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Asia Today: Seoul tightens virus rules, shuts nightclubs
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea is imposing stricter social distancing rules in the greater Seoul area to fight a coronavirus resurgence, as the country registered more than 300 new cases for the fifth straight day. Health Minister Park Neung-hoo said Sunday that authorities have found 62 virus clusters in the past two weeks.
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ADB study points to favorable outcomes for tricycle drivers borrowing from fintech firms
TRICYCLE DRIVERS that availed of loans from financial technology (fintech) companies en route to owning their vehicles improved their earnings considerably despite working fewer hours compared to those that did not take out loans, according to a survey by the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
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Filipino scientist cites rising diseases due to warmer temperature
CONCRETE action is needed now to address the climate crisis so that nations across the world, particularly in southeast Asia, can prevent the emergence of diseases, a Filipino doctor said on Friday. In a virtual briefing, Renzo R. Guinto, chief planetary doctor of think-and-do tank PH Lab, said a....
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Asia Today: Seoul tightens virus rules, shuts nightclubs
Under the rules, nightclubs and other high-risk entertainment facilities must shut down and late-night dining at restaurants will be banned. Customers won't be allowed to drink or eat inside coffee shops, internet cafes or fitness centers, while audiences at sports events will be limited to 10% of the stadium’s capacity.
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Asia Today: Seoul tightens virus rules, shuts nightclubs
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea is imposing stricter social distancing rules in the greater Seoul area to fight a coronavirus resurgence, as the country registered more than 300 new cases for the fifth straight day. Health Minister Park Neung-hoo said Sunday that authorities have found 62 virus clusters in the past two weeks.
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WHO warns of COVID-19 third wave, says Europe failed to learn from Asia
The World Health Organization's special COVID-19 envoy David Nabarro told a newspaper in Switzerland that Europe was likely to see a third wave of the deadly COVID-19 pandemic in early 2021 before a vaccine can be introduced. "They missed building up the necessary infrastructure during the summer....
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Asia Today: Seoul tightens virus rules, shuts nightclubs
Under the rules, nightclubs and other high-risk entertainment facilities must shut down and late-night dining at restaurants will be banned. Customers won't be allowed to drink or eat inside coffee shops, internet cafes or fitness centers, while audiences at sports events will be limited to 10% of the stadium’s capacity.
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Asia Today: Seoul tightens virus rules, shuts nightclubs
TOKYO – South Korea is imposing stricter social distancing rules in the greater Seoul area to fight a coronavirus resurgence, as the country registered more than 300 new cases for the fifth straight day. Health Minister Park Neung-hoo said Sunday that authorities have found 62 virus clusters in the past two weeks.
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Contributed by NAMPA / Associated Press. Asia Today: Seoul tightens virus rules, shuts nightclubs
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Asia Today: Seoul tightens virus rules, shuts nightclubs
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea says it will impose stricter social distancing rules in the greater Seoul area to fight a coronavirus resurgence, as the country registered more than 300 new cases for the fifth straight day. Health Minister Park Neung-hoo said Sunday that authorities have found 62 virus clusters in the past two weeks.
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Asia Today: Seoul tightens virus rules, shuts nightclubs
SEOUL, South Korea -- South Korea is imposing stricter social distancing rules in the greater Seoul area to fight a coronavirus resurgence, as the country registered more than 300 new cases for the fifth straight day. Health Minister Park Neung-hoo said Sunday that authorities have found 62 virus clusters in the past two weeks.
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Asia Today: Seoul tightens virus rules, shuts nightclubs
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea says it will impose stricter social distancing rules in the greater Seoul area to fight a coronavirus resurgence, as the country registered more than 300 new cases for the fifth straight day. Health Minister Park Neung-hoo said Sunday that authorities have found 62 virus clusters in the past two weeks.
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Cricket Australia inks deal to broadcast 2020-21 season in 70 countries
As Australia gears up for an exciting cricketing summer, Cricket Australia has inked a deal with streaming platform LIVENow. According to this agreement, country’s 2020-21 season will be aired in 70 nations across Europe and Asia. The deal includes all the international fixtures for India’s 2-month....
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Construction of JB-Singapore RTS project begins
JOHOR BARU (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - The ground-breaking ceremony for the Rapid Transit System Link (RTS) project linking Johor Baru and Singapore was carried out at the Bukit Chagar Immigration, Customs and Quarantine (ICQ) site on Sunday (Nov 22).
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Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Affirms a Pro-American Worldview
Boris Johnson has been urged to grant asylum to a Pakistani Christian girl who was forced to marry a Muslim man accused of abducting and raping her at gunpoint. The family of the 14-year-old girl claims that she was kidnapped by Mohamad Nakash last year, who used blackmail and threats of violence to....
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Asia Today: Seoul tightens virus rules, shuts nightclubs
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Asia Today: Seoul tightens virus rules, shuts nightclubs
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea is imposing stricter social distancing rules in the greater Seoul area to fight a coronavirus resurgence, as the country registered more than 300 new cases for the fifth straight day. Health Minister Park Neung-hoo said Sunday that authorities have found 62 virus clusters in the past two weeks.
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Asia review – mesmerising mother-daughter drama
A mother and a teenage daughter, not quite estranged but locked into diverging paths, are forced to find common ground when the daughter’s degenerative disease deteriorates and it becomes clear that her life is about to end before her story has properly started.
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Contributed by NAMPA / Associated Press. Asia Today: Cases in Japan hit record amid holiday travel
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Masia fastest in Warm Up, Arbolino second
Leopard Racing's Jaume Masia topped Moto3™ Warm Up with a 1:48.582 at the Grande Premio MEO de Portugal, the Spaniard beat title-chasing Tony Arbolino (Rivacold Snipers Team) by less than a tenth. Dennis Foggia (Leopard Racing) was also less than a tenth off his teammate as excitement, tension and....
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Asia Today: Cases in Japan hit record amid holiday travel
TOKYO (AP) — The daily tally of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Japan hit a record for the fourth day at 2,508, the Health Ministry said Sunday. Japan has had fewer than 2,000 coronavirus-related deaths so far, avoiding the toll of harder hit nations. But fears are growing about another surge.
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Asia Album: University student crowned Miss Vietnam in beauty contest
Do Thi Ha (C), winner of the Miss Vietnam 2020 beauty contest, poses for photos during the finals of the contest in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, on Nov. 20, 2020. (VNA via Xinhua) HANOI, Nov. 22 (Xinhua) -- Do Thi Ha, a 20-year-old university student from central Vietnam's province of Thanh Hoa, has....
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DIFC signs agreement with Israel’s Bank Hapoalim
The alliance will enable Bank Hapoalim to access banking and innovation opportunities in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia through the DIFC platform. Both parties will work together by sharing knowledge, hosting delegations and promoting industry events.
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South-East Asia
With a parade of people dressed in dinosaur costumes to represent Thailand’s establishment, high school students led a protest by thousands of people in Bangkok on Saturday. Anti-government demonstrations have grown bolder, even insulting the king, but reform remains elusive and fears of a crackdown persist.
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FIBA: Young vets Go, Nieto ready for leadership roles in Gilas
MANILA, Philippines -- While it is true that the Gilas Pilipinas team competing in the upcoming FIBA Asia Cup 2021 qualifying window is a youthful one, the players are not entirely devoid of experience when it comes to international basketball. With PBA players either still competing in the....
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15 countries form world's largest trade bloc
SINGAPORE, 5 days ago The world's largest trading bloc, covering nearly a third of the global economy, has been formed by 15 countries including China, Japan and Australia. The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) is made up of 10 Southeast Asian countries, as well as South Korea,....
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