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Myanmar's faithful Catholics will be in Yangon for a historic mass led by Pope Francis.
POSTED |  23-11-2017
Eight warships joined a US aircraft carrier to search for three American sailors who went missing.
POSTED |  23-11-2017
Climate change means ice, where polar bears are most at home, is melting earlier in the year.
POSTED |  23-11-2017
Zimbabwe’s incoming president Emmerson Mnangagwa is preparing for his new role.
POSTED |  23-11-2017
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Myanmar’s Rohingya population was being subjected to “ethnic cleansing.” 
POSTED |  22-11-2017
Skype has joined the lengthening list of internet tools on China’s blacklist, disappearing from download stores.
POSTED |  22-11-2017
Driverless buses will appear on some roads in Singapore from 2022 to improve mobility in the city-state.
POSTED |  22-11-2017
UN judges sentenced former Bosnian Serbian commander Ratko Mladic to life imprisonment.
POSTED |  22-11-2017
Chinese social media and video game giant Tencent became more valuable than...
POSTED |  21-11-2017
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani declared the end of Islamic State on Tuesday.
POSTED |  21-11-2017
Mount Agung on the resort island of Bali, which has been rumbling in recent months, erupted on Tuesday.
POSTED |  21-11-2017
A Malaysian mother was shocked to find that her 15-year-old daughter had given birth in a shopping mall toilet.
POSTED |  21-11-2017
China is calling for a ceasefire in Myanmar’s Rakhine State so that Rohingya...
POSTED |  20-11-2017
The UNHCR has urged Japan to resettle more asylum seekers after giving refugee status to just 3 people in the first half of the year.
POSTED |  20-11-2017
Chancellor Angela Merkel is left battling for political survival after high-stakes talks to form a new government collapsed.
POSTED |  20-11-2017
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