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GENEVA (Reuters) - China's coronavirus outbreak poses a "very grave threat for the rest of the world" and should be viewed as "Public Enemy Number 1", the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday.
Facebook celebrity doctor Parkphum Dejhutsadin said his phone suddenly started pinging on Feb 8 – scores of his two million followers in Thailand were desperate and they needed his help.
AMMAN/ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish-backed Syrian rebels on Tuesday struck back against Russian-supported government forces who had made gains in their campaign to eradicate the last rebel strongholds in northwest Syria.
GUANGZHOU, China/GENEVA (Reuters) - The coronavirus outbreak in China may be over by April, the country's senior medical adviser said on Tuesday, but deaths surpassed 1,000 and the World Health Organization (WHO) warned of a global threat potentially worse than terrorism.
A global survey finds that those from a lower socioeconomic group and without a university education are more likely to be unaware of the risk factors for cancer.
The "pings" from the metal targets at a gun range ring out as a baby-faced shooter smiles for the camera – a chilling prelude to the mall massacre by a Thai soldier who shared his prowess as a marksman on social media.
KABUL (Reuters) - A suicide bomber killed six people near a military academy in the Afghan capital, Kabul, on Tuesday, the interior ministry said.
(Reuters) - Arsenal have won just three matches since Mikel Arteta took over as manager in December but playmaker Mesut Ozil says the team have improved thanks to the Spaniard's fresh tactical approach.
(Reuters) - Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward says this summer's transfer window is an "important opportunity" for the club to build a squad capable of challenging for the Premier League and Champions League.
Petition against Philippines' ABS-CBN TV network meant to silence critics, say journalists, rights groups
MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN): Journalists and rights groups on Monday (Feb 10)decried the filing of a quo warranto petition by the Office of the Solicitor General (OSG) against television network ABS-CBN, calling it a renewed attempt to silence critics of the Duterte administration.