India is preparing to evacuate citizens from China’s Hubei province following the coronavirus outbreak, an External Affairs Ministry spokesman said yesterday.
Luis Arce, the presidential candidate for Evo Morales’s Movement for Socialism party, returned to Bolivia yesterday following a self-imposed exile in Mexico.
At least 11 people were killed and two others injured yesterday after gas cylinders exploded at a perfume factory in Shahdara neighborhood of Lahore, setting the entire building ablaze, officials confirmed.
The Department of Health (DoH) has said two persons suspected to have been infected with the novel coronavirus (nCoV) are under observation in two hospitals in Metro Manila, while several others are also being monitored in other areas.
President Donald Trump’s lawyers yesterday launched their final day of arguments in his US impeachment trial as the Senate’s top Democrat rejected a Republican proposal to let senators review former national security adviser John Bolton’s explosive, unpublished book manuscript on a classified basis.
Nigeria’s traffic-choked economic capital Lagos has announced sweeping bans on the motorbike taxis plying its perilous roads set to come in to force from next month. The state government has barred motorbike taxis and motorised rickshaws, known locally as okada and keke
Poland is willing to consider a compromise with the European Union on its selection of judges under certain conditions, its justice minister said yesterday after talks with a senior EU official on rule of law concerns.