smh.com.au

International Chamber of Commerce secretary-general John Denton says in the "absence of leadership from the political class", business leaders should stand up.

reuters.com

The deserted shopping malls and cinemas of South Korea's Daegu, a city of 2.5 million people, became one of the most striking images outside China of an outbreak that international authorities are trying stop from becoming a global pandemic.

smh.com.au

South Sudan's former rebel leader and its President have committed to forming a unity government, quashing fears that Saturday's deadline would be pushed back.

independent.co.uk

Documentation is required to import biological materials into the country

news.com.au

The mayor of a South Korean city at the centre of a new coronavirus outbreak has told residents to stay indoors as a surge in confirmed cases raised the prospect of wider transmission.

straitstimes.com

FRANKFURT (XINHUA) - Several people were killed in two shootings in the western German city of Hanau on Wednesday evening (Feb 19), according to German media reports.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

news.com.au

A man charged with killing eight people by driving a truck down a lower Manhattan bike path in October 2017 recently threatened to decapitate an officer at the jail that has housed him since his arrest.

cnbc.com

Russian agents in 2016 hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee and the campaign chairman for Hillary Clinton, who ran against Trump for the presidency that year.

theguardian.com

President had accused candidate without evidence of violating campaign finance laws

thehill.com

A federal judge on Tuesday refused to delay Roger Stone's sentencing amid the fallout over the Trump administration's decision to intervene in the case against the president's longtime ally.