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G7 foreign ministers seek a common front against what they see as aggression from Russia.
POSTED |  22-04-2018
US President Donald Trump hailed a US-led missile assault on Syria’s regime as “perfectly executed.”
POSTED |  14-04-2018
Britain hailed the mass expulsion of more than 100 suspected Russian spies around the world as a “turning point.”
POSTED |  27-03-2018
Obesity could overtake smoking as the chief avoidable cause of cancer-related deaths.
POSTED |  23-03-2018
The two Koreas marched behind their own flags as the curtain fell on the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
POSTED |  25-02-2018
South African lawmakers selected Cyril Ramaphosa as the country’s new president.
POSTED |  15-02-2018
South Africa’s ruling party ordered Jacob Zuma on Tuesday to step down as head of state.
POSTED |  13-02-2018
Jordan’s King Abdullah voiced concern over a decision by Washington to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
POSTED |  21-01-2018
President Donald Trump lashed out at the US judicial system as “broken and unfair.”
POSTED |  10-01-2018
A new tell-all book depicts US President Donald Trump as mentally unstable.
POSTED |  05-01-2018
Vietnam is prepared to move a million people along the south coast as a typhoon approaches.
POSTED |  25-12-2017
Saudi King Salman said Palestinians have the right to Israeli-annexed east Jerusalem as their capital.
POSTED |  13-12-2017
Emmerson Mnangagwa vowed sweeping change as he was sworn in as Zimbabwe’s president.
POSTED |  24-11-2017
The big-spending Chinese, who have a reputation for carrying wads of cash with them, have emerged as a...
POSTED |  09-11-2017
Saad al-Hariri, who quit as Lebanese Prime Minister in a weekend broadcast, has been held under house arrest in Saudi Arabia.
POSTED |  07-11-2017
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A record number of Chinese tourists visited Boston last year, dethroning the United Kingdom as the No.1 source of overseas tourists.