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Call of Duty 2021 game will be set in 1950s during Korean War: Report
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Call of Duty 2021 game will be set in 1950s during Korean War: Report

If the Korean War is indeed the milieu of the new title, it will be the first time that COD is focusing on the war.

Vietnam's inaugural Grand Prix next year in doubt after arrest of former Hanoi mayor Nguyen Duc Chung
Sports

Vietnam's inaugural Grand Prix next year in doubt after arrest of former Hanoi mayor Nguyen Duc Chung

Vietnam's inaugural Formula One Grand Prix "might not happen" next year, a source told AFP on Tuesday, as a report said it had been dropped from the 2021 calendar following the arrest of a key official.

Vietnam: 16 dead, several missing after Typhoon Molave makes landfall in central provinces
World

Vietnam: 16 dead, several missing after Typhoon Molave makes landfall in central provinces

Following two separate landslides triggered by the typhoon in central Vietnam, 53 people on Wednesday were reported missing across two villages in Quang Nam province

New Zealand stamps out coronavirus for a second time, lifts restrictions after no new cases in Auckland
World

New Zealand stamps out coronavirus for a second time, lifts restrictions after no new cases in Auckland

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, who is facing re-election next week, called the reopening a validation of the country’s “go hard, go early” response. However, experts warned that an elimination strategy may not be viable in the absence of a vaccine

US charges 5 Chinese, 2 Malaysian citizens with hacking over 100 companies; India, Vietnam, UK networks targetted
World

US charges 5 Chinese, 2 Malaysian citizens with hacking over 100 companies; India, Vietnam, UK networks targetted

In the attacks, the conspirators installed 'Cobalt Strike' malware on Indian government-protected computers, the indictment said

US sends aircraft carriers to South China Sea during Beijing's five-day-long drills in region
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US sends aircraft carriers to South China Sea during Beijing's five-day-long drills in region

China and US have accused each other of stoking tension in the strategic waterway at a time of strained relations over everything from the new coronavirus to trade to Hong Kong.

COVID-19 outbreak: UK opens quarantine-free travel corridors to ‘lower risk’ countries; India, US excluded
World

COVID-19 outbreak: UK opens quarantine-free travel corridors to ‘lower risk’ countries; India, US excluded

The list containing countries posing "a reduced risk" from the deadly coronavirus includes European destinations of Germany, France, Spain and Italy as well as Australia and New Zealand.

Spike Lee's Da 5 Bloods — about Black soldiers in 'Vietnam War' — can't rise above American imperialism
Entertainment

Spike Lee's Da 5 Bloods — about Black soldiers in 'Vietnam War' — can't rise above American imperialism

Da 5 Bloods director Spike Lee's anti-racist critique could not overcome his subconscious investment in American imperialism.

Galwan Valley clashes may have been China's pushback against efforts to thwart its ambitions for Indo-Pacific region
World

Galwan Valley clashes may have been China's pushback against efforts to thwart its ambitions for Indo-Pacific region

In the days since the violent face-off took place between the soldiers of the Indian Army and the People's Liberation Army in Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh, the Chinese media has time and again brought the US and its Indo-Pacific Strategy into the conversation

Da 5 Bloods movie review: Spike Lee turns Vietnam War into ambitious manifesto on racism and reparations
Entertainment

Da 5 Bloods movie review: Spike Lee turns Vietnam War into ambitious manifesto on racism and reparations

Gifted with chilling foresight, Spike Lee offers a meditation on current circumstances by looking through the prism of the past.

Why China’s habit of picking fights with India and other middle powers is not a smart strategy
World

Why China’s habit of picking fights with India and other middle powers is not a smart strategy

In bullying lesser powers, China is also shaping their strategic choices and forcing the nations into changing their external posture for a greater balancing manoeuvre.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Vietnam's top-flight football league resumes with fans in attendance
Sports

Coronavirus Outbreak: Vietnam's top-flight football league resumes with fans in attendance

Football was back and so were the spectators in Vietnam on Friday when the top domestic league resumed after the coronavirus shutdown.

Britain's COVID-19 toll crosses 30,000 mark as authorities begin trial of contact tracing app to contain spread of coronavirus
World

Britain's COVID-19 toll crosses 30,000 mark as authorities begin trial of contact tracing app to contain spread of coronavirus

Britain on Tuesday became the first country in Europe to confirm more than 30,000 coronavirus deaths, and infections rose sharply again in Russia, even as other nations made great strides in containing the scourge

USCIRF names India among 14 'countries of particular concern', cites CAA and Delhi riots in annual report on religious freedom
India

USCIRF names India among 14 'countries of particular concern', cites CAA and Delhi riots in annual report on religious freedom

In the 2020 edition of its annual report on International Religious Freedom, the USCIRF alleged that in 2019, the Government of India used its strengthened parliamentary majority to institute national-level policies violating religious freedom across the country, especially for Muslims

Asia's factory activity plunges as coronavirus shock deepens; Japan, South Korea witness sharp fall in exports
Business

Asia's factory activity plunges as coronavirus shock deepens; Japan, South Korea witness sharp fall in exports

Factory activity contracted sharply across most of Asia in March as the coronavirus pandemic paralyzed economic activity across the globe, with sharp falls in export power-houses Japan and South Korea overshadowing a modest improvement in China

Road to Mekong: Piya Bahadur chronicles how four women on bikes ranged deep into South-East Asia
Life

Road to Mekong: Piya Bahadur chronicles how four women on bikes ranged deep into South-East Asia

In Road to Mekong, Piya Bahadur chronicles her unique journey through South-East Asia, along with three other women who left their 'regular lives' to travel from Hyderabad, through the East Indian Coast and the North-East of India, past Myanmar, Thailand, Laos and Vietnam along the river Mekong, and ultimately, to Cambodia.

COVID-19: Nine travellers quarantined in Maharashtra; no confirmed case of coronavirus so far
India

COVID-19: Nine travellers quarantined in Maharashtra; no confirmed case of coronavirus so far

As many as 161 travelers admitted to isolation wards of hospitals in Maharashtra tested negative for the coronavirus (COVID-19), and currently only nine persons are quarantined

Rise in anti-Asian sentiment following coronavirus outbreak is hardly a new phenomenon, experts say
World

Rise in anti-Asian sentiment following coronavirus outbreak is hardly a new phenomenon, experts say

To historians and public health researchers, the racialized responses to the emerging coronavirus are nothing new. From 14th century plague to HIV/AIDS and the recent round of Ebola, infectious disease outbreaks have often coincided with surges of prejudice and marginalization.

Coronavirus outbreak spreads to more countries as new cases slow in China; alarming clusters of disease continue to swell in South Korea, Italy, Iran
World

Coronavirus outbreak spreads to more countries as new cases slow in China; alarming clusters of disease continue to swell in South Korea, Italy, Iran

The coronavirus spread to ever more countries and world capitals Monday, and the US death toll climbed to six , even as new cases in China dropped to their lowest level in over a month.

US postpones southeast Asian leaders' March meeting due to coronavirus spread, say reports
India

US postpones southeast Asian leaders' March meeting due to coronavirus spread, say reports

The United States has postponed a meeting of leaders of southeast Asian nations that was set for Las Vegas in mid-March due to the spread of the coronavirus, a senior Trump administration official said Friday