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China's release of its latest official national map has stirred controversy and opposition from neighboring countries, including India, Malaysia, Vietnam, Taiwan, and the

Chinese airlines are now rerouting their flights to and from the United States to avoid Russian airspace, as per flight tracking website FlightAware and industry sources.

During an official welcome ceremony in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia's capital, a small group of Chinese Catholics excitedly waved their country's flag as they tried to catch a glimpse of Pope Francis.


Sources in the industry have revealed that Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd (0293.HK) is on the verge of finalizing an order valued at approximately $2 billion for Boeing


Hong Kong's population experienced a 2.1% increase from mid-last year to June this year, according to provisional government data released on Tuesday. This marks a significant upturn, the

The UAE and Cambodia have reached an agreement on a Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) to boost trade and commerce ties between the two


Hong Kong reported a notable growth in retail sales in June, marking the seventh consecutive month of expansion. The increase by 19.6% from the previous year was attributed to a recovery

A 3,000-year-old head sculpture of an eternally-young Tutankhamun — the Egyptian pharaoh known as King Tut — goes under the hammer this week in London despite an outcry from Cairo.


Tesla Inc has announced a price reduction for its Model 3 and Model Y electric vehicles in Japan, effective from the beginning of this month. The company has lowered the prices of all variants

Models in zombie make-up and a growing number of women on the catwalks were among the eye-catching features of Men's Fashion Week, which wrapped up in


The South Korean won and Philippine peso experienced the most significant losses among Asian currencies on Thursday as the U.S. dollar remained strong. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome

A bolt of lightning pierced its tower and flames licked across its thick oak roof. Thirty-five years ago it was York Minster in northern England that went up in flames.


Human rights activists have alerted the U.S. Congress to the possibility of almost 2,000 North Koreans currently held in detention centers in China being forcibly repatriated once North Korea


British pop legend Elton John has joined "friend" George Clooney in calling for a boycott of nine Brunei-owned hotels over the sultanate's new death-penalty laws for