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TOKYO: Signs of a weakening Japanese economy are fuelling concerns among some ruling party lawmakers that the country cannot cope with an increase in an unpopular sales tax in October, after previous hikes hurt growth and derailed political careers.
Batik fan and Australia’s High Commissioner to Malaysia Andrew Goledzinowski talks about the government exchanges that have taken place since last year’s General Election.
Cultural superiority is stupid and disastrous, Chinese President Xi Jinping warns as US tensions persist
He urges more openness and cooperation in speech at Beijing’s Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilisations US State Department’s Kiron Skinner had provoked criticism by calling competition with China ‘a fight with a really different civilisation’
Sweetly sinister adventure Little Misfortune attracted further interest through its free demo.
The first two trailers for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint lay out an island compound for players to infiltrate and dominate on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC come October.
(Reuters) - When Pep Guardiola was lured to Manchester City in 2016 the club's Abu Dhabi owners did so convinced the Spaniard was the man to lead them to Champions League glory.
Comment by Chatri Sityodtong WHEN I was much younger, I would often compare my level of success with that of my friends, people I knew, or even with my heroes and role models in life.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - A top Indonesian lawmaker has demanded a parliamentary inquiry into the deaths of more than 500 officials during recent elections, most of them linked to fatigue-related illnesses in gruelling work conditions.
LIVERPOOL, England (Reuters) - Juergen Klopp's Liverpool wrote one of the most amazing chapters in the history of the club's European triumphs with a 4-0 victory over Lionel Messi's Barcelona in the Champions League semi-finals on Tuesday that stunned the world of football.
SKOPJE (Reuters) - Pope Francis on Tuesday implicitly blessed efforts by North Macedonia and other Balkan countries to join the European Union, saying Skopje could look to its most famous daughter, Mother Teresa, as a stimulus to build a common destiny.