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Health officials said Sunday they had detected the Covid Omicron strain in Australia for the first time in two passengers who were tested after flying into Sydney from southern Africa.

The eastern state of New South Wales' health authority said it had conducted urgent genomic testing and confirmed the new strain was present in the two people who landed in Sydney on Saturday.

Both passengers came from southern Africa and arrived in Australia on a Qatar Airways flight via Doha, NSW Health said in a statement. 

They tested positive for Covid shortly after arriving, leading to an urgent analysis for possible infection by the heavily mutated Omicron strain. — AFP

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Ousted Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi is expected to hear the verdict in her incitement trial on Tuesday, the first in a catalogue of judgements to be handed down in a junta court that could jail her for decades.

The Nobel laureate has been detained since the generals ousted her government in the early hours of February 1, ending the Southeast Asian country's brief democratic interlude.

More than 1,200 people have been killed and over 10,000 arrested in a crackdown on dissent, according to a local monitoring group.

Suu Kyi faces three years in jail if found guilty of incitement against the military — just one of the charges that analysts say are aimed at removing the democracy icon from the political arena for good.

But the junta's plans for Suu Kyi remain unknown, they add, and authorities could also delay the verdict. — AFP

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The military’s Western Mindanao Command mobilizes the air asset and transports thousands of doses of COVID-19 vaccines to Sulu in preparation for the three-day nationwide National Vaccination Day program that will start on Monday.

The vaccines are transported from Manila to Zamboanga City via a commercial flight earlier and are picked by the personnel from the Ministry of Health of the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao and troops from Joint Task Force Zamboanga.

Maj. Gen. Alfredo Rosario Jr., commander of Westmincom, says they immediately facilitated the transport of the vaccine to Jolo via the Philippine Air Force’s C-295 light transport plane. — The STAR/Roel Pareño

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