China says U.S. 'addicted to quitting' over plan to withdraw from WHO

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China said on Monday the United States was "addicted to quitting" following Washington's decision to leave the World Health Organization (WHO) and said the withdrawal reveals a pursuit of power politics and unilateralism.

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Published on May 29, 2020 -  04:15
Covid update: Flight passengers infected; China's plan; Karnataka blockade
From over a dozen passengers on domestic Indian flights found to be infected, to Karnataka placing a complete travel blockade on people from 5 states - here are the top ten news updates on the Covid-19 pandemic. Maharashtra's total Covid case tally crossed 59,000. Meanwhile, a public interest litigation was filed against the Gujarat government over alleged low testing. Also, China said that it aims to achieve positive economic growth this year, even as the world stares at the possibly worst recession in decades due to the pandemic. Watch the full video for the other updates on the spread of the Sars-Cov-2 coronavirus.

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