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An Indian politician brazenly admitted that he hit a steward on...
POSTED |  23-03-2017
The Islamic State group has claimed the deadly assault at the British Parliament.
POSTED |  23-03-2017
Fried chicken franchises in South Korea are scrambling to contain the fallout from the rotten poultry scandal in Brazil.
POSTED |  23-03-2017
American Airlines is in advanced talks to buy a $200 million stake in Asia’s biggest airline China Southern.
POSTED |  23-03-2017
Mexico’s government warned Mexican companies that it would not be in their...
POSTED |  22-03-2017
A young man has been caught trying to smuggle more than 1,000 diamonds into Shenzhen City.
POSTED |  22-03-2017
North Korea launched a missile from its east coast but it appeared to have exploded in mid-air shortly after liftoff.
POSTED |  22-03-2017
Norway has been ranked the happiest nation in the World Happiness Report 2017.
POSTED |  22-03-2017
The United States warned that extremists plan to target passenger jets with bombs hidden in electronic...
POSTED |  21-03-2017
North Korea’s uranium enrichment facility has doubled in size over the last few years.
POSTED |  21-03-2017
Australia came under fresh criticism over its treatment of its indigenous population.
POSTED |  21-03-2017
Ousted South Korean president Park Geun-hye apologized to the country as she arrived at prosecutors’ offices for questioning.
POSTED |  21-03-2017
A 25-year-old Thai sea turtle died from blood poisoning after an operation to remove 915 coins from her stomach.
POSTED |  21-03-2017
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates once again topped the Forbes magazine...
POSTED |  20-03-2017
A lawyer known as her “bullet-proof vest” is on former South Korean president Park Geun-hye’s legal team.
POSTED |  20-03-2017
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TRAVEL & LEISURE
China now the biggest source of foreign tourists to Boston
China now the biggest source of foreign tourists to Boston
A record number of Chinese tourists visited Boston last year, dethroning the United Kingdom as the No.1 source of overseas tourists.
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