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Russian lawmakers have drafted a vaguely worded bill ...
POSTED |  29-11-2014
Bali’s popularity as an international tourist destination has enticed more foreigners, but many of them choose to take the easy way by misusing their tourist visas.
POSTED |  29-11-2014
Aquaculture is a critical sector in the Asia-Pacific region, which presently supplies more than 90 percent of world production.
POSTED |  29-11-2014
German electronic music band Stabil Elite will have four performances in Hanoi, Danang and HCMC from 2 to 6 Dec 2014.
POSTED |  29-11-2014
World Trade Organization members agreed to the first ...
POSTED |  28-11-2014
Beijing adopted an anti-smoking legislation on Friday (28 Nov 2014), vowing to ban smoking in all indoor public places, workplaces and public transport vehicles.
POSTED |  28-11-2014
Laos’ income from the export of rubber products increased substantially this year despite the crisis in rubber pricing in the world market.
POSTED |  28-11-2014
An animal rights group has petitioned the Swiss government to ban a traditional, if rare, practice of eating cats for dinner and turning dogs into sausages.
POSTED |  28-11-2014
Alibaba founder Jack Ma plans to invest ...
POSTED |  27-11-2014
The Washongton Post offers a rare glimpse into the complex and meticulous backstage efforts to manage Hillary Clinton’s lucrative speaking career.
POSTED |  27-11-2014
In Pakistan, a new Health TV show is trying to deal with the delicate subject of sex and embarrassing illnesses without angering conservatives.
POSTED |  27-11-2014
Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha vigorously defended his position as leader on 26 Nov 2014, more than six months after he seized power in a bloodless coup.
POSTED |  27-11-2014
A Chinese heavy machinery maker has produced the world’s first ...
POSTED |  26-11-2014
Hanesbrands Vietnam, a subsidiary of US clothing group anesbrands, has opened its third factory worth US$15 million in Vietnam.
POSTED |  26-11-2014
Prince, whose distaste for the music industry’s conventions is well known, has abruptly disappeared from social media after tentative efforts to promote his two new albums.
POSTED |  26-11-2014
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