People wearing face masks walk along Hanjie shopping street in Wuhan, the central Chinese city of of 11 million people where the coronavirus first emerged last year, April 3, 2020.

Wuhan Warns Public to Stay Home as Financial Impact Starts to Bite

As people return to work elsewhere in Hubei province, Wuhan residents are warned that restrictions are still in place.

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Fighting Kills Five as Violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine State Draws US Concern

Kyauktaw township sees biggest increase of IDPs in Rakhine, where the IDP ranks have grown to nearly 160,000.

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U.S.-Based Experts Doubt North Korea's Claim of Being Coronavirus Free

North Korea told foreign media that its preventative measures were absolutely successful in protecting its citizens from the deadly virus.

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Myanmar Migrant Workers Risk Fines And Jail to Get Home Amid COVID-19 Exodus

Thai police arrest and later release 300 migrant workers who run afoul of a do-not-travel order.

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Lockdown Imposed in China's Henan Province After Fresh Cases Emerge

A cluster of asymptomatic cases among doctors at Jia County People's Hospital is giving cause for concern.

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State of Emergency Draft Law Would Allow PM Hun Sen to Run Cambodia ‘by Fiat’: HRW

The proposal billed as a measure to combat coronavirus should ‘set off alarm bells,’ the group says.

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Hong Kong Police Get to Decide When to Take Data From Arrestees' Phones

Hong Kong's High Court hands over discretionary powers to police officers to use cell phone contents as evidence to build cases.

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Cambodia Wraps up Two-Week Military Exercise With China Despite COVID-19 Concerns

Critics say exercises with China mainly serve to strengthen Hun Sen, who has ruled Cambodia for 35 years.

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Southeast Asian Workers Struggle Financially as Social Distancing Kills Business

Newly unemployed laborers need cash to survive until they can get back to work.

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Second Myanmar Media Group Charged Over Interview With Banned Arakan Army

Three reporters from the Narinjara news agency were arrested and questioned by police in a raid in Sittwe.

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Myanmar Suspends New Rice Export Licenses to Ensure Domestic Supply Amid Virus Outbreak

Industry insiders say there will be no shortage but urged the public not to hoard.

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