The rapid spread of novel coronavirus has sparked fears of a global outbreak. The city of Wuhan and some of its neighbours have been put into lockdown which speaks volumes about the gravity of the situation.
Indonesia, a young nation, is not even 100 years old. Thousands of different ethnic groups living in the country have no doubts about their Indonesian identity, a recent survey indicates.
A novel coronavirus, also known as the Wuhan pneumonia, is spreading quickly since it broke out in the city of Wuhan in China’s Hubei province in late December. There is evidence of it spreading directly from human to human.
A swathe of Asia showcases two faces of a demographic crisis. While population imbalance – owing to trans-border migration – is one side of the coin in South Asia, the other side is exemplified
China has concluded a large number of deals with Myanmar during the recent visit of President Xi Jinping to Myanmar, the first by a Chinese leader to that country in nearly two decades.
With the major New Year floods behind us, and while we expect more rains in Indonesia, the sights and sounds of sniffling and sneezing are nothing out of the ordinary.
The ‘monopoly on truth’ to justify actions has historically been on the side of Western powers in the Middle Eastern theatre.
Russia – of all nations – is today without a government. In his anxiety to entrench his authority further still, President Vladimir Putin has signalled his intent to effect a sweeping reshuffle of the hierarchy.
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Tha Saroeuna is the mother of six young children. Working at night is the only option for Saroeuna to ensure that they all have enough food and the children can go to school.