About 60 more novel coronavirus cases on Japan cruise ship: NHK About 60 more novel coronavirus cases on Japan cruise ship: NHK

Other local media also reported approximately 60 more cases had been confirmed, raising the number of infected passengers and crew to around 130


Iran satellite launch fails, in blow to space programme Iran satellite launch fails, in blow to space programme

Arch foes Iran and the United States have appeared to be on the brink of an all-out confrontation twice in the past seven months


Heavily-armed police and soldiers enter El Salvador parliament Heavily-armed police and soldiers enter El Salvador parliament

Heavily-armed police and soldiers in El Salvador have forced their way into parliament, demanding the approval of a $109m (£85m) loan to better equip them


Chinese journalist reporting on Coronavirus outbreak missing Chinese journalist reporting on Coronavirus outbreak missing

Over the past couple of weeks, Chinese citizen journalists Chen Qiushi and Fang Bin have served as the world's eyes


Sydney rains: Record rainfall brings flooding and douses fires Sydney rains: Record rainfall brings flooding and douses fires

The Australian city of Sydney has been hit by its heaviest rain in 30 years, bringing flooding and travel chaos


Gunman ambushes NYC police twice in 12 hours, spawns outrage Gunman ambushes NYC police twice in 12 hours, spawns outrage

A gunman was arrested after he ambushed police officers in the Bronx twice in 12 hours


Families of Thai shooting victims wait for answers, bodies Families of Thai shooting victims wait for answers, bodies

Sirirat Nualraksa blinked back tears as the ambulances delivered gurneys bearing cloth-shrouded bodies to the morgue of a public hospital


Coronavirus deaths grow by 97 to 908, total infections pass 40,000
Coronavirus death toll crosses 900

On Monday, China's health ministry said another 3,062 cases had been reported over the previous 24 hours, raising the Chinese mainland's total to 40,171


Strike shuts Kashmir to remember man executed by India Strike shuts Kashmir to remember man executed by India

Separatists demand that the two men's remains, buried within the jail compound, be returned to the region


Thai mall shooting survivors tracked killer via CCTV Thai mall shooting survivors tracked killer via CCTV

Those details shared over messaging apps may have saved the lives of Chanathip, his family and the 20-30 others inside


Russian plane in belly landing, no one hurt Russian plane in belly landing, no one hurt

Online pictures showed a Boeing sitting on its belly on the snow-covered tarmac as passengers scrambled to evacuate


US presidency gains more power with Trump's acquittal US presidency gains more power with Trump's acquittal

The presidency hit a low in the 1970s, after Congress wrested authority away following Richard Nixon's Watergate abuses


Singapore Airshow hit by virus fears as 70 exhibitors pull out Singapore Airshow hit by virus fears as 70 exhibitors pull out

Organisers were also encouraging attendees to greet each other by bowing or waving instead of shaking hands


Iran counts down to launch new satellite Iran counts down to launch new satellite

Arch foes Iran and the United States have appeared to be on the brink of an all-out confrontation twice since last year


Uncle rapes niece in captivity for 24 days Uncle rapes niece in captivity for 24 days

The girl has told police that the accused repeatedly raped her after confining her to a room and keeping it locked whenever he went out somewhere


Pakistan says India firing kills civilian in Kashmir Pakistan says India firing kills civilian in Kashmir

Indian troops fire mortars and small arms  at the Chaffar Kakuta village and surrounding areas in the Chirikot sector along the Line of Control, which divides Kashmir between Pakistan and India


Coronavirus: Hong Kong lifts quarantine on cruise ship China virus: Hong Kong lifts quarantine on cruise ship

The ship has been placed under quarantine since it docked Wednesday after eight mainland Chinese passengers on a voyage last month were diagnosed with the coronavirus


RSS ideologue P Parameswaran dies at 93, PM Modi mourns Modi mourns death of RSS ideologue P Parameswaran

Parameswaran’s body will be kept at the RSS Karyalaya in Kochi and the funeral will be held on Sunday evening


Thai Prime Minister confirms 27 deaths in mall shooting Thai PM confirms 27 deaths in mall shooting

