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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said he could even “eat” extremists if they’re...
POSTED |  24-04-2017
A Malaysian MP said rape victims can ward off a “bleak future” by marrying their rapists.
POSTED |  05-04-2017
Arab leaders said they would be ready to have a historic reconciliation with Israel.
POSTED |  30-03-2017
Thai police said they were no longer searching for a missing Russian tourist after finding no sign of her.
POSTED |  28-03-2017
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said he could not stop China from building on a disputed shoal near his country’s west coast.
POSTED |  20-03-2017
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the existing “strategic patience” approach to North Korea is over.
POSTED |  17-03-2017
Myanmar’s military said official investigations failed to substantiate alleged...
POSTED |  28-02-2017
Apple chief executive Tim Cook said technology firms must up their game in tackling...
POSTED |  11-02-2017
China said the US is putting regional stability in East Asia at risk by its...
POSTED |  04-02-2017
Bruce Springsteen said at a concert in Australia he’s embarrassed to be an American.
POSTED |  04-02-2017
China said it had “irrefutable” sovereignty over disputed islands in the South China Sea.
POSTED |  24-01-2017
French presidential hopeful Marine Le Pen said a string of high-stakes elections in 2017 would blow a wind of change across Europe.
POSTED |  22-01-2017
Ford Motor Co said on Tuesday (Jan 3, 2017) it will cancel a planned $1.6 billion factory in Mexico.
POSTED |  04-01-2017
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un said his country was close to test-launching...
POSTED |  02-01-2017
The Chinese head of religious affairs said The Vatican should take steps to improve relations with China.
POSTED |  27-12-2016
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