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President Donald Trump will decide next week whether the United States would...
POSTED |  28-05-2017
Thousands of Buddhist monks, nuns and supporters of an ultranationalist Buddhist group gathered at an annual conference.
POSTED |  27-05-2017
Peace talks between the Philippine government and communist insurgents have broke down.
POSTED |  27-05-2017
Nearly three-quarters of cosmetics allergy cases in Shanghai were caused by basic skin-care products.
POSTED |  27-05-2017
Leaders from the world’s major industrialized nations began talks at a G7 summit...
POSTED |  27-05-2017
Gunmen attacked a group of Coptic Christians traveling to a monastery in southern Egypt, killing 28 people.
POSTED |  27-05-2017
Kik Interactive will launch a crypto-currency that would enable customers to use a whole range of digital services.
POSTED |  27-05-2017
China accused the US of trespassing after an American warship sailed...
POSTED |  25-05-2017
The Philippines deployed attack helicopters and special forces to drive out Islamic State-linked rebels.
POSTED |  25-05-2017
Researchers in Brazil are experimenting with a new treatment for severe burns using the skin of tilapia fish.
POSTED |  25-05-2017
US President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron seemed to have a hard time letting go when they first met.
POSTED |  25-05-2017
Religious police in Indonesia caned two men for gay sex as hundreds of people watched the...
POSTED |  24-05-2017
British Prime Minister Theresa May vowed on Tuesday that “terrorists will not prevail.”
POSTED |  23-05-2017
British actor Roger Moore, who played James Bond over two decades with a suave wit, died on Tuesday.
POSTED |  23-05-2017
North Korea is on a clear path to obtaining a nuclear-armed missile capable of striking the United States.
POSTED |  23-05-2017
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