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CHINA and the U.S. are shipping goods to each other at the briskest pace in years, making the world’s largest bilateral trade relationship look as if the protracted tariff war and pandemic never happened.
WITH the shift towards a digital economy, the workforce of tomorrow will require specialised skills and knowledge to seize the future and the opportunities that will potentially come their way.
THERE has been an average of almost four suicide cases a day in the first three months of 2021, totalling up to 336 cases reported to the police.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Belarusian dissident journalist Roman Protasevich appeared to resurface on Twitter on Wednesday, less than two weeks after being moved to house arrest, and denied suggestions that he had been tortured by the authorities.
(Reuters) - The Ever Given, one of the world's largest container ships, has been cleared to leave the Suez Canal after the canal authority reached a settlement with the vessel's owner and insurers.
GENEVA (Reuters) -The U.N. Special Rapporteur told Belarus on Monday to immediately free some 530 jailed people whom rights groups consider "political prisoners" as Washington's envoy hinted at the possibility of further economic sanctions against Minsk.
GENEVA (Reuters) - The forced grounding of a passenger plane in Minsk shows the Belarussian government's wish to end all forms of dissidence, the U.N. Special Rapporteur told the Human Rights Council on Monday, comparing its tactics with those of totalitarian states.
Philippine security forces searched among coconut trees on a remote southern island Monday for the flight data boxes of an aircraft that crashed and killed 50 people in one of the country's worst military air disasters.
A military plane carrying at least 85 people "missed the runway" and crashed in the restive southern Philippines on Sunday, the armed forces chief said.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - EU sanctions designed to punish veteran Belarus leader Alexander Lukashenko for a sweeping political crackdown will leave him largely unscathed and able to continue financing the economy and his security forces, rating agencies and analysts say.