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Britain plans to send a warship to the disputed South China Sea next year to conduct...
POSTED |  27-07-2017
Amazon launched its express delivery service in Singapore, in direct competition with China’s Alibaba.
POSTED |  27-07-2017
Malaysia’s parliament on Thursday passed two bills that will legalize e-hailing services.
POSTED |  27-07-2017
Russian intelligence agents attempted to spy on President Emmanuel Macron’s election campaign earlier this year.
POSTED |  27-07-2017
The EU warned of swift retaliation after the US House of Representatives voted to...
POSTED |  26-07-2017
President Donald Trump said that transgender people may not serve “in any capacity” in the US military.
POSTED |  26-07-2017
French zoo officials were bursting with joy on Wednesday at the news their female panda is pregnant.
POSTED |  26-07-2017
Indonesia is the only ASEAN country that has not yet totally banned...
POSTED |  25-07-2017
US President Donald Trump attacked Attorney General Jeff Sessions for being “very weak” in pursuing intelligence leaks.
POSTED |  25-07-2017
Two Italian brothers robbed dozens of cash machines while wearing masks of US President Donald Trump.
POSTED |  25-07-2017
An elephant that gave tourist rides in the Zimbabwean town of Victoria Falls trampled his handler to death.
POSTED |  25-07-2017
A Thai reform panel has approved a “reconciliation social contract” to heal...
POSTED |  24-07-2017
The long-delayed trial to find justice for a ruthlessly tortured puppy begins this week in Boston.
POSTED |  24-07-2017
The Chinese Communist Party’s anti-graft watchdog has launched an investigation into a Politburo member.
POSTED |  24-07-2017
A man armed with a chainsaw wounded five people in the northern Swiss city of Schaffhausen.
POSTED |  24-07-2017
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