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The Strikes of Myanmar Official Begin to Bite

Hospitals that are open to the public are deserted. The government departments were left dark. And trains are not leaving the stations, either. Many Myanmar

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Clashes in the Capital of Bangladesh after Writer dies in jail

On Friday (Feb 26), students clashed with police in the capital of Bangladesh as outrage mounted at the death of a writer and government critic

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Bill for Roll-Out of Vaccine COVID-19 Duterte signs in the Philippines

On Friday (Feb 26), Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte signed into law a bill that grants vaccine manufacturers coverage if their COVID-19 shots cause adverse side

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South Korea enables Health Workers to Squeeze additional doses of COVID-19 Vials

The Disease Control and Prevention Agency of South Korea has allowed health workers to squeeze additional doses from coronavirus vaccine vials developed by AstraZeneca and

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The Philippines Continues until Late March to extend Partial COVID-19 Capital Cuts

As the country awaits the arrival of vaccinations, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte extended partial coronavirus curbs in the capital until the end of March, the

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Under ‘No Duty’ to accept Stranded Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh

Bangladesh has “no duty” to shelter 81 Rohingya Muslim refugees stranded on the Andaman Sea for nearly two weeks and helped by India, according to

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Myanmar’s UN Ambassador appeals to the International Community to Intervene to put an end to the Military Coup

Myanmar’s UN Ambassador Kyaw Moe Tun, speaking on behalf of the country’s elected civilian government, which was deposed by a military coup on February 1,

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Briton Jailed for Violating the Strict Quarantine Laws of Singapore

After sneaking out of his hotel room to visit his then fiancée while serving two weeks of compulsory coronavirus quarantine in the city-state, a Singapore

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Hopeful but Suspicious Kashmir Villagers After India and Pakistan Agree to Stop the Fire

Villagers living on both sides of the Control Line separating Kashmir’s Himalayan area welcomed an agreement between India and Pakistan, long-time rivals, to stop shelling

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Cautious about the Global Economy, Japan Urges Support for Poor Nations

Because of confusion about coronavirus vaccines and variants, the global economy warrants caution, while Japan’s economy shows signs of recovery with low infections, Japanese Finance