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SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea declared a "special care zone" on Thursday around a second city hit hard by the coronavirus and the U.S. military confirmed two new cases among relatives of its troops in the country, as it battles the biggest epidemic outside China.
GENEVA: A Singaporean beat a Chinese candidate in the race to lead the world patent office, heading off Beijing's bid for a fifth U.N. leadership role, much to the satisfaction of the United States.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Five years ago, a Mexican woman woke up in a hospital one morning connected to an endotracheal tube and a catheter. She was in so much pain that she barely remembered being brutally beaten by her boyfriend.
MOSCOW/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Russia is racing to reinforce its troops in Syria by sea and air before talks between the Russian and Turkish leaders in Moscow on Thursday, flight data and shipping movements show.
Peace talks with the main insurgent group in southern Thailand have seen some progress, the government said after the two sides met in Kuala Lumpur earlier in the week.
THE 22nd National Landscape Day is an important milestone for the National Tree-Planting Campaign that was launched in 1997.
MORE than 10,000 participants are expected to take part in over 60 events to be held as part of the month-long International Women’s Day 2020 (IWD2020) celebration in Penang.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union countries offered more money on Wednesday for border policing in Greece and humanitarian aid in Syria's Idlib, but they were in a bind over Turkey as they sought to avert a mass influx of migrants.
ANKARA (Reuters) - European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said he told Turkey on Wednesday that the situation at the border with Greece was unacceptable and Turkey should not encourage further movement of migrants towards the border with EU states.
KASTANIES, Greece/EDIRNE, Turkey (Reuters) - Greek and Turkish riot police deployed on their shared border fired tear gas on Wednesday as hundreds of migrants tried again to cross into Greece, amid an escalating war of words between Athens and Ankara about what was happening.