Greek police fired teargas towards migrants gathered on its border with Turkey on Saturday, as a crisis over Syria shifted onto the European Union's doorstep.
US public health officials said they have identified four "presumptive" coronavirus cases believed to have emerged from community transmission of the infection
Presidential contender Joe Biden told South Carolina's Democrats on Friday that they can take control of the White House if they pick "the right nominee" to face President Donald Trump.
Malaysia's Mahathir Mohamad won the backing of old rival Anwar Ibrahim on Saturday for his return as prime minister, restoring a difficult alliance that collapsed this week when Mahathir's abrupt resignation plunged the country into political turmoil.
Switzerland yesterday cancelled football matches, carnival celebrations, concerts and the Geneva International Motor Show in a drastic bid to stem the country’s new coronavirus outbreak in its early stages.
The Delhi Police have arrested 600 people in connection with the northeast Delhi violence which erupted on Sunday while 130 charge-sheets have been registered at various police stations, a Delhi Police spokesperson M S Randhawa said yesterday.
Special Assistant to Prime Minister Imran Khan on Health Dr Zafar Mirza said yesterday that the government now has a plan to deal with the situation of pilgrims coming to Pakistan from Iran, which has been hit with the coronavirus epidemic.
Angry Japanese parents joined bewildered teachers and businesses yesterday in a rush to find new ways to live and work for a month after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s shock call for all schools to close in a bid to stop coronavirus spreading.
Parliament vote on new PM rejected by royal palace; Mahathir’s party names Muhyiddin Yassin as candidate; UMNO and PAS parties pledge support for Muhyiddin