Week in Review: French diaspora braces for Brexit, Tunisia struggles with sex education and China battles coronavirus
Friday, 31 January 2020 () French diaspora in London braces for Brexit; Tunisia struggles to implement a sex education curriculum years in the making; daily life in China changes during the coronavirus threat; and Paris voters assess Mayor Anne Hidalgo's record about six weeks before municipal elections.
WUHAN, CHINA — China has confirmed its first case of novel coronavirus in Tibet.
This means the Wuhan virus has now spread to every single region across China, bringing up the total number of confirmed cases to nearly 9,800 as of Friday, according to the New York Times.
According to CNN, the...
Asian shares reversed losses on Monday and moved back toward a three-week top as China's persistent efforts to cushion the blow from a coronavirus outbreak calmed nervous investors, although Japanese..
Agnes Buzyn is President Macron's nominee to become mayor of the French capital. Last week, Benjamin Griveaux abandoned his bid after being embroiled in a sex... Deutsche Welle Also reported by •Reuters