Spike in South Korean infections linked to one man’s night out
12 May 2020 | 9:00 am
Seoul has once again closed down its bars and nightclubs after an increase in coronavirus infections was linked back to the South Korean capital’s entertainment district. Most new cases have been traced back to one man.
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Pakistan Court bars former PM Sharif from holding office for life.
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In a time of talent shows, the Ouagadougou prison and correctional facility known as MOCO is home to Burkina Faso's latest musical find - Roland Tapsoba, AKA 'Rolbi'.
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Jeanine Anez has said that recently ousted president Evo Morales has no right to run in an upcoming national vote. The Latin America nation, however, remains divided over who should run the country.
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Covid-19: Reopening of bars, night clubs on hold until further notice, says Ifeanyi Okowa
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In Paris, gyms stay closed and bars are shut down in an effort to stop the spread of Covid-19. We speak to some of those affected. Also, as the French government prepares to announce more financial support for those hardest hit, we take a look at who's bearing the cost of this crisis. Plus our reporters in Germany head to a town that's made music its business for 300 years.
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Faced with rising coronavirus cases, Catalonia closes restaurants and bars for two weeks.
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All non-residents coming from Denmark will no longer be allowed into the UK, the government announced. Denmark ordered a nationwide mink cull after a mutated version of the coronavirus was transmitted to humans.
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The US Supreme Court said that abortion pills must be obtained in-person, even during the pandemic, lifting a suspension of the rule by a lower court. Similar rules for other drugs, including opioids, have been waived.
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