BEIJING: China on Monday announced a drastic cut to children's online gaming time to just three hours a week during term time, the latest move in a broad crackdown on tech giants in the world's biggest gaming market. Gamers under 18 will only be allowed to play online between 8:00 pm and 9:00 pm on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, state news agency Xinhua said, in what it described as a bid to curb addiction in the gaming-crazy nation. [Print] [EU removes US from Covid safe list for non-essential travel] [China limits children's online gaming to three hours a week] [Active coronavirus cases on the rise] [Overstayed goods: Waiver of penal surcharge not likely] [Agri income returns: FBR chief extends cooperation to provinces] [Pakistan seeks five LNG cargoes] [POL products: Ogra works out 'substantial' decrease in prices] [SMEs: PM calls for finalising proposed policy] [German FM undertakes two-day visit] [Israel says it will loan Palestinians money after highest-level talks in years] [US military completes withdrawal from Afghanistan]