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Coronavirus Outbreak: Wuhan ends 76-day lockdown amid concerns of rebound in infections; China reports 62 new cases
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Wuhan ends 76-day lockdown amid concerns of rebound in infections; China reports 62 new cases

Chinese health authority said on Wednesday that 62 new confirmed COVID-19 cases were reported on the Chinese mainland on Tuesday

Coronavirus Outbreak: Sale of dog, cat meat banned in China’s Shenzhen from 1 May; one local confirmed positive over 24 hours
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Sale of dog, cat meat banned in China’s Shenzhen from 1 May; one local confirmed positive over 24 hours

The Chinese city of Shenzhen has banned the eating of dogs and cats as part of a wider clampdown on the wildlife trade since the emergence of the new coronavirus

Coronavirus is sparing children and largely affecting the ill and aged — infection experts explain why
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Coronavirus is sparing children and largely affecting the ill and aged — infection experts explain why

Experts have theorised that younger people are being infected, too, but developing a relatively milder infection.

Foxconn plans for all China factories to return to production by late-Feb: Source
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Foxconn plans for all China factories to return to production by late-Feb: Source

The Taiwanese smartphone company aims to gradually restart operations at factories in China next week.

China confirms 3 dead, 139 fresh cases of coronavirus reported over weekend as virus spreads to new cities including Shenzhen, Beijing
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China confirms 3 dead, 139 fresh cases of coronavirus reported over weekend as virus spreads to new cities including Shenzhen, Beijing

An outbreak of coronavirus in China is spreading to more cities, Chinese authorities reported on Monday, with 139 new cases found over the weekend, including a third death.

Delhi Metro launches free WiFi services inside trains on Airport Express Line; facility is first of its kind in South Asia
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Delhi Metro launches free WiFi services inside trains on Airport Express Line; facility is first of its kind in South Asia

The 22.7-kilometres swankiest line on the Delhi Metro network has six stations, and eight trains ply on this corridor

Chinese scientist who created genetically-edited babies gets fined, 3 years in prison
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Chinese scientist who created genetically-edited babies gets fined, 3 years in prison

His work had resulted in a third genetically edited baby, who had been undisclosed till earlier this week, by Chinese media.

American journalist  shares viral video featuring robot room service in Shanghai hotel; here’s how Twitter reacted
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American journalist shares viral video featuring robot room service in Shanghai hotel; here’s how Twitter reacted

Twitterati was stunned after the video went viral and a few thought it to be cute, while others had suggestions to make the robot more generous. Some users even asked "Did you have to tip?"

WTA Finals 2019: Petra Kvitova's injury-marred season given silver lining with qualification for year-ending tournament
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WTA Finals 2019: Petra Kvitova's injury-marred season given silver lining with qualification for year-ending tournament

Instead of training in the run-up to Shenzhen, Kvitova has spent time with her family to rest both her body and mind

Wuhan Open 2019: Simona Halep looks to improve record in Asia, advances to last 16 with emphatic win over Barbara Strycova
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Wuhan Open 2019: Simona Halep looks to improve record in Asia, advances to last 16 with emphatic win over Barbara Strycova

Sixth-ranked Halep is a solid contender for clinching one of the six remaining spots in the WTA Finals in Shenzhen

Hong Kong protests: Several sports and entertainment events delayed or cancelled as tensions continue to flare in financial hub
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Hong Kong protests: Several sports and entertainment events delayed or cancelled as tensions continue to flare in financial hub

One of Hong Kong's most prestigious sporting tournaments became the latest victim of the huge protests convulsing the city as a growing roster of events and entertainment acts pull out of the financial hub.

Hong Kong students boycott classes, plan second day of pro-democracy rallies amid growing political crisis in city
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Hong Kong students boycott classes, plan second day of pro-democracy rallies amid growing political crisis in city

Hong Kong school and university students are due to boycott classes and hold pro-democracy rallies for the second straight day, further fuelling the political crisis in the Chinese-ruled city

Hong Kong students plan to strike on first day of school; wear gas masks, goggles and hard hats amid public protests
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Hong Kong students plan to strike on first day of school; wear gas masks, goggles and hard hats amid public protests

High school students in Hong Kong added gas masks, goggles and hard hats to their formal white uniforms as they planned a strike on the first day of school to show their commitment to a fiery anti-government protest movement.

Pro-democracy Hong Kong women protesters face online harassment by suspected pro-Beijing trolls; receive rape threats, doctored photos
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Pro-democracy Hong Kong women protesters face online harassment by suspected pro-Beijing trolls; receive rape threats, doctored photos

Rape threats, body-shaming and doctored photos — women supporting the anti-government protests in Hong Kong say they are being harassed online by suspected pro-Beijing trolls.

Hong Kong's pro-democracy protesters disrupt air travel; train, bus services suspended after violent clashes with police
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Hong Kong's pro-democracy protesters disrupt air travel; train, bus services suspended after violent clashes with police

Anti-government protesters blocked roads near Hong Kong's airport with burning barricades and damaged a train station on Sunday after a night of violent clashes with police.

Hong Kong protests: Pro-democracy activists block some routes to city's airport after another night of violent protests
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Hong Kong protests: Pro-democracy activists block some routes to city's airport after another night of violent protests

Black-clad protesters, hid under umbrellas, built barricades at airport bus station and attempted to stop traffic on main road leading to terminals

Hong Kong protests: Police use water cannons, tear gas on demonstrators defying rally ban outside parliament
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Hong Kong protests: Police use water cannons, tear gas on demonstrators defying rally ban outside parliament

Police fired water cannon and tear gas at Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters massed outside the city's parliament on Saturday.

UK consulate staffer returns to Hong Kong after detention in China over charges of breaking public security laws
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UK consulate staffer returns to Hong Kong after detention in China over charges of breaking public security laws

A British consulate employee detained in China has returned to Hong Kong, his family said Saturday.

Original Mulan voice star,  Ming-Na Wen, reacts to remake controversy amid Hongkong protests: Hope to find a good resolution
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Original Mulan voice star, Ming-Na Wen, reacts to remake controversy amid Hongkong protests: Hope to find a good resolution

Crystal Liu Yifei, star of Disney’s upcoming live-action Mulan remake faced an online backlash after sharing her support for the Hong Kong police.

Hong Kong braces for multiple anti-govt protesters targeting airport this week as tensions between China, western countries rise
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Hong Kong braces for multiple anti-govt protesters targeting airport this week as tensions between China, western countries rise

Hong Kong braced for multiple anti-government demonstrations on Friday and a 'stress test' of the airport this weekend