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Genting Bhd is expected to start construction of its US$4 billion Asian-themed resort, Resorts World Las Vegas, in the second half of this year.
POSTED |  12-05-2014
BurgerFuel has opened its first store in Egypt, a new front in the fast-growing New Zealand food brand's Middle East expansion.
POSTED |  12-05-2014
Pope Francis has set another of his predecessors on the road to sainthood.
POSTED |  11-05-2014
US First Lady Michelle Obama on Saturday denounced as an “unconscionable act” the kidnapping of more than 200 Nigerian schoolgirls by Islamic militants.
POSTED |  11-05-2014
Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was heckled as he began his first day of a year's community service.
POSTED |  11-05-2014
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday called for effective measures to improve work style of government officials.
POSTED |  11-05-2014
Peru’s imposing capital of Lima has the worst air pollution of all Latin American cities.
POSTED |  11-05-2014
Pro-government “Red Shirts” began massing in Bangkok on Saturday to counter the opposition’s bid to install an unelected regime.
POSTED |  10-05-2014
A strong 6.4-magnitude earthquake has rattled Mexico, causing a bridge to collapse.
POSTED |  09-05-2014
China became home for the first time to the world's three biggest public companies and five of the top 10.
POSTED |  09-05-2014
The US Federal Election Commission ruled unanimously on Thursday that certain political committees can accept contributions in bitcoins.
POSTED |  09-05-2014
German carrier Lufthansa will replace its Boeing 747-400 with the world’s longest plane B747-8 on the Mumbai-Frankfurt route.
POSTED |  09-05-2014
The Daihatsu Tanto was Japan’s best-selling vehicle in April, the first time in a year that a minicar has topped the rankings.
POSTED |  09-05-2014
The Beverly Hills City Council on May 6 approved a resolution condemning new laws targeting gays and women in the Southeast Asian sultanate of Brunei.
POSTED |  08-05-2014
The European Union and Japan stressed on Wednesday their common ground on global security issues, highlighted by the Ukraine crisis.
POSTED |  08-05-2014
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