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Cohesion, unity, and centrality will be affected if some of its members are excluded or left behind, writes Vannarith Chheang
POSTED |  09-03-2017
Indonesian air force is holding its largest military exercise near some of its islands in the South China Sea.
POSTED |  04-10-2016
All Nippon Airways is cancelling some Boeing Dreamliner flights owing to a problem with the plane’s engine.
POSTED |  25-08-2016
Some Turkish diplomats were on the run after being recalled as part of an inquiry into last month’s failed...
POSTED |  11-08-2016
The Harvard graduating class of 2016 got some words of wisdom from...
POSTED |  28-05-2016-- By Mia Galuppo --
Facebook’s “like” button isn’t going away, but...
POSTED |  25-02-2016-- By Anick Jesdanun, AP --
With Jeb Bush dropping out of the presidential race, some of his donors were preparing...
POSTED |  21-02-2016
Millions of people being relocated from cities, greater centralization, and more movie blockbusters are just some of...
POSTED |  08-01-2016
As global car sales soar, the demand for tires is transforming Southeast Asia’s landscape. New plantations of rubber trees are lifting some out of poverty – but may also spark an ecological disaster, writes CHARLES MANN.
POSTED |  05-01-2016
Some US universities are now offering programs on the business of craft beer, which has become highly popular.
POSTED |  02-01-2016
There is some truth after all to a popular British song that says the dictator had “only got one ball.”
POSTED |  20-12-2015
New York set a record on Sunday for the warmest December 13, with some residents heading out in shorts and sandals.
POSTED |  14-12-2015
With Christmas shopping and the winter sales all approaching, what is it that makes...
POSTED |  28-11-2015-- By Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic --
The Iran nuclear deal could be good news for some Persian rug aficionados in the US who can’t wait for the embargo to be lifted, writes Sarah Parvini
POSTED |  23-11-2015
Global investment management firm Franklin Templeton Investments plans to invest some US$3 billion in Vietnam over the next five years.
POSTED |  22-10-2015
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China now the biggest source of foreign tourists to Boston
A record number of Chinese tourists visited Boston last year, dethroning the United Kingdom as the No.1 source of overseas tourists.