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SEOUL: South Korea has broken ground for the country’s first and biggest K-pop concert hall K-Culture Valley Arena in Goyang city, Gyeonggi province.

Thailand is expected to receive 300,000 foreign tourists each month for the rest of the year, the chamber of commerce said on Monday, as the country welcomed the first vaccinated visitors without quarantine requirements.

About 10,000 schools resumed on-site classroom teaching on Monday, with the government giving an assurance students will not face across-the-board or regular antigen tests for Covid-19.

YALA: Three policemen were injured, one seriously, when a bomb exploded on a road in Raman district, peppering their patrol pickup with shrapnel, on Monday morning.

Bangladesh police have arrested 172 Rohingya in recent weeks after a crackdown sparked by the brutal murder of a prominent community leader, the force said Monday.

JAKARTA: Indonesia has approved the Sinovac Biotech Covid-19 vaccine for children aged 6-11, its food and drug agency said on Monday, following the US Food and Drug Administration's approval of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine for younger kids.

KANCHANABURI: A government patrol arrested 102 Myanmar nationals for illegal entry in Sai Yok district on Monday, police said.

A positive atmosphere reigned on Monday as Thailand began welcoming vaccinated tourists arriving by air from 63 countries and all deemed at low-risk of Covid-19, without quarantine.

HONG KONG: Three Hong Kong activists, including media tycoon Jimmy Lai, pleaded not guilty on Monday to charges over last year's banned Tiananmen vigil.

While thousands of visitors to Shanghai Disneyland on Sunday were queuing for roller coasters and watching fireworks above the fairytale castle, staff quietly sealed the amusement park. People in Hazmat suits streamed in through the gates, preparing to test everyone for Covid-19 before they could leave for the day.


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