U.S. and Thai marines take part in annual amphibious assault drill

U.S. and Thai marines take part in annual amphibious assault drill 0

🕔12:42, 29.Feb 2020

U.S. and Thai marines took part in an annual amphibious assault drills at a Thai naval base in eastern Chonburi province. The drill was part of the 39th annual Cobra Gold, a war games event attended by soldiers from 27

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Iran’s deaths at least 210, hospital sources say

Iran’s deaths at least 210, hospital sources say 0

🕔12:37, 29.Feb 2020

According to the sources in Iran’s health system, at least 210 people in the country have died as a result of the new coronavirus disease. Most of the victims are from the capital, Tehran, and the city of Qom, where

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The President says relevant ministries should take responsibility for making room for protests

The President says relevant ministries should take responsibility for making room for protests 0

🕔12:21, 29.Feb 2020

President Gotabhaya Rajapakse says the relevant ministries should take the responsibilities for making room for those demonstrations. He made these remarks addressing the ceremony to present governmental bodies, which have achieved a high-performance level in the year 2018, with awards.

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Patriotic Sri Lankans handed over a letter to the UNHRC in protest of the Commissioner’s oral updates

Patriotic Sri Lankans handed over a letter to the UNHRC in protest of the Commissioner’s oral updates 0

🕔12:18, 29.Feb 2020

Patriotic Sri Lankans living in the Europe handed over a letter to the Head Office of the UNHRC yesterday in protest of the UN Human Rights High Commissioner’s oral updates against Sri Lanka. Minister of Foreign Affairs Dinesh Gunawardena reiterated

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South Korea and U.S. indefinitely postpone joint military drills over coronavirus

South Korea and U.S. indefinitely postpone joint military drills over coronavirus 0

🕔12:56, 27.Feb 2020

South Korea and the United States will postpone joint military drills until further notice, defense officials in Seoul said on Thursday (February 27), amid a growing coronavirus outbreak in South Korea that has now infected soldiers from both countries. The

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Business District remains closed during Wuhan’s lockdown

Business District remains closed during Wuhan’s lockdown 0

🕔12:52, 27.Feb 2020

 Wuhan’s business districts remain deserted during the city’s lockdown due to China’s coronavirus outbreak in late January. Guanggu Shopping circle and Wushang Plaza remained shut on Wednesday (February 26) due to Chinese authority’s strict requirements to ask citizens to stay

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Seoul disinfects buses amid virus outbreak

Seoul disinfects buses amid virus outbreak 0

🕔12:45, 27.Feb 2020

Hundreds of buses in South Korean capital Seoul were fumigated on Wednesday (February 26), amid rising coronavirus cases across the country. Seoul Facilities Corporation said they disinfected a total of 465 buses at public car park on Wednesday afternoon. Since

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Mexicans protest arrival of cruise ship amidst coronavirus fears

Mexicans protest arrival of cruise ship amidst coronavirus fears 0

🕔12:40, 27.Feb 2020

A group of Mexicans protested at the popular resort city of Cozumel on Wednesday (February 26) night against the docking a cruise ship that was at the centre of a coronavirus scare in the Caribbean. The cruise ship with more

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Sri Lanka crush West Indies by 161 runs to clinch series

Sri Lanka crush West Indies by 161 runs to clinch series 0

🕔12:30, 27.Feb 2020

Sri Lanka crushed West Indies by 161 runs in the second one-day international to clinch the series in Hambantota on Wednesday.Chasing 346 for victory, West Indies were bowled out for 184 in 39.1 overs with wrist spinners Wanindu Hasaranga and

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Over 80,000 confirmed coronavirus cases reported globally with over 2,700 deaths

Over 80,000 confirmed coronavirus cases reported globally with over 2,700 deaths 0

🕔12:28, 27.Feb 2020

The novel coronavirus disease has now infected more than 80,000 globally and killed at least 2,700. The number of confirmed cases on the Chinese mainland stood at 45,604, including 8,752 severe cases. The overall confirmed cases had reached 78,064, and

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