A group of eight set off from Bougainville on December 22, intending to celebrate Christmas in the Carteret Islands, when their boat capsized.
One of the two assembly lines at GM Korea’s Bupyeong complex will be closed next Monday and Tuesday due to shortages of parts from China.
New Hampshire is home to just 1.3 million people but it is a battleground whose primary plays a hugely influential role in the American political landscape.
Another 108 deaths were reported on Tuesday – the first triple-digit daily rise since the virus emerged in late December.
No group immediately claimed responsibility for the dawn attack, which comes after nearly three months of relative calm in the capital.
Local officials have faced mounting pressure for perceived incompetence, particularly after the death of a Chinese doctor in Wuhan who was punished for raising the alarm about the new virus.

World Tracking the global spread of the coronavirus

Outside mainland China, there have been more than 460 infections reported in nearly 30 places. Over 42,600 people are infected China.

World China president in rare visit to virus patients, medics

The Chinese president, who has called the virus a ‘demon’, made a rare public appearance amid the outbreak to meet frontline medical staff.

World From Singapore to UK via the Alps: how one man spread coronavirus

Experts said that the speed of the transmission showed the potential for the novel coronavirus to become a global pandemic.

World Storm sows trail of destruction across Europe

Britain’s newspapers and the country’s Met Office on Monday described Ciara as ‘the storm of the century’ in terms of the scale of the destruction it wrought.

Africa Some African countries refusing entry to own citizens coming from China – Africa CDC

Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention made this announcement during a media briefing at the AU Summit in Ethiopia on Sunday evening.

World Solar Orbiter launches on mission to reveal Sun’s secrets

Ten state-of-the-art instruments on board will record myriad observations to help scientists unlock clues about what drives solar winds and flares for up to nine years.

World Ramaphosa compares US, Israel plans for Jerusalem to that of apartheid regime

The president’s statements came after other officials condemned Trump’s plan in their own statements at the ordinary session.

World Thai mall shooting survivors tracked killer via CCTV

For hours a killer stalked the concourses, the glass fronted windows of the multi-level mall spidered by bullet holes.

World Coronavirus death toll overtakes SARS casualties, rises past 800

The toll is now higher than the 774 killed worldwide by SARS, with the WHO warning that the figures can still ‘shoot up’, despite some ‘stabilising’ in Hubei.

World Two US troops killed by Afghan soldier in Nangarhar attack

One Afghan soldier was killed and three local security forces injured in the Saturday shooting, and an investigation has been launched by the defence ministry.

World Death toll from ‘rare’ southern Kazakhstan clashes rises to ten

The conflict is widely believed to have pitted titular Kazakhs against minority Dungans, but authorities did not confirm this.

World ‘This experience is terrifying’ – SA graduate trapped in epicentre of coronavirus outbreak

Kamohelo Taole from Bloemfontein said he wanted to be evacuated from the area as other international students had been.

World Scientists race to develop vaccine for new coronavirus

Coming up with any vaccine typically takes years, but Australian scientists hope their’s could be ready in six months.

World China virus toll hits 722, with first foreign victim

The death toll from China’s coronavirus outbreak soared to 722 on Saturday, including the first foreign victim, as Hong Kong imposed a mandatory quarantine on mainland arrivals to block the spread of an epidemic that has caused global panic.

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