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Japan prime minister warns China over East China Sea moves

TOKYO, Japan: China's efforts to develop areas in the East China Sea are "unacceptable," Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said ...


American arrested, Chinese officials charged with spying in US

WASHINGTON D.C.: The Department of Justice has said that an American citizen and four Chinese intelligence officers have been charged ...


To help US businesses, 35,000 foreign workers to be taken in

WASHINGTON D.C.: Due to the inability of businesses to hire enough workers, the U.S. has announced that it will grant ...


EU heads tell Ukraine military supplies will continue

BRUSSELS, Belgium: European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell has said that the bloc would ensure Ukraine that it has ...


Turkish lira falls another 2%, at lowest since December

ISTANBUL, Turkey: As state lenders reduced the amount of dollar sales to prop up the currency for the ninth consecutive ...


Falling sales causes Forbes to drop Samsung on list of tech companies

SEOUL, South Korea: Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics fell two places in Forbes' rankings of the World's Largest Tech Companies ...


Poland very disappointed with Germany

Polish President Andrzej Duda has accused Berlin of breaching a deal to replace tanks that Warsaw sent to KievGermany has ...


Mandatory Union Membership Adds to Hurdles, Say Media in NE Syria

Washington - A new requirement that journalists in northeast Syria join an official union to obtain press credentials is seen ...


Taliban Allow UAE Company to Run Operations at Key Afghan Airports

Islamabad, Pakistan - The Taliban government signed an agreement Tuesday with a state-run United Arab Emirates aviation company to allow ...


Asia Cup 2022: Dominant Pakistan beat hosts Indonesia 13-0

Jakarta [Indonesia], May 24 (ANI): After holding their nerves to score a late goal that halted India from cruising to ...


PM Modi's 'leading' from front photo at Quad Summit

New Delhi [India], May 24 (ANI): A photograph of Prime Minister Narendra Modi from the front at the Quad Leaders' ...


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Agreement reached to return Parthenon sculpture to Greece

ATHENS, Greece: In a significant move for Greece, which has intensified its campaign to bring back sculptures from its most ...

Japan prime minister warns China over East China Sea moves

TOKYO, Japan: China's efforts to develop areas in the East China Sea are "unacceptable," Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said ...

US House Speaker Pelosi banned from communion over abortion views

SAN FRANCISCO, California: In a letter released this week, the archbishop of San Francisco, Salvatore Cordileone, said U.S. House Speaker ...

Tornado hits western German city; dozens injured, 2 dead

BERLIN, Germany: At least 43 people were injured after a tornado struck the western German city of Paderborn on May ...

American arrested, Chinese officials charged with spying in US

WASHINGTON D.C.: The Department of Justice has said that an American citizen and four Chinese intelligence officers have been charged ...

To help US businesses, 35,000 foreign workers to be taken in

WASHINGTON D.C.: Due to the inability of businesses to hire enough workers, the U.S. has announced that it will grant ...

International Business

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McDonald's operator buys all 850 Russian branches as company departs

MOSCOW, Russia: McDonald's has announced that it will sell all its branches in Russia to one of its local licensees, ...

Indian private space launch company Skyroot sees first launch in 2023

NEW DELHI, India: Skyroot, India's first privately held company to design, build and test a solid rocket propulsion system, successfully ...

Ireland reverses South Dublin County Council ban on data centers

DUBLIN, Ireland: In a message sent to the international high tech community, Ireland's state planning watchdog has ordered the South ...

Strain of Ukraine war causes Russian defense spending to increase 40%

MOSCOW, Russia: According to preliminary data released by the finance ministry this week, almost three months after Moscow's invasion of ...

With cash reserves running low, Pakistan bans imports of luxury goods

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Pakistan has banned the import of all non-essential luxury goods in an effort to stabilize the economy, describing ...

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Asia Cup 2022: Dominant Pakistan beat hosts Indonesia 13-0

Jakarta [Indonesia], May 24 (ANI): After holding their nerves to score a late goal that halted India from cruising to ...


Sports Minister Anurag Thakur felicitates Boxing World Championship and archery World Cup teams

New Delhi [India], May 24 (ANI): It was a double celebration for Indian Sports on Tuesday as Union Minister of ...


Deshaun Watson accusers to appear on 'Real Sports'

HBO's "Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel" will air a report Tuesday night on the Deshaun Watson case, featuring two of ...


Four-star QB Eli Holstein commits to Alabama

Alabama picked up a four-star quarterback out of enemy territory on Tuesday. Eli Holstein, from Zachary, La., and rated the ...


Colts sign RB Ty'Son Williams

The Indianapolis Colts signed free agent running back Ty'Son Williams on Tuesday, two weeks after the Baltimore Ravens withdrew their ...


Bulls, Pistons to play in Paris next season

The Chicago Bulls and Detroit Pistons will play a regular-season NBA game in Paris next season. The game will be ...


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Hyatt Regency New Orleans

Expectations were high for this top of the line Hyatt product in "The Big Easy". The taxi rolled up to the rear of the ...