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Three decades of advances took lithium-ion batteries from powering handheld Sony camcorders to propelling Tesla’s popular electric vehicles. The rapid rise is facing a major test in the Covid-19 pandemic.
China's National Security Law for Hong Kong, passed late Tuesday night in Beijing and became effective immediately, carries long imprisonment sentences for serious offenders, as seen in the following articles extracted from the law published by Xinhua News Agency.
As surrogates boom, there are fears of Ukraine becoming an international 'online baby store'.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Authorities will lock down more than 300,000 people in suburbs north of Melbourne for a month from late on Wednesday to contain the risk of infection after two weeks of double-digit rises in new coronavirus cases in Australia's second most populous state.
(Reuters) - Australia will spend A$270 billion (£150.60 billion) over the next decade to acquire longer-range strike capabilities across air, sea and land, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Wednesday.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia will boost defence spending by 40% over the next 10 years, buying long-range military assets that will be focused on the Indo-Pacific region, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Wednesday.
As the pandemic lockdown eases in Dubai, its world-class tourism industry is charting a gradual comeback – but the new normal has taken a toll on the city’s “wow” factor.
The travel reservation company Booking.com deserves to be able to trademark its name, the US Supreme Court decided on June 30, overruling a federal agency that found it too generic to merit protection.
TOULOUSE, France/PARIS: Airbus is cutting 15,000 jobs within a year, including 900 already earmarked in Germany, saying its future is at stake after the coronavirus outbreak paralysed air travel.