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Airbus is engulfed in a fresh bout of speculation over the future of senior managers.
POSTED |  13-12-2017
The art of Naples’ dough-twirling pizza makers joined UNESCO’s list of “intangible heritage.”
POSTED |  07-12-2017
Construction of a smart city in Hanoi is expected to begin in the first quarter of 2018.
POSTED |  07-12-2017
Time magazine named as Person of the Year “the silence breakers” who revealed the pervasiveness of sexual...
POSTED |  06-12-2017
Concentrations of the smallest and most harmful airborne pollutants in Delhi hit 384 -- 15 times the WHO maximum.
POSTED |  03-12-2017
The average number of South Korean children expected to be born per woman stands at 1.26 in 2017.
POSTED |  03-12-2017
McDonald’s opened its first branch in the historic heart of communist Hanoi.
POSTED |  02-12-2017
President Vladimir Putin will use Russia’s possible ban from next year’s Olympic Games as...
POSTED |  01-12-2017
Bangladesh and Myanmar have agreed to take help from the UN to safely repatriate hundreds of thousands...
POSTED |  25-11-2017
Skype has joined the lengthening list of internet tools on China’s blacklist, disappearing from download stores.
POSTED |  22-11-2017
Malaysians work 15 hours more than their contracted hours each week, but have a high percentage of productivity loss.
POSTED |  17-11-2017
The leaders of the US and China laid out sharply divergent visions for the future of global trade.
POSTED |  10-11-2017
Japanese police suspect a stray cat was involved in the attempted murder of an elderly bedridden woman.
POSTED |  10-11-2017
Bob Lutz, the former chairman of General Motors, believes the auto industry is not long for this world.
POSTED |  09-11-2017
Sheep have been trained to recognize the faces of celebrities, including former US President Barack Obama.
POSTED |  08-11-2017
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