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SEOUL (AFP) - North Korea has fired three projectiles, Seoul’s military said on Monday (March 9), a week after it launched what the South said appeared to be two short-range ballistic missiles.
Seoul: North Korea has released more than 3,600 people quarantined over the new coronavirus, reports said, as the disease spread to 95 countries with over 100,000 cases worldwide.
BANGKOK: Thai health authorities on Friday (Feb 28) said they would not order the compulsory quarantine of visitors from four countries hit hard by coronavirus, as the kingdom struggles to balance health fears with the needs of its flatlining economy.
BANGKOK: Thailand's annual Songkran festival to be held in mid-April is appearing to be a quiet one as event organisers cancel several events to avoid mass gatherings and the spread of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has expressed the hope that neighbouring South Korea will overcome a coronavirus outbreak, President Moon Jae-in's office said on Thursday.
SEOUL (AFP): South Korea's total number of novel coronavirus cases -- the largest outside China, where the disease first emerged -- approached 6,000 on Thursday (March 5) as authorities reported 145 new infections.
SEOUL (AFP): South Korea reported its lowest number of new novel coronavirus cases for a week Wednesday (March 4), as the government proposed a near-US$10 billion additional budget to try to address the epidemic's impact.
BEIJING (Xinhua): The largest unnamed planet in the solar system has recently been named after the Chinese water god Gonggong by the International Astronomical Union (IAU).
YANGON/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - From a boat on the Salween River in southeastern Myanmar, Than Zaw Oo pointed to a brown stretch of water he said was once full of lush paddy fields.
SEOUL (Reuters): South Korea reported 516 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday (March 4), a day after a record spike in cases prompted the country’s president to declare a “war” on the fast spreading pathogen.