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A worker eats his meal near preparations for a national memorial with a Chinese national flag flown at half staff in Wuhan in central China's Hubei province on Friday, April 3, 2020. Sidewalk vendors wearing face masks and gloves sold pork, tomatoes, carrots and other vegetables to shoppers Friday in the Chinese city where the coronavirus pandemic began as workers prepared for a national memorial this weekend for health workers and others who died in the outbreak. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
Vendors return in Wuhan as China prepares virus memorialSidewalk vegetable markets are reopening in the Chinese city where the coronavirus pandemic began as residents prepare for a weekend memorial for health workers and others who died in the outbreak
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Brokerage worker loses paternity leave appeal in JapanA Japanese court has rejected a request by a former brokerage manager to get his job back after he took paternity leave at Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley
The Associated Press10 hours ago
Man accused of killing US journalist to stay in prison A Pakistani provincial government has ordered a British Pakistani man whose conviction in the kidnapping and killing of a U.S. journalist was overturned to remain in custody for three months
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In this Thursday, April 2, 2020, photo, residents cross the expressway gate at the border into Wuhan city in central China's Hubei province. Millions of Chinese workers are streaming back to factories, shops and offices but many still face anti-coronavirus controls that add to their financial losses and aggravation. In Wuhan police require a health check and documents from employers for returning workers. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
Chinese struggle to return to work as virus controls easeMillions of Chinese workers are streaming back to factories, shops and offices but many still face anti-coronavirus controls that add to their financial losses and aggravation
The Associated Press14 hours ago
100,000 tourists stuck in New Zealand to leave as rules easeAbout 100,000 tourists stuck in New Zealand since it started a coronavirus lockdown last week are starting to fly home
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In this Wednesday, April 1, 2020, photo, Rohingya refugees stand at the Kutupalong refugee camp, Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Aid workers are bracing for a possible outbreak of the coronavirus in one of the world's largest refugee camps in Bangladesh, but officials are already warning that containing the disease among more than 1 million tightly packed Rohingya Muslims will be a daunting task. (AP Photo/Suzauddin Rubel)
Crowded in camps, Rohingya refugees vulnerable to virusAid workers are bracing for a possible outbreak of the coronavirus in one of the world's largest refugee camps in Bangladesh
The Associated Press19 hours ago
Thailand imposes 6-hour nightly curfew to combat virusThailand is imposing a nationwide 10 p.m.-to-4 a
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'Desperate' tourists stranded by India lockdown told to waitTourists stranded in India after their vacations were abruptly ended by India’s coronavirus lockdown are running out of money and hoping their embassies can help them get home
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Khwaja Naveed, lawyer of Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh who found guilty of the kidnapping and murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, speaks to reporters outside a court in Karachi, Pakistan, Thursday, April 2, 2020. He said that Sheikh could go free unless the government chooses to challenge the court decision. A Pakistani court Thursday overturned the murder conviction of the British Pakistani man found guilty of the kidnapping and murder of Pearl. (AP Photo/Fareed Khan)
Pakistan court overturns conviction in death of Daniel PearlA Pakistani court has overturned the murder conviction of a British Pakistani man found guilty of the 2002 kidnapping and killing of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl
The Associated Press1 day ago
Defense lawyer says Pakistani court has overturned murder conviction in slaying of US journalist Danny PearlDefense lawyer says Pakistani court has overturned murder conviction in slaying of US journalist Danny Pearl
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A person on a stretcher is removed from Carnival's Holland America cruise ship Zaandam at Port Everglades during the new coronavirus pandemic, Thursday, April 2, 2020, in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Those passengers that are fit for travel in accordance with guidelines from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control will be permitted to disembark. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)
'We need help': Economic, health crises grow as cases top 1MThe coronavirus outbreak has thrown 10 million Americans out of work in just two weeks in the swiftest, most stunning collapse the U.S. job market has ever witnessed
The Associated Press1 day ago
In this April 1, 2020, photo, a passenger takes the subway in Wuhan in central China's Hubei province. Life in China post-coronavirus outbreak is ruled by a green symbol on a smartphone screen. Green signifies the "health code" that says the user is symptom-free. It is required to board a subway, check into a hotel or enter Wuhan, the city where the global pandemic began. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
Chinese smartphone health code rules post-virus lifeLife in China post-coronavirus outbreak is ruled by a green symbol on a smartphone screen
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In this Sunday, March 29, 2020, photo, a soft toy is placed in a letterbox at a house in Christchurch, New Zealand. New Zealanders are embracing an international movement in which people are placing teddy bears in their windows during coronavirus lockdowns to brighten the mood and give children a game to play by spotting the bears in their neighborhoods. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)
New Zealand embraces teddies to help make lockdown bear-ableNew Zealanders are embracing an international movement in which people are placing teddy bears in their windows during coronavirus lockdowns to brighten the mood and give children a game to play
The Associated Press1 day ago
In this Feb. 26, 2019, photo, Cardinal George Pell leaves the County Court in Melbourne, Australia. Australia's highest court will deliver its ruling on April 7, 2020 on whether to overturn the convictions of Pell, the most senior Catholic convicted of child sex abuse. The 78-year-old Pell is one year into a six-year sentence for molesting two 13-year-old choirboys in Melbourne’s St. Patrick’s Cathedral while he was the city’s archbishop in the late 1990s. (AP Photo/Andy Brownbill)
Australia's highest court to rule on Pell's appeal next weekAustralia's highest court will rule next week on whether to overturn the convictions of Cardinal George Pell, the most senior Catholic convicted of child sex abuse
The Associated Press1 day ago
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