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May 25, 2020
Jerusalem (Isreal) May 25: One in five Britons believe that Jews created COVID-19 to collapse the economy for financial gain, a press release linked to a a survey by Oxford University showed.
Committee led by Netanyahu delays book of fmr. police chief Alsheich
May 25, 2020
Health officials snubbed for delay in Corona test reports
'Rise in Covid-19 cases partly due to efficient tracking system'
Experts, activists criticise Pakistan Army for human rights abuses in Balochistan amid Covid-19 outbreak
Air India flight from Sydney to evacuate 3 Nepali nationals
Panasonic joins IP Open Access Declaration against COVID-19
Osaka [Japan], May 25 (ANI): Panasonic Corporation on Monday announced that it has joined the IP Open Access Declaration against COVID-19 and pledged not to...
Defense ministry to strengthen counseling for service personnel
Seoul (South Korea), May 25: The defense ministry said Monday it will expand counseling services for troops to help them better adjust to military life...
Moon urges use of full fiscal capability against 'wartime-like' economic crisis
Seoul (South Korea), May 25: President Moon Jae-in called Monday for "wartime-like" aggressive fiscal policy to cope with the economic crisis from the COVID-19 pandemic,...
Members of Telegram sexual abuse ring attend arrest warrant hearing
Seoul (South Korea), May 25: Two paid members of a high-profile digital sexual exploitation ring face arrests on charges of producing and distributing child and...
Netanyahu goes on trial for corruption charges
Jerusalem (Israel), May 25: Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has gone on trial for corruption charges, becoming the country's first sitting leader to do so.
At least 180 arrested in Hong Kong protests
Hong Kong (China), May 25: Demonstrators in Hong Kong have taken to the streets to protest Beijing's plan to impose national security legislation on the...
Japan to lift state of emergency for all areas
Tokyo (Japan), May 25: Japan's government plans to lift the state of emergency remaining in place for five prefectures. It will present the decision to...
Global coronavirus cases top 5.3 million
Tokyo (Japan), May 25: Data compiled by researchers at Johns Hopkins University in the United States shows the number of confirmed coronavirus infections has topped...
South Africa moving to ease lockdown
Cape Town (South Africa), May 25: South Africa's government says it will ease its coronavirus lockdown measures next month despite a recent surge in cases.
Afghanistan to free 2,000 Taliban prisoners
Kabul (Afghanistan), May 25: The Afghan government says it will release up to 2,000 Taliban prisoners following the group's ceasefire announcement.
Cuomo remains cautious about reopening NY economy
US to limit travel from Brazil due to coronavirus
Tokyo considers speeding up reopening measures
Govt. informs Diet of plan to lift emergency
Matsuya Ginza reopens food section
Panel supports plan to end state of emergency
US warns of sanctions over Hong Kong security law
Weekend outings in Tokyo up from a week ago
US official: G7 summit at White House in June
Afghanistan: COVID-19 Cases Over 10,000