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BEIJING (AFP): China's leader said on Sunday (Feb 23) that the new coronavirus epidemic is the country's largest-ever public health emergency, but other nations were also increasingly under pressure from the deadly outbreak's relentless global march.
(Reuters) - In the days leading up to Saturday's Democratic presidential caucuses in Nevada, Bernie Sanders withstood one attack after another over his Medicare for All plan – both from his rivals and the state's powerful hotel and casino workers' union.
KUALA LUMPUR: MCA will not comment on speculation of a possible split in Pakatan Harapan, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.
President Donald Trump anticipates a hero’s welcome in India on Monday (Feb 24), but the glitzy events filling his two-day visit with Prime Minister Narendra Modi will paper over growing trade frictions. The visit is intended to strengthen the personal relationship between Trump and Modi, a fellow nationalist whose country is regarded by the US as an important regional counterweight against China.
BANGKOK: Hundreds of students and supporters held a protest in Bangkok during the weekend against a court decision dissolving Thailand's second largest opposition party, less than a year after an election that ended direct military rule.
BEIJING: Nearly 23,000 patients infected with the Covid-19 (coronavirus) have so far recovered and been discharged from hospitals in China as the country makes progress in its fight against the epidemic.
SEOUL/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - International concern about the spread of coronavirus outside China grew on Sunday with sharp rises in infections in South Korea, Italy and Iran.
KUALA LUMPUR: MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong says it was not his business to comment on the possible division in Pakatan Harapan.
CANBERRA/BEIJING: The China stage at the annual Australian National Multicultural Festival in 2020 was less glitzy, as actors and actresses in China were unable to come due to the COVID-19 outbreak. However, it seemed to attract more visitors this year, who signed their names and left encouraging words on a banner bearing the slogan: Be Strong, China!
ON Thursday, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, hosted a Kebaya Festival, reportedly involving 2,000 women. It followed limited displays of women deliberately wearing kebaya in their daily activities, to assert their Indonesian identity including that of many who voluntarily wear the hijab.