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Hong Kong facilities for storing dead bodies stretched as Covid deaths climb

Facilities for storing dead bodies at hospitals and public mortuaries in Hong Kong are struggling to keep pace with a record number of Covid-19 infections and deaths, eclipsing authorities attempts to control a deepening outbreak.

Hong Kong facilities for storing dead bodies stretched as Covid deaths climb

 
Created 22 December 2021
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Tiantai County of Taizhou: Birthplace of Hehe Culture (Video)

Aimed at improving global governance and addressing the common challenges of mankind, the 2021 Hehe Culture Global Forum was held in southeastern Zhejiang province’s Tiantai County on December 9.

 Tiantai County of Taizhou: The Birthplace of Hehe Culture

   
Created 22 December 2021
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Dozens feared missing after landslide at Myanmar jade mine

Dozens of people are feared missing after a landslide early on Wednesday at a jade mine in northern Myanmar, according to a civil society group and media reports.

Dozens feared missing after landslide at Myanmar jade mine

 

 
Created 22 December 2021
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Thailand reimposes quarantine for travelers to halt Omicron spread

Thailand reimposed mandatory coronavirus quarantine measures for foreign tourists on Tuesday, nixing a quarantine-free travel scheme as the kingdom seeks to stifle the spread of the Omicron variant.

Thailand reimposes quarantine for travelers to halt Omicron spread

   
Created 21 October 2021
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Philippines protests Beijing's 'provocative acts' in South China Sea

The Philippines has issued a diplomatic protest over Chinese vessels challenging its ships patrolling the South China Sea with sirens, horns and radio communications, its foreign ministry said on Wednesday.

Philippines protests Beijing's 'provocative acts' in South China Sea

 
Created 20 October 2021
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Tokyo aims to lift Covid-19 curbs on restaurants as cases fall: media

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government is aiming to ease Covid-19 restrictions on bars and restaurants next week as infections continue to decline, the Jiji news service said on Wednesday.

Tokyo aims to lift Covid-19 curbs on restaurants as cases fall: media

   
Created 19 October 2021
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Myanmar frees hundreds of political prisoners after ASEAN pressure

Myanmar's military government has freed hundreds of political prisoners from the notorious Insein prison, including Aung San Suu Kyi's party spokesman and a famous comedian Zarganar, local media reported.

Myanmar frees hundreds of political prisoners after ASEAN pressure

 
Created 19 October 2021
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North Korea fires one ballistic missile off its east coast, South Korea military says

North Korea fired one ballistic missile off its east coast on Tuesday, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said, as Seoul opens a major arms fair, spy chiefs meet to discuss the nuclear standoff, and South Korea prepares to launch a space rocket.

North Korea fires one ballistic missile off its east coast, South Korea military says

   
Created 18 October 2021
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China's GDP growth hits 1-year low as power crunch, bottlenecks choke output

China's economy grew at the slowest pace in a year in the third quarter, hurt by power shortages, supply bottlenecks and sporadic Covid-19 outbreaks and raising heat on policymakers amid rising jitters over the property sector.

China's GDP growth hits 1-year low as power crunch, bottlenecks choke output

 
Created 17 October 2021
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China tested new space capability with hypersonic missile: Financial Times

China has tested a new space capability with a hypersonic missile, the Financial Times reported on Saturday.

China tested new space capability with hypersonic missile: Financial Times

   

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