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Exclusive: India asks court to stymie potential challenge to Chinese app ban - Reuters

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Submitted 1 day(s) ago by system

India's government has petitioned a state court to stop any of the Chinese companies whose 59 apps it recently banned from obtaining an injunction to block the order, according to two sources and the legal filing.

Uneasy calm in Ethiopia after protests, official death toll doubles - Reuters

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Submitted 7 day(s) ago by system

More than 166 people were killed during anti-government protests in Ethiopia last week, the government said on Sunday, as the capital and other hotspots remained closely guarded by security forces and a blanket Internet shutdown entered its sixth day.

UK's top senior civil servant steps down as Johnson adviser seeks change - Reuters

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Submitted 13 day(s) ago by system

Britain's most senior civil servant stepped down on Sunday after reports of clashes with Prime Minister Boris Johnson's top political adviser, part of what is expected to be a wider shake up of officials at the heart of power.

China likely lost at least 40 soldiers in border clash: Indian minister - Reuters

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Submitted 21 day(s) ago by system

China lost at least 40 soldiers in a clash with India at their disputed border this week, a federal government minister has said, as the nuclear-armed countries remained locked in confrontation on the frontline on Sunday.

North Korea prepares anti-South leaflets amid heightened tensions - Reuters

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Submitted 22 day(s) ago by system

North Korea is gearing up to send propaganda leaflets over its southern border, denouncing North Korean defectors and South Korea, its state media said on Saturday, the latest retaliation for leaflets from the South as bilateral tensions rise.

Taiwan scrambles to ready for influx from Hong Kong protests - Reuters

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Submitted 31 day(s) ago by system

Taiwan is gearing up to welcome Hong Kong people fleeing their city as China tightens its grip, but the island has little experience of handling refugees and is scrambling to prepare and to keep out any Chinese spies who might try to join the influx.

Australia won't be intimidated in row with China: PM Morrison - Reuters

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Submitted 31 day(s) ago by system

Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Thursday he would not be intimidated by "coercion" after China restricted some Australian exports and urged Chinese tourists and students to avoid Australia.

North Korean leader's sister emerges as policymaker in spat with South Korea - Reuters

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Submitted 32 day(s) ago by system

The sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is taking a leading role in a new, more hard-line pressure campaign against South Korea, highlighting what analysts say is a substantive policy role that goes beyond being her brother's assistant.

Hong Kongers to mark Tiananmen anniversary with candles, online vigil - Reuters

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Submitted 38 day(s) ago by system

People in Hong Kong planned to light candles across the city on Thursday to commemorate the bloody 1989 crackdown by Chinese troops in and around Tiananmen Square, circumventing a ban on the usual public gathering amid the coronavirus pandemic.

England risks COVID-19 resurgence by ending lockdown too soon, scientific advisers say - Reuters

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Submitted 43 day(s) ago by system

England risks losing control of the coronavirus pandemic again and is at a "very dangerous moment" as it starts to ease out of the COVID-19 lockdown, senior scientific and medical advisers warned on Saturday.

U.S. and China fight at United Nations over Hong Kong - Reuters

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Submitted 45 day(s) ago by system

The United States and China clashed over Hong Kong at the United Nations on Wednesday after Beijing opposed a request by Washington for the Security Council to meet over China's plan to impose new national security legislation on the territory.

China's Hong Kong law set to bar foreign judges from national security cases: sources - Reuters

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Submitted 47 day(s) ago by system

Beijing's planned national security legislation for Hong Kong is set to block its foreign judges from handling national security trials, people familiar with the matter said, which would exacerbate concerns about the city's judicial independence.

'What planet are they on?' No respite for UK's Johnson and aide - Reuters

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Submitted 48 day(s) ago by system

Prime Minister Boris Johnson faced mutiny in his party and fury across Britain on Monday for refusing to sack his closest aide Dominic Cummings, accused of flouting the coronavirus lockdown by driving 250 miles from London.

'This virus may never go away,' WHO says - Reuters

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Submitted 60 day(s) ago by system

The coronavirus that causes COVID-19 could become endemic like HIV, the World Health Organization said on Wednesday, warning against any attempt to predict how long it would keep circulating and calling for a "massive effort" to counter it.

Afghanistan likely facing coronavirus 'health disaster': U.S. watchdog - Reuters

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Submitted 72 day(s) ago by system

Afghanistan, beset by a poor healthcare system, malnutrition, war and other vulnerabilities, likely is facing a "health disaster" from the coronavirus, a watchdog report to the U.S. Congress warns.

Some countries tiptoe out of lockdowns, but UK sits tight - Reuters

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Submitted 74 day(s) ago by system

Countries from Italy to New Zealand have announced the easing of coronavirus lockdowns but British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, back at work on Monday after being in intensive care with COVID-19, said it was too soon to relax the restrictions.

Satellite images of luxury boats further suggest North Korea's Kim at favoured villa: experts - Reuters

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Submitted 74 day(s) ago by system

Satellite imagery showing recent movements of luxury boats often used by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and his entourage near Wonsan provide further indications he has been at the coastal resort, according to experts who monitor the reclusive regime.

UK at 'dangerous' stage, no lockdown exit strategy in sight - Reuters

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Submitted 77 day(s) ago by system

Britain's stand-in leader resisted pressure on Sunday to explain how the government plans to ease a coronavirus lockdown that has been in place for a month, warning that hasty action could result in a second peak of infections.

Trump thinks report was incorrect on illness of North Korea's Kim Jong Un - Reuters

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Submitted 79 day(s) ago by system

U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday threw more cold water on reports that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was gravely ill, but declined to say if he had been in touch with officials there.

German court opens first Syria torture trial - Reuters

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Submitted 80 day(s) ago by system

Two suspected members of President Bashar al-Assad's security services had charges of torture and sexual assault read out against them on Thursday in a German court, in what lawyers say is the first trial for war crimes by Syrian government agents.

U.N. chief says 'not the time' to reduce WHO resources after Trump announcement - Reuters

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Submitted 88 day(s) ago by system

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Tuesday it was "not the time" to reduce resources for the World Health Organization after President Donald Trump halted U.S. funding over the body's handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

U.S. to Iran: Coronavirus won't save you from sanctions - Reuters

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Submitted 114 day(s) ago by system

The United States sent Iran a blunt message this week: the spread of the coronavirus will not save it from U.S. sanctions that are choking off its oil revenues and isolating its economy.

Canada will not rule out border closures; medical officer urges strong action against outbreak - Reuters

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Submitted 118 day(s) ago by system

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Sunday would not rule out closing borders to combat a coronavirus outbreak, while the chief medical officer said time was running out to prevent a spike in cases.

U.S. says to reduce employees at Chinese media; China hints of response - Reuters

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Submitted 131 day(s) ago by noklpopl

The United States on Monday said it was slashing the number of Chinese nationals permitted to work at the U.S. offices of major Chinese state-owned media outlets to retaliate against Beijing's "long-standing intimidation and harassment of journalists."

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