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(Reuters) -Myanmar's neighbours have to negotiate with a newly formed government of national unity if they want to help resolve the turmoil triggered a by a Feb. 1 military coup and they should not recognise the junta, a unity government official said.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia is no hurry to reopen its international borders and risk the country's nearly coronavirus-free lifestyle, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Sunday.
Stomach ache or pain can be a symptom of many conditions, but when accompanied by unintentional weight loss, it might be due to stomach cancer.
California law requires Apple Inc to pay its workers for being searched before they leave retail stores, the California Supreme Court decided unanimously last week.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran will never hold talks with the United States under pressure, President Hassan Rouhani said on Sunday, adding that Tehran's help was essential in establishing security in the Middle East.
KUALA LUMPUR: A small factory in Malaysia's capital is preparing thousands of ready-to-eat halal meals, from fried rice to chicken biryani, to be shipped off to Japan for 2020's biggest sporting event. Food firms from Muslim-majority Malaysia, are expected to be big winners from a rush of Muslim travellers to Japan for the Olympics.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Sportwsear company Anta Sports Products <2020.HK> expects the coronavirus will impact its financial performance in H1 2020 though hopes to return to normal in the year's second half, it wrote in a stock exchange filing published Sunday.
SEOUL: South Korea said on Sunday (Feb 16) it would evacuate Koreans from a coronavirus-stricken cruise ship being held under quarantine in the Japanese port of Yokohama, after 355 people from it were found to be infected with the virus.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea said on Sunday it would evacuate Koreans from a coronavirus-stricken cruise ship being held under quarantine in the Japanese port of Yokohama, after 355 people from it were found to be infected with the virus.
LUANG PRABANG: Elephant parks unvisited, curios at markets unsold as tuk-tuks sit idle: South-East Asia is facing billions of dollars in losses from a collapse in Chinese tourism since the outbreak of Covid-19 (coronavirus) epidemic.