U.S. passenger wave as they leave the terminal next to the Diamond Princess cruise ship, where people quarantined on board due to fears of the COVID-19 coronavirus, in Yokohama, Japan, Feb. 17, 2020.

Hong Kong Protesters Build Barricades, Set Fire to Railway Station Amid Anger Over Virus

The protests erupt amid widespread public anger over the government's handling of the epidemic, and plans to have coronavirus patients treated at district clinics.

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Chinese Investors Try to Pull Out of North Korea Contracts as Sanctions Remain

They thought Pyongyang and Washington would strike a deal for sanctions relief, but now they just want their money back.

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Myanmar Says it Will Compensate Those Who Lose Land to Chinese Project in Kyaukphyu

A senior official says farmers will receive compensation for land, crops, and lost livelihoods.

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Coronavirus Cases Climb to 38 in Tawu County, ‘Hardest-Hit’ Tibetan Area

Most Tawu infections have been found among members of three families, state media and other sources say.

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China Seeks to Divert Attention From Virus Mishandling With Dancing Xinjiang Minorities: Uyghur Exiles

Observers say authorities change the narrative on minorities when it suits their needs.

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Thai Citizens’ Group Submits Evidence of Impact of Laos’ Xayaburi Dam to Court

Plaintiffs target power purchase agreement, saying impact is greater than predicted.

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Nepal Border Agreement With China Sparks Fears Among Tibetans

Refugees fleeing China's rule in Tibet may now be sent back, with long-time Tibetan residents of Nepal subject to possible future extradition for 'political offenses.'

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Taiwan Family Members Hit Out at Island's Government Over Repatriation Delay

Families call on their government to bring loved ones home from Wuhan, but Taipei is blaming Beijing for the delay.

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Pork Prices Rising in Laos Due to 2019 African Swine Fever Epidemic and Natural Disasters

Government sets price below $4 per kilogram, but sellers cannot go that low.

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Funeral Homes in China's Wuhan 'Working 24/7 to Cremate Bodies'

Funeral homes in the city are overwhelmed amid the coronavirus epidemic, and are advertising for round-the-clock workers at premium wages.

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