China data hints at declining spread: WHO
The WHO says a new analysis suggests the number of coronavirus infections appears to be declining in China.
Syrian forces have taken control of dozens of towns in Aleppo’s northwestern countryside after driving rebels from the M5 highway linking Aleppo to Damascus.
Passengers who disembarked from the Westerdam cruise ship in Cambodia will have to get further health checks at home, after one woman contracted coronavirus.
Chinese state media has published a speech by Chinese leader Xi Jinping revealing that he was aware of the coronavirus in early January.
Japan has confirmed the new coronavirus has infected 99 more people on the quarantined ship Diamond Princess, bringing the total to 454.
A total to 355 coronavirus cases have now been found on cruise ship, The Diamond Princess, which has been quarantined in Japan since February 3.
Britain has been lashed by high winds and torrential rain, prompting flood warnings and disrupting travel as schools closed for the mid-winter break.
The Chinese Communist Party is heading further in the wrong direction, the top US defence official has told an international security conference in Munich.
An 80-year-old Chinese man, who had been treated in a Paris hospital since last month, has been confirmed as the first death in Europe due to the coronavirus.
Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, accused of lying about having authorised a subordinate to share information with a reporter, will not be charged.
About 380 United States citizens will be offered seats on two evacuation flights from the coronavirus-stricken Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan to the US.
Michael Avenatti, who gained fame representing porn star Stormy Daniels has been convicted of trying to extort sportswear giant Nike of up to $US25m ($A37 m).
Film director Harvey Weinstein was an ‘abusive rapist’ who thought his victims were ‘ants he could step on’, a prosecutor has told a jury in New York.
Facebook will no longer stop celebrities and sports stars posting paid political messages on its social media websites and apps.
A 33-year-old Shepparton man has been identified as the victim of Monday’s fatal collision in Arcadia.
Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate missing 14-month-old girl Acelynn Dutoit.
A former Shepparton business has made national headlines once again as an ABC investigation uncovered a multimillion-dollar scam that targets drug addicts and the homeless. Former local accountancy firm Brown Baldwin have been accused of exploiting...