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India taking steps to bring back citizens from Wuhan

India taking steps to bring back citizens from Wuhan

India is preparing to evacuate citizens from China’s Hubei province following the coronavirus outbreak, an External Affairs Ministry spokesman said yesterday.

JNU student arrested on sedition charges

JNU student arrested on sedition charges

Police yesterday arrested a university student who has been involved in organising protests against a contentious citizenship law after he made comments that the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party said were seditious.

Mexico party hit by leadership tussle

Mexico party hit by leadership tussle

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s ruling party has plunged into a divisive leadership struggle after party chief Yeidckol Polevnsky refused to stand down despite being voted out by opponents.

Morales’ pick back in Bolivia to run for president

Morales’ pick back in Bolivia to run for president

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 killed, two injured in blast at Lahore perfume factory

At least 11 killed, two injured in blast at Lahore perfume factory

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.

Two suspected cases of infection under scrutiny in hospitals

Two suspected cases of infection under scrutiny in hospitals

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.

Dems reject ‘classified’ reading of Bolton book

Dems reject ‘classified’ reading of Bolton book

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rejected a Republican proposal to let senators review former national security adviser John Bolton’s explosive, unpublished book manuscript on a classified basis.

US developing vaccine against coronavirus

US developing vaccine against coronavirus

The United States said Tuesday it was developing a vaccine against a deadly virus that originated in China, and urged Beijing to step up its co-operation with international health authorities.

Nigerian capital slams brakes on motorbike taxis

Nigerian capital slams brakes on motorbike taxis

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: Compromise with EU on judiciary is possible

Poland: Compromise with EU on judiciary is possible

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.

Police clash with firefighters in Paris

Police clash with firefighters in Paris

French police clashed with firefighters protesting in Paris yesterday against their working conditions and demanding more pay.

Rare photos of Nazi death camp unveiled

Rare photos of Nazi death camp unveiled

Historians in Germany have released previously unseen photos of the Nazi Sobibor death camp, including what they believe are images of John Demjanjuk, who was sentenced in 2011 for his role in the killing of about 28,000 people there.

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