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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Severe bushfires burned through parts of Western Australia on Sunday, with other areas of the state dealing with the aftermath of a powerful cyclone, while the country's east coast was facing potential life-threatening flash flooding.
TOKYO: Asian shares and Wall Street futures nudged higher on Wednesday amid hopes the worst of the coronavirus in China may have passed, although prevailing uncertainty about the outbreak has kept investors wary.
SINGAPORE (Bloomberg) -- Gold reached a new seven-year high as investors sought safety assets on concerns the coronavirus outbreak will hurt global growth and amid speculation the Federal Reserve will ease monetary policy before year-end.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Trent Boult followed up his counter-attacking cameo innings of 38 to take three wickets, including that of Virat Kohli, to put New Zealand on top against India at the end of the third day of the first test on Sunday.
PUTRAJAYA: Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad held a series of meetings with leaders of political parties as the guessing game on the country’s political crisis continues for the third day.
LONDON (Reuters) - Julian Assange complained he was struggling to follow his extradition hearing on Wednesday as his legal team argued Britain should not send him to the United States because the charges against him were politically motivated.
TENERIFE, Spain (Reuters) - At first glance, the hotel looks like any other. It bustles with holidaymakers choosing their food and drink from the buffet while others bag sunloungers by the pool.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy, the top Democrat on the Senate Appropriations Committee, said on Tuesday an emergency funding bill to fight the coronavirus could be completed and ready for President Donald Trump's signature by Friday evening.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy added new restrictions on Wednesday to a lockdown imposed to fight the coronavirus, ordering bars, restaurants and most shops to close.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea on Sunday reported 76 new coronavirus cases and three deaths, marking the first time in over three weeks that new cases have dropped to double-digits, as President Moon Jae-in declared the hardest hit provinces "special disaster zones".