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(Reuters) - In the fight against COVID-19, the decades-old anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine has become a political football, with U.S. President Donald Trump personally taking it and hailing it as a "game changer," to the derision of critics.
SEOUL (AFP): South Korea's FC Seoul were fined a record 100 million won (US$81,000) for using sex dolls to fill seats at a match held behind closed doors, with K-League officials saying the football club had "deeply humiliated women fans".
SEOUL (AFP): A top South Korean football club accused of using sex dolls to fill empty seats in its stands will face disciplinary proceedings this week, K-league officials said.
HONG KONG (AFP): Hopes for a vaccine to treat coronavirus and a further easing of lockdown measures around the world spurred a rally on Asian markets Tuesday (May 19) as investors tracked a surge across Europe and Wall Street.
HONG KONG: Stock markets rose on Monday (May 16) as a further easing of lockdowns around the world offset another round of data highlighting the sharp economic pain being inflicted by the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Every day, thousands of Mexicans crowd a massive food market that is a linchpin of the capital's food supply, though it sits at the heart of a major hotspot for the virus.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Russian government said on Sunday it would allow foreign athletes competing in its domestic sports leagues to enter the country as the number of cases of the novel coronavirus passed 280,000.
HONG KONG: Several nations in East Asia and South-East Asia together with some in Europe have eased restrictions to stem the economic damage from lockdowns, as much of the world learns to live as best it can under the shadow of the disease (Covid-19 - coronavirus) that has killed more than 304,000 people globally and infected 4.5 million.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong's government risks reigniting last year's political unrest by pushing ahead with a controversial bill outlawing insults to China's national anthem, opposition lawmakers said on Tuesday (May 12).
GENEVA (Reuters) - Thousands of Swiss children returned to school on Monday, many excited to be reunited with their classmates after a nearly two-month break due to the new coronavirus, although some parents had misgivings.