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Coronavirus cases in China overtake SARS — and the economic impact could be 'more severe'

CNBC | a minute ago

The number of coronavirus cases in China has already surpassed that of SARS, and the economic impact could also be more severe than the 2002-2003 epidemic or at least similar, according to economists.

Trump's Middle East peace plan: 'Deal of the century' is huge gamble

BBC | a minute ago

At times the atmosphere in the East Room at the White House was more a party than a news conference. The host, US President Donald Trump, and the guest of honour, Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, backslappingly beamed at each other. The guests drawn from the entourages of the two leaders clapped and whooped. The biggest cheers were ...

Laurence Fox changes tack in his anti-woke war by asking some of his biggest critics for COFFEE

Mail Online | a minute ago

Laurence Fox has employed a new tactic in his war against people he considers 'woke' - by asking to meet his fiercest critics for coffee. The English actor, 49, who kick-started his one-man campaign on Question Time two weeks ago with a furious row over whether Meghan Markle had been subjected to racism during her time in the UK, has been ...

Iranian exile group paid salaries for two leaders of Spain’s far-right Vox

EL PAÍS | a minute ago

Maximaze picture Vox lawmaker Iván Espinosa de los Monteros (l) and Vox chief Santiago Abascal. Gettyimages Two lawmakers for Spain’s far-right Vox, Santiago Abascal and Iván Espinosa de los Monteros, received party salaries for eight months that drew on funds from donations by the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), sources have ...

Japan, U.S. evacuate citizens from China as virus spreads

MSN | 3 mins ago

The United States and Japan flew citizens out of the Chinese city at the epicentre of a new virus outbreak on Wednesday, as the death toll rose sharply to 132 and the first case appeared in the Middle East.

Canberra faces bushfires threat from out-of-control blaze started by military helicopter

The Guardian | a minute ago

The 8,000-hectare fire is burning in the Namadgi national park, a rugged mountainous area to Canberra’s south