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TOKYO (The Straits Times/ANN): Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday (Feb 28) stood firm on his call for schools to close for a month, amid stiff pushback from parents, educators and infectious diseases experts who say the move was excessive and unnecessary
This has been the decade of the datacentre, which can be measured in a ten-fold increase in traffic and a 25-fold jump in worldwide storage.
Lessons learned from Ebola scare help health officials with coronavirus and other threats.
Covid-19: Israeli AI startup says it has tools for the Chinese, Hong Kong governments to help people in distress
Cobwebs Technologies can help monitor mentions of the virus on the Web, tweets or posts asking for assistance, or to locate people in case of emergency. Company says its tools came in handy during Hurricane Harvey, which struck the US in 2017, by helping to locate people who were seeking urgent help.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's deportation policy is so "corrosive" that it has soured its bilateral relationship with New Zealand, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Friday, a rare bust-up between the two historic allies.
LAGOS/ABUJA (Reuters) - An Italian man who has been confirmed as Nigeria's first coronavirus case after arriving from Milan was in the country for almost two full days before being isolated, travelled through Lagos and visited another state.
SINGAPORE (Bloomberg): As the novel coronavirus starts to gather speed in Europe, the Middle East and the US, there’s one place it is seemingly being contained: Singapore.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Angry Japanese parents joined bewildered teachers and businesses on Friday in a rush to find new ways to live and work for a month after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's shock call for all schools to close in a bid to stop coronavirus spreading.
In the suburbs of Dublin on a windy, overcast day in January, several alumni of Airbus and the UK’s Royal Air Force watched as a flying object, shaped a bit like a crouching frog, hovered about 10 meters (33 feet) up in the air.
(Reuters) - California is monitoring more than 8,400 people who arrived on commercial flights for coronavirus symptoms from "points of concern," but the state lacks test kits and has been held back by federal testing rules, Governor Gavin Newsom said on Thursday.