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NICOSIA (Reuters) -Cyprus appealed to the U.N. Security Council on Wednesday over plans by Turkish Cypriot authorities to partially reopen an abandoned resort, as Turkey repeated its call for a two-state solution on the island despite international criticism.
ZHENGZHOU (China Daily/ANN): A total of 12 people have been killed in the torrential rains in the downtown area of Zhengzhou, the provincial capital of central China's Henan province, the local government said.
CLARK FREEPORT (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN): Filipinos barred by the Chinese coast guard from fishing in Scarborough Shoal (also known as Panatag Shoal) off Zambales province have recently found a device reportedly used in oil exploration.
With Klang fulfilling all but one of the Housing and Local Government Ministry’s criteria — a university — its council is reapplying in the hope that it will finally obtain the upgrade
BEIJING: China has unveiled a maglev train capable of a top speed of 600 kph, making it the fastest ground vehicle globally, state media said.The new maglev transportation system made its public debut in the coastal city of Qingdao, east China’s Shandong province.
, ISUMI, Japan (Reuters) - Whenever Teruo Adegawa arrives at Taito Beach, other surfers recognize him right away. Dressed in a Hawaiian shirt and shorts, the 78-year-old steps out of his car, leaving his walking stick by the passenger seat.
BEIJING (Reuters): Two of 14 workers who have been trapped in a flooded highway tunnel for five days so far in the southern Chinese city of Zhuhai were found dead, the city government said on Monday (July 19).
BELGRADE (Reuters) - The prospect of winning an Olympic gold medal for Serbia outweighs the disappointment of playing in an empty venue at the Tokyo games, the men's world tennis number one Novak Djokovic said on Monday.
SANDWICH, England (Reuters) -American debutant Collin Morikawa produced an ice-cool final round to win the British Open by two strokes on a blazing hot afternoon at Royal St George's on Sunday.
DURBAN, South Africa (Reuters) - South African authorities in the port city of Durban said on Saturday they were investigating a coastal chemical spill that may have been caused by a warehouse fire during unrest this week.