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Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3 could happen in China or Australia but will take place this year

Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3 could happen in China or Australia but will take place this year

Sports
The Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder trilogy fight could take place in China or Australia but will still happen in 2020. Fury’s co-promoter Bob Arum revealed on talkSPORT’s Fight Night that options are being explored to hold it in a different location. Getty Images - Getty Tyson Fury outclassed Deontay Wilder on a memorable night in Las Vegas in February It was expected to be held in Las Vegas in July but the coronavirus pandemic put a stop to that. Arum said: “We are looking elsewhere, at places where they’ve had very little coronavirus. Where it is not considered to be a problem. “We are exploring the possible of Macaw, China and also in a big venue in Australia, which seems to have the coronavirus under control. AFP or licensors
Asia Today: China reopens more schools, revives flights

Asia Today: China reopens more schools, revives flights

Health
China is reporting five new cases of the coronavirus, as the commercial hub of Shanghai announced the restart of some classes and airlines revive domestic flightsByThe Associated PressMay 17, 2020, 9:37 AM4 min read4 min readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleBEIJING -- China reported five new cases of the coronavirus on Sunday, as the commercial hub of Shanghai announced the restart of some classes and airlines revive domestic flights. Of the new cases, two were imported and three came from the northeastern province of Jilin, which has seen a small spike in infections of unknown origin. In Shanghai, students retain the option of continuing to take classes online rather than facing virus testing and social distancing measures at schools. As in Beijing and other cities, S...
China ‘will allow international investigators in but not now’

China ‘will allow international investigators in but not now’

World
China is ready to let international investigators visit the city of Wuhan as part of an inquiry into the coronavirus pandemic but only when the time is right, the country's ambassador to the UK has told Sky News.Liu Xiaoming defended his country against a barrage of attacks from President Donald Trump over its handling of the health emergency. He insisted there had been no cover-up by the authorities since the first cases of COVID-19 were reported in Wuhan in December.The senior diplomat also denied allegations by US intelligence agencies that China-linked hacking groups had been targeting US medical research institutes looking into coronavirus vaccines. ...
Arkansas professor accused of not disclosing ties to China

Arkansas professor accused of not disclosing ties to China

Technology
The University of Arkansas has suspended an electrical engineering professor without pay after he was arrested on an allegation that he failed to disclose that he had close ties with the Chinese government and Chinese businessesByThe Associated PressMay 12, 2020, 2:11 AM2 min read2 min readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleLITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- The University of Arkansas has suspended an electrical engineering professor without pay after he was arrested on an allegation that he failed to disclose that he had close ties with the Chinese government and Chinese businesses. Simon S. Ang, 63, of Fayetteville, Arkansas was arrested Friday on a wire fraud count after failing to make the disclosure on an application for a NASA grant, according to a statement Monday from the FBI an...
Coronavirus: China offers to help North Korea fight pandemic

Coronavirus: China offers to help North Korea fight pandemic

World
China's president has expressed concern about the threat of the coronavirus to North Korea and offered help. Xi Jinping was responding to a message that he received from the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un. Chinese state media reported that the message congratulated Mr Xi on China's apparent success in fighting Covid-19.North Korea's government maintains that there has not been a single confirmed case there, though analysts have questioned whether that is possible. North Korea was the first country to suspend tourism and to shut its borders in response to the virus, in the third week of January.The country has a fragile health system, which experts fear would be quickly overwhelmed by even a small outbreak of Covid-19.In his "ve...