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SKorea virus cases more than double to 433
New confirmed coronavirus cases in South Korea have doubled to 433, with most patients linked to a church in Daegu and a hospital in Cheongdo county.


SKorea virus cases more than double to 433
New confirmed coronavirus cases in South Korea have doubled to 433, mostly linked to a church in Daegu and a hospital in Cheongdo county.


Virus has infected over 77,000 globally
The latest figures reported by each government's health authority as of Saturday.


Flash flood kills seven students in Java
Seven students have been killed by a flash flood on Indonesia's central Java island, a disaster management official says.


Seven-day Afghan truce period begins
A seven-period of reduced violence has begun in Afghanistan after the US declared it had reached an understanding with the Taliban militant group.


Thai court dissolves opposition party
Thailand's Constitutional Court has ordered the opposition Future Forward Party, which came third in general elections last year, dissolved over election fraud.


Stocks fall as coronavirus spreads
Global stock markets are trading lower as spreading coronavirus cases in Chna and other countries prompted a shift to safer assets.


Taliban, Afghan govt pact to cut violence
Afghanistan and Taliban forces have agreed to observe a a seven-day period of reduced violence starting midnight Friday.


SKorea scrambles as virus cases surge
Confirmed coronavirus cases in South Korea have doubled overnight to 204, many traced to a patient who attended church services in Daegu.


Asia currencies slip amid virus worries
Asian currencies have been dumped over worries about the economic impact of the coronavirus while the US dollar has jumped.


First virus death in SKorea, cases surge
South Korea has confirmed a surge in new coronavirus cases, a majority of which are linked to attendance of services at a Daegu-based church.


Coronavirus infected over 75,000 globally
The latest figures reported by each government's health authority as of Thursday.


Bus-truck collision kills 19 in India
A bus has collided head-on with a truck on a highway in southern India, killing at least 19 people, police say.


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