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BUENOS AIRES, Sept. 18 (Xinhua) -- Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez warned on Friday that the country "is a long way from overcoming" the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), and announced he would be extending the quarantine that first came into force in March.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Bahrain may have won international praise for following in the United Arab Emirates' footsteps and establishing ties with Israel, but the dramatic move by the close U.S. ally could stir a new wave of opposition at home.
PARIS (Reuters) - Hundreds of workers at COVID-19 laboratories in France went on strike on Thursday, a trade union said, angry over poor working conditions as the coronavirus testing system buckles under huge demand.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): The Royal Gazette announced on its website yesterday (September 15) that the government would extend the state of emergency in three Southern provinces – Narathiwat, Yala and Pattani – for another three months.
PRESIDENT Joko “Jokowi” Widodo has called on the Jakarta administration to thoroughly assess its plan to reimpose a partial Covid-19 lockdown on the city as the nation struggles to balance the demands of public health and the economy.
JAKARTA, Sept 12 (Jakarta Post/ANN): President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo has called on the Jakarta administration to thoroughly assess its plan to reimpose a partial Covid-19 lockdown on the city as the nation struggles to balance the demands of public health and the economy.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - It was with a kiss that student activist Tattep Ruangprapaikitseree first took centre stage in Thai politics.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU judges should strike down a Belgian law requiring all animals be stunned prior to their death, which has effectively outlawed slaughter according to Jewish and Muslim rites, an EU court adviser said on Thursday.
Why febrile comparisons between present-day America and that period of German history that gave rise to the rise of Hitler are wrong.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - At a university campus demonstration in Bangkok on Aug. 10, the images of two men were projected onto a giant screen against a shimmering golden background as protesters mockingly chanted “Long live the king.”