Covid-19 | Find coronavirus origin or face another pandemic, US experts warn

The world needs the cooperation of the Chinese government to trace the origins of Covid-19 and prevent future pandemic threats, two leading U.S. disease experts said yesterday . Information to support

Belarus | Editor detained amid crackdown on journalists

The chief editor of a popular Internet news site in one of Belarus’ largest cities was detained and his residence searched amid a crackdown on independent journalists and opponents of

This day in history | 2001 Nepal royal family massacred

The King and Queen of Nepal have been shot dead after the heir to the throne went on the rampage with a gun before turning it on himself. Eleven people died

Diplomacy | North accuses US of hostility for S. Korean missile decision

North Korea said yesterday the U.S. allowing South Korea to build more powerful missiles was an example of the U.S.’s hostile policy against the North, warning that it could lead

Euro 2020 | Croatia cancels base in Scotland over virus rules

Citing UEFA concerns about local COVID-19 rules in Scotland Croatia’s soccer federation said yesterday it canceled plans to stay in St Andrews during the European Championship. The Croatian delegation had booked

Football | Asian World Cup qualifiers to be moved from China to Dubai

China’s COVID-19 travel restrictions mean World Cup qualifying matches scheduled for the eastern city of Suzhou this week will likely be relocated to the United Arab Emirates. The Chinese Football Association

The Buzz | NATO restricts headquarters access or Belarus officials

The NATO military alliance is restricting access to its headquarters for a group of Belarus officials in the wake of Minsk’s decision to divert a Ryanair passenger plane to arrest

China to send three male astronauts to its space station in June

A three-man crew of astronauts will blast off in June for a three-month mission on China’s new space station, according to a space official who was the country’s first astronaut

World Views | The world should learn from India’s Covid-19 cataclysm

The first and most obvious lesson is to avoid overconfidence. A relatively small change in how transmissible the novel coronavirus is can have large, non-linear effects on how fast it

Tuesday, June 1, 2021 – edition no. 3783

— China leadership lifts cap on births in major policy shift to counter the aging population * China re-imposes travel curbs in Guangdong province after outbreak * Macau maintains open borders to

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