Twenty-six people including civilians -- the youngest a 13-year-old boy -- and security forces are killed by the rogue soldier


Coronavirus infects more than 37,500 people globally Coronavirus infects more than 37,500 people globally

Most of the deaths have been in central Hubei province, where illnesses from the new type of coronavirus are first detected in December


Two US troops killed by Afghan soldier in Nangarhar attack 2 US troops killed by Afghan soldier in Nangarhar attack

Provincial governor Shah Mahmood Meyakil says in an audio message to reporters that three Afghan commandos are wounded


15 people feared dead as firecrackers cause major blast in India’s Punjab 15 feared dead as firecrackers cause major blast in Punjab

Firecrackers, being carried in a tractor trolley, exploded during the religious procession near Pahu village in Tarn Taran


Coronavirus: WHO chief warns against 'trolls and conspiracy theories' WHO warns against coronavirus 'trolls'

More than 34,800 people have been infected with the new coronavirus worldwide, the vast majority in China


Coronavirus death toll surpasses SARS Coronavirus death toll surpasses SARS

In a possibly hopeful sign, however, the number of new cases reported over the last 24 hours on Sunday fell significantly from the previous period


Thailand shooting: Soldier who killed 20 is shot dead Thai mall gunman shot dead after deadly rampage

Commandos from elite Thai police units kill the gunman after an operation involving hundreds of security personnel, a Thai police spokesman says


Coronavirus death toll 811, surpasses SARS Coronavirus death toll 811, surpasses SARS

More than 300 cases in some two dozen countries and two fatalities have been confirmed outside the mainland


Ireland votes in 'three-horse race' for power Ireland votes in 'three-horse race' for power

In Dublin, a stream of voters made their way to polling stations


Arvind Kejriwal's Hat-Trick in Delhi Arvind Kejriwal's Hat-Trick in Delhi

Delhi Assembly Election 2020 exit polls have predicted that the Aam Aadmi Party will retain power with a comfortable majority


Cracker explosion at religious rally in Punjab, over a dozen dead Explosion at religious rally in Punjab, over a dozen dead

Over a dozen people were killed and several others injured in a firecracker explosion during a religious procession in Punjab


Iran says foils cyberattack targeting internet providers Iran says foils cyberattack targeting internet providers

Telecommunication Minister Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi described the attack as "really massive" and "state-sponsored"


Pakistan leader apologises for posters offensive to Hindus Pakistan leader apologises for posters offensive to Hindus

 A Lahore-based leader of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) has issued an apology after he came under fire


Gunman kills at least 20 in Thai mall shooting Gunman kills at least 20 in Thai mall shooting

The soldier opened fire at different locations in the city, which is more than 250km from capital, Bangkok


Delhi woman cop shot dead allegedly by batchmate Delhi woman cop shot dead allegedly by batchmate

A woman police officer was shot dead in north-west Delhi allegedly by another cop on Friday night


New Delhi votes with Modi's popularity on the line New Delhi votes with Modi's popularity on the line

Residents lined up in long queues across New Delhi neighborhoods, where a total of 14.6 million voters are registered to cast ballots. Results will be declared on Tuesday


Many trapped as 3-storey building collapses in Punjab Many trapped as 3-storey building collapses in Punjab

Several people are feared trapped under the debris of a three-storey building that collapsed in Punjab's Mohali on Saturday


IS remains at center of transnational terrorism threat: UN IS remains at center of transnational terrorism threat: UN

The UN counter-terrorism chief on Friday said the Islamic State remains at the center of the transnational terrorism threat


18 militants killed in eastern Afghan province 18 militants killed in eastern Afghan province

Eighteen insurgents including a Taliban commander had been killed in operations in the eastern Laghman province


Indian PM Modi holds talks with Sri Lankan PM Mahinda Rajapaksa Modi holds talks with Sri Lankan PM Mahinda Rajapaksa

Mahinda Rajapaksa, elder brother of Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, arrives in India on Friday on a five-day visit


Cyclone Damien batters northwestern Australia Cyclone Damien batters northwestern Australia

The category-three storm brings winds of 150 kilometres per hour that are expected to strengthen to gusts of 220 kph as the cyclone further advances toward the coast

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