The ICJ said Myanmar had submitted its first report on steps to protect Rohingya, in compliance with a court order as part of Gambia’s genocide case against the country.
As Japan lifted a nationwide state of emergency, the WHO praised the country’s success in reducing the spread of infections and limiting deaths from COVID-19.
During a call on Wednesday, Chinese President Xi Jinping and Myanmar President U Win Myint discussed how to speed up cooperation on Belt and Road Initiative projects.
A massive drug bust in Shan State included a huge haul of liquid fentanyl—a sign that local drug syndicates are moving into the lucrative opioid business.
US President Trump said he would permanently cut off funding to the World Health Organization if it did not agree to ‘substantive improvements’ within 30 days.
Advocacy groups in India want the government to rescind drugmaker Gilead’s patents for the COVID-19 drug remdesivir to ensure it is distributed fairly around the world.
New Zealand has lifted its state of emergency as the country prepares to ease its monthlong national COVID-19 lockdown.
The FBI is investigating hacking activity by China-linked ‘cyber actors’ attempting to illicitly obtain COVID-19 research, US authorities said.
EU Ambassador to Myanmar Kristian Schmidt explains why we must respond to COVID-19 by coming closer together, rather than cutting ourselves off from the world.
US President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe have agreed to coordinate their COVID-19 responses and inform each other about treatments, Tokyo said.
Returning to work after three weeks in hospital with COVID-19, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned Britain that it was too soon to ease social restrictions.
US President Donald Trump said the US is investigating China’s actions in the early days of the COVID-19 outbreak and accused the country of not doing enough to stop it.
US President Donald Trump has downplayed health experts’ fears of a second health crisis later in the year, in which flu would coincide with a fresh wave of COVID-19.
Two cats in the US state of New York have tested positive for the coronavirus, but health authorities said there is no evidence that pets can pass the virus to humans.
A Trump official overseeing the US medical supply chain said China may be withholding data on COVID-19 infections for commercial reasons as it seeks to develop a vaccine.