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Empty Japan stadiums could soon hear the sound of app-lause

Empty Japan stadiums could soon hear the sound of app-lause

A new Japanese smartphone app will allow fans to send virtual cheers and jeers to sports stadiums in the hope of creating atmosphere at matches played behind closed doors due to coronavirus.

Trump offers to mediate 'raging' India-China border dispute

Trump offers to mediate 'raging' India-China border dispute

US President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he had offered to mediate a standoff between India and China at the Himalayan border, where soldiers camped out in a high-altitude region have accused each other of trespassing

Wanted in Hollywood: Covid-19 consultants to help keep sets safe

Wanted in Hollywood: Covid-19 consultants to help keep sets safe

Along with hair stylists, camera operators and the hundreds of others who make magic happen for TV and film, Hollywood is counting on a new supporting member for future productions: Covid-19 consultants.

Twitter calls Trump tweets 'unsubstantiated' for the first time

Twitter calls Trump tweets 'unsubstantiated' for the first time

Twitter labelled two Donald Trump tweets "unsubstantiated" and accused him of making false claims Tuesday, a first for the social network

Americas emerge as new epicenter of coronavirus pandemic

Americas emerge as new epicenter of coronavirus pandemic

The Americas have emerged as the new epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, the World Health Organization (WHO) said, as outbreaks accelerate in Peru, Chile, El Salvador, Guatemala and Nicaragua.

India backs hydroxychloroquine for virus prevention

India backs hydroxychloroquine for virus prevention

India's top biomedical research body on Tuesday backed the use of the anti-malarial hydroxychloroquine as a preventive against coronavirus, after the WHO suspended clinical trials of the drug over safety concerns.

Korea examines first suspected cases of syndrome in kids linked to Covid-19

Korea examines first suspected cases of syndrome in kids linked to Covid-19

Two children who are the first suspected cases in South Korea of a rare, life-threatening syndrome linked with the new coronavirus, are recovering following treatment, health authorities said on Wednesday.

Hong Kong police arrest 300 as thousands protest over security laws

Hong Kong police arrest 300 as thousands protest over security laws

Police in Hong Kong fired pepper pellets and made 300 arrests as thousands of people took to the streets on Wednesday to voice anger over national security legislation proposed by China, that has raised international alarm over freedoms in the city.

Proposed health code app sparks anger in China

Proposed health code app sparks anger in China

A Chinese local government’s proposal for a post-coronavirus health app that ranks citizens based on their smoking, drinking, exercise and sleep habits has sparked fury online over privacy concerns.

HK police issue warning amid calls for new demonstrations

HK police issue warning amid calls for new demonstrations

Hong Kong police issued a warning late yesterday that they would not tolerate disruptions to public order, after activists circulated calls online for fresh demonstrations today.

Centre, states get court notice on migrant crisis

Centre, states get court notice on migrant crisis

The Supreme Court yesterday took suo motu cognizance of problems of migrant labourers who were stranded in different parts of the country during the nationwide lockdown to contain Covid-19 outbreak.

10 days of mourning for virus victims in Spain

10 days of mourning for virus victims in Spain

Spain is to hold 10 days of official mourning for victims of the coronavirus epidemic that has so far claimed more than 27,000 lives, the government said yesterday.

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