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New York Times - Front PageFeb 20, 2020
Coronavirus Live Updates: South Korea Cases Jump to 156 Infections
The new figures give the country the second largest number of confirmed cases outside mainland China.

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South Korea moves to contain coronavirus outbreak amid spike in new cases
South Korean officials on Friday designated two cities as "special care zones" while its military confined troops to their bases in a desperate effort to contain the spread of coronavirus after a recent spike in cases.

Reuters Top NewsFeb 20, 2020
China reports uptick in new coronavirus cases though downward trend holds
China's Hubei province reported an uptick in new cases of coronavirus on Friday, reversing three days of declines, although the numbers still confirmed a downward trend which the World Health Organization (WHO) has called encouraging.

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Roger Stone sentenced to three years and four months in prison - The Washington Post
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Yahoo NewsFeb 20, 2020
Virus Surge in Japan Risks Undoing Abe's Efforts to Woo China
(Bloomberg) -- Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has so far managed to keep the coronavirus outbreak from damaging his hard-won relationship with China. That's getting even more difficult with each new case confirmed in Japan.Abe has taken a softer approach to China over the virus than the Trump administration, winning Tokyo praise in Beijing. That chimes with his efforts to nurse Japan's relationship with its giant neighbor and biggest trading partner back to health since he took office in 2012 amid the worst crisis in decades.Unlike others including the U.S., Australia and Singapore, Abe's government has avoided a blanket ban on visitors from its neighbor, instead restricting entry from just two provinces. While acting quickly to evacuate its citizens from the virus epicenter of Hubei, Japan also used the planes to fly in aid packages for China.That's contrasted with Japan's counterparts in the U.S., who have questioned China's commitment to transparency during the crisis -- leading to bickering between the two sides. China is also keen to keep ties strong with Abe amid a painful trade war with the U.S. that has battered its economy."Japan's attitude has been very helpful for China," said Noriyuki Kawamura, a professor at Nagoya University of Foreign Studies. "China's initial response to the virus was insufficient. The question is what Japan will do when those problems are exposed. Will it criticize China or close its eyes?"China has shown its appreciation for Japan's approach, marking an unusual interlude in a relat
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