Coronavirus: Chinese hospitals in chaos as lockdown spreads to affect 33m people. Public transport suspended in at least 10 cities as death toll rises and heath care centres struggle to cope with influx of patients.
The death toll from a new flu-like coronavirus in China rose to nine on Wednesday with 440 confirmed cases, Chinese health officials said as authorities stepped up efforts to control the outbreak by discouraging public gatherings in Hubei province.
“Our house is still on fire,” Thunberg said in her speech, repeating her remarks at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum a year ago.
Prolonged series of legal battles expected over the fate of Huawei’s finance chief and daughter of its founder, Ren Zhengfei
Hundreds of migrants who waded across a river on Mexico's southern border have been stopped from entering the country on their way to the US.
With millions of Asians traveling on Tuesday for the Lunar New Year holiday, authorities in China confirmed that a new virus could be spread through human contact, reporting 15 medical staff had been infected and a fourth person had died.
Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert begs Scott Morrison to help get her out of Iranian jail.
Letter comes as human rights groups urge foreign governments to take a stronger line with Tehran