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QUITO (Reuters) - At least 18 inmates died and several police were injured during riots at two of Ecuador's largest penitentiaries, the Andean country's SNAI prison authority said late on Wednesday, marking the second major deadly wave of prison violence this year.
News highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Thursday (July 22)
JAKARTA (Xinhua): Indonesia has registered more than 3 million cases of Covid-19 since the first case was confirmed in the country in March last year.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland will wait a few weeks before considering easing COVID-19 restrictions beyond Monday's planned resumption of indoor dining and drinking in restaurants and bars, Deputy Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Thursday.
YANGON (Reuters): Angered by doctors' support for anti-junta protests, Myanmar's military has arrested several doctors treating Covid-19 patients independently, colleagues and media said, as the health system struggles to cope with a record wave of infections.
TOKYO (Reuters) - America's traditional dominance in the pool faces a double threat at the Tokyo Games with a new wave of East European men and Australian women looking to end any chance of a repeat of the U.S. successes in Rio and London.
(Reuters) - Angered by doctors' support for anti-junta protests, Myanmar's military has arrested several doctors treating COVID-19 patients independently, colleagues and media said, as the health system struggles to cope with a record wave of infections.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Superheroes the world over come head to toe in spandex. So too here in Tokyo, where the one person with the best shot at making – or even saving – these most beleaguered of Olympic Games, will be dressed in a red one-piece.
PARIS (Reuters) - The fourth wave of COVID-19 infections should hit French hospitals in the second half of August, professor Jean-Francois Delfraissy said on Thursday.
NEW DELHI: India’s actual death toll from Covid-19 could range between 1.3 million to a staggering 5 million, with even the most conservative estimate putting its tally at more than double the U.S., the highest recorded in the world so far.