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HOUSTON (Reuters) - Hurricane Hanna pummeled the south Texas coast on Saturday night with howling winds and a surging sea that threatened a broad area already contending with an intense spike in coronavirus deaths.
CHENGDU, July 16 (Xinhua) -- A heavy rainstorm has left five people missing as of Thursday night in southwest China's Sichuan Province, local authorities said.
PYONGYANG (Xinhua): North Korea lashed out at US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for his recent anti-China remarks on Wednesday (July 15), warning against interfering with the affairs of other countries and "muddling up" public opinion.
Attitudes toward alternative lifestyles are slowly softening in China, and members of a small but growing drag community have begun to step into the spotlight.
TOKYO, July 4 (AFP): Fourteen people were feared dead at a nursing home in western Japan on Saturday as record rainfall triggered massive floods and landslides, forcing authorities to issue evacuation advisories for more than 200,000 residents.
Tokyo, July 4 (AFP): Some 75,000 people were ordered to evacuate in western Japan Saturday as record heavy rain triggered floods and landslides, leaving scores stranded and 13 missing, according to local media and officials.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's President Moon Jae-in faces the biggest crisis yet in his bid to foster reconciliation with North Korea, as it lashes out with the destruction of a joint office and rolls back agreements, but he has few options, analysts say.
LIMA (Reuters) - Peruvian peasant brigades, who decades ago battled leftist rebel groups, are now doling out rough justice in a bid to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus in the Andean country, which has the region's second highest number of cases after Brazil.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - George Floyd's younger brother took his grief to the U.S. Congress on Wednesday with an impassioned plea that lawmakers not let his brother's death be in vain, lamenting that he "didn't deserve to die over $20" in a what he called a lynching.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Democratic-led U.S. House of Representatives took up the issues of police violence and racial injustice in America on Wednesday in the first congressional hearing since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis sparked protests around the world, with Floyd's brother due to testify.