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Myanmar Faces Workers Strike, Price Gouging as Coronavirus Fears Mount
by Radio Free Asia Staff on 4. april 2020 at 01:40
The economic pain of the pathogen bites in Myanmar, Laos, and other neighbors.
China Targets Thousands Who Spoke Out About The Coronavirus Epidemic
by Radio Free Asia Staff on 4. april 2020 at 01:26
An overseas-based network of rights activists calls for an end to charges of 'fabrication' and 'rumor-mongering' against people posting on the coronavirus.
Lao Villagers Lose Farmland to Chinese Banana Grower
by Radio Free Asia Staff on 3. april 2020 at 22:57
Many of the 46 affected families say they were coerced into selling.
NGOs Call For Coronavirus Budget After Cambodia’s PM Hun Sen Asks For Civil Servant Donations
by Radio Free Asia Staff on 3. april 2020 at 22:03
Observers worry the prime minister may next reduce the pay of government employees.
Smugglers Beaten as North Korea Applies Military Law in COVID-19 Response
by Radio Free Asia Staff on 3. april 2020 at 22:00
Special forces assault smugglers and even innocents near the China border.
Hong Kong Journalists Under Pressure Over Taiwan WHO Reporting
by Radio Free Asia Staff on 3. april 2020 at 21:20
Journalists say government criticism of an interview with a WHO adviser further curtails press freedom in the city.
Wuhan Warns Public to Stay Home as Financial Impact Starts to Bite
by Radio Free Asia Staff on 3. april 2020 at 19:47
As people return to work elsewhere in Hubei province, Wuhan residents are warned that restrictions are still in place.
China's Oil Giants Struggle as Prices Collapse
by An analysis by Michael Lelyveld on 3. april 2020 at 15:14
State-owned companies cut their budgets as suppliers wage a price war.
Fighting Kills Five as Violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine State Draws US Concern
by Radio Free Asia Staff on 3. april 2020 at 01:20
Kyauktaw township sees biggest increase of IDPs in Rakhine, where the IDP ranks have grown to nearly 160,000.
U.S.-Based Experts Doubt North Korea's Claim of Being Coronavirus Free
by Eugene Whong and Sangmin Lee on 2. april 2020 at 21:55
North Korea told foreign media that its preventative measures were absolutely successful in protecting its citizens from the deadly virus.