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Skype has joined the lengthening list of internet tools on China’s blacklist, disappearing from download stores.
POSTED |  22-11-2017
China is calling for a ceasefire in Myanmar’s Rakhine State so that Rohingya...
POSTED |  20-11-2017
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri arrived on Saturday in France from Saudi Arabia.
POSTED |  18-11-2017
Target has pulled fidget spinners from their shelves due to lead levels well above the regulations for children’s toys.
POSTED |  15-11-2017
Leaders from across Asia joined US President Donald Trump at an extravagant gala dinner in Manila.
POSTED |  12-11-2017
Spaniards rallied in Barcelona to denounce regional lawmakers’ vote to sever the region from Spain.
POSTED |  29-10-2017
Singapore will not allow any growth in its car population from February next year.
POSTED |  23-10-2017
North Korean computer hackers have stolen hundreds of classified military documents from South Korea.
POSTED |  10-10-2017
More than 60 Rohingya Muslim refugees from Myanmar are believed to have drowned when their boat...
POSTED |  29-09-2017
US President Donald Trump has backed away from a threat to skip the summit with South East Asian leaders.
POSTED |  29-09-2017
Iran said it had successfully tested a new medium-range missile in defiance of warnings from Washington.
POSTED |  23-09-2017
Rivals, mainly from China, are creating pressure to showcase innovation.
POSTED |  20-08-2017
Municipal leaders across the United States will step up efforts to pull Confederate monuments from public spaces.
POSTED |  15-08-2017
A Mormon church leader was removed from his post and kicked out of the religion.
POSTED |  09-08-2017
Southeast Asian nations will cooperate more closely amid “grave concerns” about an elevated threat from Islamic State.
POSTED |  29-07-2017
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