North Korea has denounced as “ludicrous” US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s remarks on maintaining international sanctions on the country, warning that Pyongyang could abandon denuclearization talks with Washington.
N Korea: Pompeo’s sanction remarks 'ludicrous'; ‘We will walk our way’
India has mounted the largest attempted lockdown yet in the coronavirus crisis, ordering 1.3 billion people to stay at home from midnight for three weeks to prevent a public health disaster.
India's 1.3b population locked down to beat coronavirus
Chinese President Xi Jinping has expressed his “sincere condolences” to Iran over the coronavirus outbreak, saying Beijing is ready to assist Tehran contain the disease.
Xi calls Iran 'strategic partner', says will help curb coronavirus outbreak
The Indian police have openly confessed to the closure of a route in the country’s capital of New Delhi that turned into a scene of deadly brutal clashes last month between Hindu nationalist mobs and Muslim protesters, a fact that members of the Muslim community in India have been insisting on since the anti-government rallies started there.
Police responsible for New Delhi violence, not Muslims: Indian police admit
A Hong Kong protest leader Chan Kin-man walked free from prison on Saturday saying he had no regrets for his leading role in the 2014 “Umbrella Movement”.
Hong Kong 'Umbrella' movement leader freed from prison
The Philippine economy will expand about six percent under the worst scenario of the coronavirus pandemic, the central bank governor said, pledging to use all tools needed to address risks to growth and financial markets.
Philippine economy to grow 6% under worst scenario

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