Who said criminals and thieves are not scared of COVID-19? Today, three robbers made sure they wore their face masks, and sanitized their hands, before pulling out their guns to rob a jewelry store in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
Three men walk into Indian jewelry store in masks, sanitize hands, rob it
A 16-year-old girl in India is seeking Guinness World Records recognition for her latest accomplishment: Writing 40 words in one minute by using both hands at the same time.
A 16-year-old Indian uses both hands to write 40 words in one minute
If you litter in this Thai national park, your trash may just come back to haunt you.
Thai national park mails trash back to tourists
‘Aglio Kim’, a trolley-like robot which uses artificial intelligence (AI), is delivering food to customers at a restaurant in Seoul, South Korea, in order to minimize human contact and help ensure social distancing.
AI robot serves customers at Seoul restaurant
South Korea's Unification Ministry sought to reopen dialogue with North Korea Wednesday, with relations in the deep freeze just days before the second anniversary of a wide-ranging cooperation agreement.
South Korea seeks to warm chilled North ties
A 74-year-old Malaysian man's quest to rid the country's beaches of washed-up glass led to a collection of thousands of bottles, now displayed in a colorful seaside museum.
Old man and the sea: Malaysian's mission to rid beaches of glass
A crocodile that had managed to escape a nature reserve in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, found itself in deep water after it ended up in a village. Though it tried to keep a low profile in the village pond, the villagers spotted it. Initially, the reptile managed to scare them, however, it got caught and was held hostage. What’s more, the villagers even demanded a ransom.
Indian villagers hold crocodile hostage, ask for Rs50,000 ransom
Eight people in Indonesia were ordered to dig graves for coronavirus victims after they were caught leaving their homes without a face mask.
Anti-maskers forced to dig graves for COVID-19 victims in Indonesia
Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga, a loyal aide to outgoing Prime Minister Abe Shinzo, won a landslide victory in a ruling party leadership election on Monday, paving the way for Japan’s first change of leader in nearly eight years.
Japan's Suga wins party leadership race, headed for premiership
China said Saturday it had launched a mechanism enabling it to restrict foreign entities, a much-anticipated move seen as retaliation to US penalties against Chinese companies such as telecom giant Huawei.
China launches counter-mechanism to US sanctions list

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