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The deadliest-ever outbreak of the Ebola virus has surged in West Africa.
POSTED |  21-06-2014
The 2014 World Cup will drive $1.5 billion in global ad spend, according to a report by ZenithOptimedia.
POSTED |  21-06-2014
Tokyo may host the world’s first robot Olympics in 2020.
POSTED |  21-06-2014
The United States has slapped sanctions on Uganda amid deep US anger at “vile” Ugandan anti-gay laws.
POSTED |  20-06-2014
Copenhagen City Council has approved the 40 million kroner needed to get the remaining 1,860 GoBike electronic city-share bicycles on the road.
POSTED |  20-06-2014
Philippine President Benigno Aquino is expected to seek closer maritime cooperation with Japan.
POSTED |  20-06-2014
Talented young writers from ASEAN countries have until June 30 to enter the “ASEAN Young Writers Award” competition.
POSTED |  20-06-2014
A teary-eyed King Juan Carlos sealed his abdication of the Spanish crown on Wednesday.
POSTED |  19-06-2014
Fans visiting Sao Paulo can better understand why Brazilians have a passion for football at the Museu do Futebol.
POSTED |  19-06-2014
The chairman of China Construction Bank (CCB), Wang Hongzhang, said London was the leading center for financial services in Europe.
POSTED |  19-06-2014
Surabaya city officially closed the the brothels of Dolly red-light district on Wednesday.
POSTED |  19-06-2014
Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff's approval ratings have fallen below 40 percent since the World Cup began.
POSTED |  18-06-2014
The Bank of Thailand on Wednesday (June 18) kept its key interest rate unchanged for a second straight meeting.
POSTED |  18-06-2014
China was among three countries in the world to receive recognition this year for reducing hunger by half.
POSTED |  18-06-2014
Two US death row inmates were executed by lethal injection within a span of two hours.
POSTED |  18-06-2014
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