Wuhan discharges all coronavirus patients, reports zero new cases

China’s National Health Commission claims that Wuhan now has zero new patients

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Mainland China's tally of infections now stands at 81,953

Hubei province reported no new cases for the seventh day in a row

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Now, all of Russian cabinet has the power to invoke national emergency!

Putin announced a week-long break earlier on TV as the number of cases continue to dramatically increase in the country

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'Super large missiles': While the world grapples with a pandemic, North Korea continues its military tests

In classic North Korea style, mission tests are undertaken during the springtime

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North Korea fires two 'ballistic missiles' into sea: Seoul

Two projectiles were fired eastwards from the port city of Wonsan and flew 230 kilometres

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Challenges facing new Malaysia PM after controversial takeover

The legitimacy of Muhyiddin's government, which came with the support of Malay nationalist parties he previously opposed, has been questioned by the opposing camp led by his former boss Mahathir…

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Japan records slowest economy in over five years as coronavirus halts trade with its biggest partner, China

The Japanese economy shrunk at its fastest rate in over five years

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China reports 17 new cases of mysterious coronavirus, three critical

Out of the 17 new cases in the central city of Wuhan is believed to be the epicentre of the outbreak, three are described as "severe".

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Hong Kong: Protesters defy Lam's surrender warning as authorities struggle to free university campus

China's envoy has threatened protesters with stringent action by saying that they will not ''sit back'' if things become uncontrollable

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Mongolia's new 'cleaner' fuel linked to deaths, illness

The city's emergency unit said issues were easing once people were told the "correct ways to burn the briquettes"

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University protesters in Hong Kong must surrender to resolve stand-off peacefully: Carrie Lam

Hong Kong's chief executive said Tuesday that protesters occupying a city-centre university had to surrender

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Hong Kong vigils for dead student become violent as activists set streets ablaze

In the shopping district of Causeway Bay, hundreds lined the streets in silence, with the eerie hum of the city in the background

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Taiwan says China is an 'authoritarian' threat in the Pacific

The Solomon Islands and Kiribati decided to recognise China last month, dropping Taiwan.

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Police fire tear gas as large crowds defy Hong Kong mask ban

Large crowds marched through torrential rain in unsanctioned rallies on both sides of Victoria Harbour Sunday afternoon.

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At Fukushima plant, a million-tonne headache: radioactive water

A thousand, towering tanks have now replaced many of the cherry trees that once dotted the plant's ground.

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