By Jessie Pang and Yanni Chow HONG KONG (Reuters) – A younger, more defiant generation of Hong Kong democrats has secured the most votes in unofficial primary elections in the Chinese-ruled city,
By Kole Casule SKOPJE (Reuters) – North Macedonia’s Social Democrats who pledged to take the Balkan country to the European Union are set to win the parliamentary vote on Wednesday, state election
By Aislinn Laing SANTIAGO (Reuters) – A Chilean lawmaker launched hundreds of internet memes on Wednesday when she ran through congress wearing a pink cape and waving matching fans to celebrate
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia’s second-most populous state of Victoria said on Thursday two men in their 80s died overnight from the coronavirus, as the state logged a record daily rise in new
By Anne Marie Roantree and Marius Zaharia HONG KONG (Reuters) – The New York Times will shift part of its Hong Kong office to Seoul, the latest sign of the chill spreading in the global
By Jeff Mason and Steve Holland WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Donald Trump on Tuesday ordered an end to Hong Kong’s special status under U.S. law to punish China for what he called “oppressive
By Monica Machicao LA PAZ (Reuters) – Bolivian sex workers in the capital La Paz are preparing for life in the age of the coronavirus with new equipment, including bottles of bleach, gloves and
NAIROBI (Reuters) – COVID-19 has killed four Kenyan health workers and infected 450, the health ministry said on Wednesday, as word emerged of a slew of cases in Kenya’s biggest maternity hospital.
By Nidal al-Mughrabi RAFAH, Gaza (Reuters) – Palestinian Sameeh Qe’dan is counting down the days until his son is released from an Israeli jail.