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(Reuters) - Iraq has extended an entry ban for any non-Iraqis coming from Iran, the prime minister said, as authorities in Tehran announced 15 more cases of coronavirus and a death toll of eight.
BANGKOK: Hundreds of students and supporters held a protest in Bangkok during the weekend against a court decision dissolving Thailand's second largest opposition party, less than a year after an election that ended direct military rule.
JERUSALEM/GAZA (Reuters) - Israeli fighter jets launched air strikes on suspected Islamic Jihad positions in Syria, the Israeli military said on Monday, after the militant group and Israel exchanged rockets and air strikes around Gaza.
JERUSALEM: Nearly 200 Israeli pupils were ordered to begin a two-week quarantine from Sunday after having come into contact with South Korean tourists who contracted the Covid-19 (coronavirus) symptoms, the education ministry said.
TOKYO: Japan won’t test medical workers who came in close contact with passengers on the quarantined Diamond Princess cruise ship docked near Tokyo, the NHK broadcaster reported on Sunday (Feb 13).
SEOUL: South Korea’s president has put his nation on its highest alert for infectious diseases, saying Sunday (Feb 23) that officials should take "unprecedented, powerful” steps to fight the outbreak of the new virus in the country. President Moon Jae-in made the comments at the start of a government meeting as South Korean authorities reported 123 more cases, raising the country's total to 556, with five deaths.
BEIJING: Nearly 23,000 patients infected with the Covid-19 (coronavirus) have so far recovered and been discharged from hospitals in China as the country makes progress in its fight against the epidemic.
SEOUL/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - International concern about the spread of coronavirus outside China grew on Sunday with sharp rises in infections in South Korea, Italy and Iran.
MILAN (Reuters) - Italy raced on Sunday to contain the biggest outbreak of coronavirus in Europe, sealing off the worst affected towns and banning public events in much of the north as a third patient died of the illness.
PARIS (Reuters) - French Health Minister Olivier Veran said on Sunday new cases of coronavirus were "very likely" in France and health authorities were ready in case of an epidemic, adding he was "particularly watchful" of the situation in Italy.