China announced it has postponed its most important political meetings of the year because of the outbreak of the coronavirus, a significant step for an authoritarian government that has always kept tight control over its political calendar. The COVID-19 has killed more than 2,500 people and sickened more than 77,000 in mainland China. This comes as the number of cases jumps to more than 800 in South Korea. We have the latest information.
Plus, U.S. President Donald Trump said Monday the United States will sign an agreement to sell U.S. helicopters and other equipment to India's military. Anubhav Gupta, associate director with the Asia Society Policy Institute in New York discusses the significance.
Those stories and more are all on this International Edition.