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Beijing’s outbreak appears to be firmly waning

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BEIJING (Net) — New virus cases declined Wednesday in China and in the capital Beijing, where a roughly two-week spike appears to be firmly on the wane.
A total of 12 cases were reported for the country, down from 22 the day before. Beijing reported seven cases, down from 13, while the two other cases were reported in neighboring Hebei province and three were listed as having been brought from abroad by Chinese travelers.
No new deaths were reported and 359 remained in treatment for...
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70 years after Korean war, animosity and fear still linger

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SEOUL, South Korea (Net) — On both sides of the world's most heavily armed border Thursday, solemn ceremonies will mark the 70th anniversary of the outbreak of a war that killed and injured millions, left large parts of the Korean Peninsula in rubble and technically still continues.
This...
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‘China really stands with Africa during COVID-19 crisis’

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NAIROBI, June 24 (Net) -- The China-Africa friendship has most recently been magnified by the quick response and massive resource mobilization for Africa after the first COVID-19 cases were reported in the continent in March, a Kenyan party leader has said.
Africa is not only impressed by...
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UK relaxes 2-meter social distancing rule to further ease corona lockdown

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LONDON, June 24 (Net) -- British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Tuesday that the current 2-meter social distancing rule will be loosened from July 4 to "1 meter plus" in England so as to further ease the coronavirus lockdown.
Following a review, the prime minister set out the guidance that...
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COVID-19 cases surge in several US states amid reopening efforts

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WASHINGTON, June 21 (Net) -- Several U.S. states have seen a surge in COVID-19 cases as businesses continue to resume operations across the nation, casting a shadow over the current path to reopening.
The southeastern U.S. state of Florida, for example, reported 4,049 new cases on Saturday...
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