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Airlines are giving customers more time to change their flights to China without penalty as the deadly Wuhan coronavirus spreads

Airlines change China flights for free as coronavirus spreads

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"Man (I'm) sitting here trying to write something for this post but every time I try I begin crying again just thinking about you, niece Gigi and the friendship/bond/brotherhood we had... I promise you I'll continue your legacy man," LeBron James wrote.

LeBron James vows to continue Kobe Bryant's legacy

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The World Bank has postponed its decision on granting Tanzania a $500 million loan, following pressure from activists who oppose the country's policy of banning pregnant girls and young mothers from attending state school.

World Bank delays vote on Tanzania loan after activist pressure

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As the virus continues to spread, the US State Department is preparing to evacuate government personnel and private American citizens from Wuhan, the epicenter of the outbreak. The CDC has advised everyone to "avoid nonessential travel" to China.

CDC is monitoring for Wuhan coronavirus at 20 US airports

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The former king of Belgium, Albert II, has acknowledged that he fathered a daughter in an affair in the 1960s, marking the end of a paternity suit that he has contested for seven years.

Former Belgian king admits he fathered a child in a 1960s affair

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The death toll from the Wuhan coronavirus has topped 100, with more than 4,500 cases confirmed across China.

US authorities have warned against all "non-essential" travel to China, and more than a dozen countries around the world have confirmed cases of the virus.

Wuhan coronavirus: Death toll tops 100 as infection rate accelerates

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On Sunday, China announced a ban on outbound group travel as part of its battle to stop the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus, which has killed 82 people and infected 2,700 in the country.

With Japan receiving approximately 9.6 million visitors from China in 2019, speculation is growing around the ramifications the travel ban will have on Japan's tourism industry and economy.

Japan tourism company faces 20,000 cancellations from coronavirus outbreak

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Vendors in small city markets often sell wild animals including rodents, yak, snakes and even porcupines, and experts say that makes them far more dangerous. The meat could contain deadly pathogens like the coronavirus.

Chinese officials crack down on wildlife markets as coronavirus outbreak nears 3,000 cases

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Malls are thriving across Asia, and nowhere more so than in Hong Kong, where online shopping has been slow to gain a foothold.

How did this come to be? According to one architect, it comes down to two things: high urban density and good public transit.

How Hong Kong became a 'city of malls'

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The Dungeness crab is vital to commercial fisheries in the Pacific Northwest, but the ocean's growing acidity is dissolving parts of its shell and damaging its sensory organs, a new study has found.

The Pacific Ocean is so acidic that it's dissolving Dungeness crabs' shells

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