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Beijing: With the novel coronavirus largely under control in China, the public’s anxiety has been eased. One reason for that is the effort made by psychological counsellors.
(Reuters) - The departing U.N. human rights envoy for Myanmar said its military is engaged in activities against rebels that may amount to "war crimes and crimes against humanity" in Rakhine and Chin states, and that she was "enraged" and "saddened" by the situation in the country after six years in the role.
TOKYO (Reuters): The coronavirus pandemic is forcing changes in Japan to the way economic data is collected and some government agencies meet, rare moves in a country where tradition plays a strong part in everyday life.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): A group of researchers at Universiti Malaya (UM) has developed the Covid Symptom Monitoring System (CoSMoS) to help medical staff monitor patients suspected of Covid-19 infection.
LONDON (Reuters) - A prominent Saudi princess has appealed to the kingdom's king and crown prince to release her from prison as the holy month of Ramadan began, according to a letter published on her official website and Facebook account.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - As the novel coronavirus spread through New York City in late March, doctors at Mount Sinai Hospital noticed something strange happening to patients' blood.
PARIS (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron told the Australian prime minister now was not the time for an international investigation into the coronavirus pandemic and that the urgency was to act in unison before looking for who was at fault, an official said.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Last April, medical student Mohamed Amashah stood on Cairo's Tahrir Square and held up a sign saying "Freedom for prisoners". He was detained.