of coronavirus confirmed in Italy: health ministry
An Italian national on Thursday tested positive to the new fast-spreading coronavirus, a spokesman for the health ministry said.
16:57 06.02.2020
3955. Canada to impose speed limits on trains carrying dangerous goods after crash
Canada said on Thursday it would impose temporary speed limits on trains hauling dangerous goods after a Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd crude oil train derailed and caught fire.
16:56 06.02.2020
3954. U.S. condemns 'cruel' detention of Citgo executives in Venezuela
The United States on Thursday condemned the "cruel and indefensible" detention of executives from U.S. refiner Citgo in Caracas who were under house arrest, top U.S. envoy for Venezuela Elliott Abrams said.
16:40 06.02.2020
3953. Hezbollah: Decisions on Lebanon's debt need national consensus
Iran-backed Hezbollah"s parliamentary bloc said on Thursday that decisions on Lebanon"s debt obligations require national consensus as the country grapples with a deep financial crisis.
16:29 06.02.2020
3952. Exclusive: Lebanon approves financial rescue plan with 'painful steps'
Lebanon"s government on Thursday approved a rescue plan to pull the country"s from its worst financial crisis in decades, including interest rate cuts, recapitalization of banks and other "painful steps", according to a copy seen by Reuters.
16:29 06.02.2020
3951. Peak coronavirus? Epidemic forecasts are often wrong but can be useful
Predicting "peak virus" is often destined to fail. But that"s not to say it is pointless.
16:22 06.02.2020
3950. Britain urges doctors to step up vigilance after third citizen infected with coronavirus
Britain said on Thursday a British national was confirmed to have contracted coronavirus after traveling to an Asian country other than China and told doctors to be vigilant to those showing symptoms from a wider range of countries.
16:11 06.02.2020
3949. Canadian police boost security at Coastal GasLink site
Canadian police imposed tighter security limits on Thursday in a remote area of northern British Columbia where indigenous protesters have blocked construction of the Coastal GasLink pipeline.
16:04 06.02.2020
3948. Migrants in Serbia protest for passage to Hungary and EU
Dozens of migrants, trapped in Serbia, set out in freezing and windy weather on Thursday to walk about ten kilometers to the Hungarian border, demanding free and secure passage toward Western Europe, police said.
16:02 06.02.2020
3947. Canada's Trudeau seeks to rescue faltering U.N. bid on Africa trip
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau leaves for Africa on Thursday to revive what diplomats say is a faltering bid for a rotating seat on the United Nations Security Council.
16:01 06.02.2020
3946. Syrian army enters rebel-held northwestern Saraqeb town in latest advance: state media
Russian-led Syrian government forces on Thursday entered Saraqeb town in northwestern Idlib province in the latest push to capture the last rebel stronghold, state media said.
15:44 06.02.2020
3945. Chemical weapons agency employees leaked information, inquiry finds
An investigation commissioned by the global chemical weapons watchdog has found that two former employees leaked confidential information, it said on Thursday, a breach which fueled a Russian-backed theory that a deadly attack in Syria was staged.
15:16 06.02.2020
3944. Unpaid bills, empty homes: Families of Iran crash victims put lives back together
Grief-stricken relatives of passengers killed aboard an airliner shot down by Iran over Tehran last month are grappling in Canada with the daily challenges of long-distance funeral arrangements, empty homes, cars left in driveways and unpaid bills.
14:43 06.02.2020
3943. Abandoned and attacked, some Iraq protesters look to an ayatollah
After followers of a populist Iraqi Shi"ite cleric who had once supported anti-government protests attacked sit-ins this week, some activists are looking to one last vestige of the establishment for support: their ayatollah.
14:41 06.02.2020
3942. McCarrick report expected soon but pope has last word: Vatican official
Work on a Vatican report into disgraced ex U.S. Cardinal Theodore McCarrick is complete and it may be released in the near future but Pope Francis will have the final word on timing, the Vatican"s number two said on Thursday.
14:16 06.02.2020
3941. Benetton cuts ties with photographer Toscani over Italy bridge remarks
Italy"s Benetton Group said on Thursday it has cut professional ties with Oliviero Toscani, the photographer behind the advertising campaign that helped make it a global brand in the 1980s, over remarks he made about a 2018 bridge collapse.
14:03 06.02.2020

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