China said Thursday its relationship with Cambodia has made positive contributions to regional peace and stability after the U.S. expressed concerns about the presence of the Chinese military in the Southeast Asian nation.
Leaders hope to inoculate 80% of the population of 1.4 billion by the end of the year.
41-year-old man in Jiangsu province, northwest of Shanghai, hospitalized April 28 and is in stable condition, according to National Health Commission.
He took part in an anti-government protest.
The Health Ministry says the new cases bring the death toll over two weeks to 24.
Officials in Cambodia say eight villagers have died after drinking homemade rice wine that was probably adulterated.
More than 300 others injured.
Three Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB) journalists who fled Myanmar were arrested earlier this week in northern Thailand for illegal entry.
Pandemic again forces mosque closings and family separations on the holiday.
Twitter's suspensions did not stop the pro-China amplification machine.
A deputy spokesperson for the government’s Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration said that Thai authorities are also worried about people who cross into Thailand illegally, mostly from neighboring Cambodia and Myanmar.
General Stephen Townsend, in an interview with The Associated Press, said Beijing is looking to establish a large navy port capable of hosting submarines or aircraft carriers on Africa's western coast.
Health Minister Greg Hunt announced that anyone who sets foot in Australia during the travel ban within 14 days of visiting India faces up to five years in prison and a fine of up to 66,000 Australian dollars ($51,000).
Namyang’s stock price rose temporarily before the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety sued the company for false advertising.
Clashes started on April 8.
More than 1 million people have been confined to camps in Xinjiang.
With the vaccination campaign still at an early stage, the Health Ministry reported 178 news cases on Wednesday, including 145 plus two deaths in Phnom Penh.
The elections will take place on Dec. 19.
The announcement sets back the country's succession plans.
A statement dated Wednesday said that visitors are banned from April 7 through April 20.