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What started as a catastrophe for China is shaping up to be a moment of strategic opportunity, a rare turning point in the flow of history. Suddenly, the protests in Hong Kong, carrying a mortal threat to political stability in the mainland, became a physical impossibility. More important, the pandemic
Nurses at a hospital in the Philippines created "Teletubbies" themed protective gears to help out with the shortage of supplies during the COVID-19 crisis.Adrian Pe and her co-nurses at The Medical City Iloilo in Iloilo City, produced improvised Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) in green
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Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday (April 2) threatened to order troops to shoot protesters after a rally was organised in response to COVID-19 restrictions in Manila.Duterte was speaking after 21 people were arrested on Wednesday (April 1) for staging a rally without permit in Quezon City.In
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The president of the Philippines said Wednesday in a televised address that people who violate coronavirus lockdown rules could be shot.
Just when the Philippines was finding its groove after decades in the economic wilderness, along came the COVID-19 pandemic.
Marcus Chu, 16, has made more than 80 of the protective screens and has photographs of them being used by the frontline medical personnel at risk of exposure to the highly contagious virus, amid critical shortages of protective gear.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte says coronavirus troublemakers will be shot dead by the military
Duterte told his country: "My orders to the police and the military, if anyone creates trouble, and their lives are in danger: shoot them dead."