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Countries in SE Asia, Latin America report increasing number of COVID-19 cases

Countries in SE Asia, Latin America report increasing number of COVID-19 cases

Cova 19 is spreading fast across the globe particularly in Southeast Asia and Latin America malucia reported more than 790 confirmed cases and has already banned foreigners from entering the country and credited its citizens from traveling abroad until the end of March Indonesia has more than 200 confirmed cases and has extended its state of emergency until May in Latin America at least 1200 cases have been reported across some 20 countries in the region Chile Guatemala Costa Rica…

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Italy threatens Europe and Latin America with the spread of COVID-19

Italy threatens Europe and Latin America with the spread of COVID-19

the world is on high alert amid rising concerns of a potential pandemic the first co vid 19 case in Latin America has been confirmed in Brazil a 60 year old man who recently visited Italy at a Wednesday Italy has 374 cases the third highest behind China and South Korea and 12 deaths in total the virus is spreading across Europe with cases in Austria Croatia and Greece involving people with recent travel history to Italy in the Middle…

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Culture and sports sectors join efforts to prevent spread of COVID-19

Culture and sports sectors join efforts to prevent spread of COVID-19

crews culture and sports sectors are doing their part to prevent the spread of the virus PT has held a major press conference online instead and the local professional football league is postponing its opening matches conn-young who tells us more after dropping their new album map of the sole seven last Friday kpop star speakers held their album launch press conference on Monday afternoon but instead of holding a normal press conference in central Seoul as previously planned be…

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Boy Scouts of America files bankruptcy amid hundreds of child sex-abuse lawsuits

Boy Scouts of America files bankruptcy amid hundreds of child sex-abuse lawsuits

the Boy Scouts of America has filed for bankruptcy amid child sexual abuse scandals USA Today estimates its liabilities up between 500 million u.s. dollars to 1 billion the organization’s estimated assets are between 1 billion dollars to 10 billion the filing comes as the organization facing hundreds of sexual abuse lawsuits and decreasing membership numbers last April court testimony has revealed that more than 78 hundred of its former leaders were involved in sexually abusing more than 12,000 children…

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‘Parasite’ to be screened at more than 2,000 theaters in N. America

‘Parasite’ to be screened at more than 2,000 theaters in N. America

and parasite will be screened starting this weekend at more than 2000 theaters in North America after its big Oscars win according to the website variety the movies distributor in North America is planning to double the number of theaters screening parasite from 1062 more than 2000 industry watcher box office mojo says parasite is already generated around thirty five and a half million dollars in ticket sales in North America that figure puts it in sixth place among all…

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President Moon highlights need to establish fairness, freedom, equality

President Moon highlights need to establish fairness, freedom, equality

it was a hundred years ago that Koreans launched the March first independence movement and established the provincial government abroad the provisional government rather today president moon jaein stressed that it’s important to reflect on whether true equality in society has been achieved Oh Darren takuna Geneva oh ji-ho bond young Hawaii King Haakon come gaze upon the mere tolerance in Ganga chai barrel Vander wal akhirin orangy whistles roll camera get the throw by aha this was a tableau…

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Wuhan professors call for freedom of speech after death of Li Wenliang

Wuhan professors call for freedom of speech after death of Li Wenliang

the Chinese doctor who warned of the novel coronavirus before the outbreak hit the international headlines died last Thursday after contracting the virus himself his death has prompted a academics in Wuhan to call for the Chinese government to allow freedom of speech in China they’re also demanding apologies and compensation for the other whistle blows Eason J has this report Lee Wong yang a local doctor who warned his medical school alumni group about the discovery of a source…

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Maryland Senate adopts resolution marking 100 years since death of Yu Gwan-sun

Maryland Senate adopts resolution marking 100 years since death of Yu Gwan-sun

the Senate of Maryland adopted a resolution marking 100 years since the death of a Korean independence activists who fought against Japan’s colonial rule the resolution was passed on January 13th on korean-american day it says the Senate offers its sincerest congratulations to you gun soon and that her sacrifice serves as an important example in the ongoing struggle for freedom and democracy you was 16 years old when she led an independence rally in her hometown of China in…

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Moon promises to ensure ‘cultural freedom’

Moon promises to ensure ‘cultural freedom’

in a New Year’s meeting with a number of cultural figures president moon jaein vowed to ensure cultural freedom the president referred to the previous park geun-hye administration’s infamous black list of cultural figures who were critical of the end government and promised to prevent such incidents from happening again the Korean leader also vowed efforts to improve the welfare of those in the cultural sector he also praised recent accomplishments in the nation’s entertainment front including parasite winning the…

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