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Hong Kong says around 3,000 residents in Hubei have contacted government for help

Community workers and volunteers wearing face masks sort and pack groceries from a supermarket purchased through group orders following supermarkets stop selling to individuals, in Wuhan, the epicentre of the novel coronavirus outbreak, in Hubei province, China February 24, 2020. Picture taken February 24, 2020. China Daily via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. CHINA OUT. HONG KONG (Reuters) - The Hong Kong ... Full story

Did the Bloomberg campaign stack the debate audience with supporters? Doesn’t appear so.

There’s not much doubt that the campaign team powering former New York mayor Mike Bloomberg’s Democratic presidential bid is aware that last week’s debate in Nevada didn’t go well for their candidate. During the debate Tuesday evening in Charleston, S.C. , Bloomberg seemed a bit better prepared than he had been then, a sign that his team had perhaps impressed upon him the need to do better. But, just to hedge their bets, they had an obvious ... Full story

Malaysia's Mahathir seeks unity government as Anwar vies for power

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysia’s Mahathir Mohamad called on Wednesday for a unity government without political parties after his shock resignation as prime minister sparked turmoil. Malaysia's politician Anwar Ibrahim leaves People's Justice Party headquarters after a meeting in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, February 24, 2020. REUTERS/Lim Huey Teng. But old rival Anwar Ibrahim’s supporters said he had also been put forward as premier. The ... Full story

Johnson promises 'overhaul' of post-Brexit foreign policy as he launches review

Image caption The UK has one of the largest defence budgets in the world. The UK is to "overhaul its approach to foreign policy" as part of a government review, Downing Street has announced. No 10 says insights from internal and external experts will challenge "traditional Whitehall assumptions". The diplomatic service, tackling organised crime, the use of technology and the procurement of military supplies will all be looked at. The review ... Full story

Virgin Galactic sees demand for space travel surge

Virgin Galactic has said it will release more tickets for flights into space amid surging demand. Sir Richard Branson's firm, which completed its first sub-orbital test flight in 2018, said it had received almost 8,000 registrations of interest for future commercial flights. That is more than double the amount it recorded at the end of September 2019. The firm has so far sold 600 tickets for its inaugural flights, scheduled for later this year. ... Full story

Sport Relief: Nick Grimshaw back after break due to heat exhaustion

Radio 1 presenter Nick Grimshaw is set to climb the tallest dunes in the world for Sport Relief, after taking a day off with heat exhaustion. Nick sat out of Tuesday's The Heat Is On challenge after advice from medics, and told Radio 1 he was feeling "fighting fit". In an Instagram video he says his body temperature had reached 40 degrees at the end of Monday's event. Nick said: "It was really scary. It was horrible.". He's travelling across ... Full story

Person found dead at 9,400 feet on Mount Hood in Oregon; crews try to recover body

Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE. Feb. 26, 2020, 12:46 AM UTC. By Doha Madani. Authorities were working to recover the body of someone who died after falling on Mount Hood in Oregon on Tuesday. The person was found at Illumination Saddle, 9,400 feet up the mountain, according to the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office. It's unclear who the person is or why they ... Full story

Bushfires, COVID-19, and locusts: Nature has sent her warnings

The year of 2020 has been extraordinary since the start. Driven by climate change, the Australian bushfires have burned a fifth of the country's forests and more than one billion animals were killed, while 25 million people in the east Africa region could be affected by huge locust swarms. In the middle of these two events, the novel coronavirus jumped from animals to humans and is affecting 42 countries and territories around the world. Nature ... Full story

Drug hope for people with chronic cough

Millions suffering from a chronic cough could have their debilitating symptoms relieved by a new treatment, according to a study . Up to 10% of adults worldwide experience symptoms with no clear underlying cause. Some suffer for decades and there is currently no effective treatment. Researchers at the University of Manchester said a clinical trial resulted in a significant reduction in patients' symptoms. PROMISING. Experts said the use of a ... Full story

Residents evacuated as flood defences breach

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption Flood water pours over the top of Bewdley's barriers. Residents have had to evacuate their homes as flood waters rose above defensive barriers in Worcestershire. It comes as two severe flood warnings remain in place in Shropshire with the River Severn at risk of breaching defences in Ironbridge. Sally Yardley left her ground floor flat in Bewdley which overlooks the river just before ... Full story