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(Reuters) - Football has long mixed with politics in South America but the refusal of Chilean players to play a friendly against Peru in sympathy with anti-government protesters has taken action and awareness to a new level.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's capital Delhi was shrouded in a deeper cover of toxic smoke on Thursday, as data showed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's pledge to stamp out the burning of crop stubble in neighbouring states is not working.
Chinese voters want to show their disappointment with the Pakatan government but they also fear that a Barisan win would worsen the politics of race and religion.
RIYADH (Reuters) - Uber's chief executive said on Monday the murder by Saudi Arabia, a major investor in his company, of journalist Jamal Khashoggi last year could not be excused and that he was wrong to have described the killing as a "serious mistake".
While the United States and China appear keen to sign the first phase of a trade deal, could China’s request for a rollback in tariffs be a potential stumbling block?
ALIBABA Group Holding Ltd should put its Singles’ Day shopping extravaganza out to pasture.
If we are to prevent catastrophic climate change, we have to look for ways of living that promote sustainable ecosystems.
Never having been subject to British rule, Nepal’s historical trajectory has been quite different from its South Asian neighbours.
Everything is awesome in financial markets. The sense that a trade deal may finally be on the cards sent stocks and crude soaring in the US on Thursday, while flight-to-safety trades such as bonds and gold slumped.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Press freedom watchdogs rebuked the Indian government on Friday for revoking the overseas citizenship of British writer Aatish Taseer, calling it retribution for criticism of Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi.