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FOUR years ago, real estate developer and self-described political outsider Donald Trump raised the anti-establishment banner, unleashed a populist political storm in the United States, and won the US presidential election, overturning power in Washington and changing the country's foreign policy.
Products made in Tianjin contained traces that investigation found may have come from Ukrainian milk powderIt poses different questions to those around food that would be cooked before consumption, with research scarce on infection through what we eat
NEW DELHI, Jan 19 (Bloomberg): Two of India’s richest men have landed in an unlikely controversy over farming laws, becoming targets of protesters who allege the tycoons have benefited from their close links to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Most people in the United States know somebody – maybe a friend or acquaintance – who believes the narrative Trump pushed over the past five years.
In 1991, the People’s Liberation Army was ‘backwards’ compared to the might of America, experts sayBut the US’s demolition of Iraq ignited a modernisation programme that has turned the PLA into a modern, technology-driven fighting force
The mysterious “Q” behind the QAnon conspiracy movement, which was instrumental in the storming of the US Capitol, is in fact two people, according to Swiss experts.
For the first time, Milan Fashion Week is unfolding entirely on computer screens and social media platforms. A resurgence of Covid-19 in the city has dashed any hopes of even a handful of physical shows.
China’s rich spent US$54 billion at home on luxury goods last year with coronavirus halting overseas trips
Sales of luxury goods in China soared 48 per cent last year to 346 billion yuan (US$53.5 billion) with overseas travel virtually impossible due to the coronavirusChina’s 1.58 million high net worth families, with at least 10 million yuan of investible assets, had an average annual household expenditure of 1.75 million yuan last year
HONG KONG, Jan 18 (SCMP): Drinking water provided to nearly 100 million people in China has levels of toxic chemicals that exceed safe limits, researchers have found.
How 'The Turner Diaries' continues to inspire right-wing groups opposed to the US government.