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VIENTIANE (Vientiane Times/ANN): The under construction Laos-China railway is the biggest development project taking place in Laos and is a part of China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
KUALA LUMPUR: It’s hard being a liberal these days. The world seems to want to go in the opposite direction. Authoritarianism is on the rise in China, mercantilism in the US, populism everywhere from Brazil to the Philippines and South-East Asia, and an oxymoronic "illiberal democracy” in Hungary and Poland.
GEORGE TOWN: The government is being extra vigilant during the Chinese New Year festive period in order to prevent overseas pork and pork-related products from entering the country.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's opposition-dominated Senate on Friday rejected a new law that would allow judges who criticise the government's judicial reforms to be disciplined.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Benoit Paire overcame a second set of simmering frustration that ended with a smashed racket and point penalty to advance to the Auckland Open final on Friday and a showdown with fellow Frenchman Ugo Humbert.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Poland and Germany will be the biggest beneficiaries of a new 100-billion-euro (£85.7 billion) EU fund designed to help coal-dependent regions move towards a greener economy, European Commission data showed on Thursday.
Capsule hotels are becoming more popular among young travellers in major European cities, where traditional accommodations can be very expensive.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission said on Wednesday it would not tolerate distortion of historic facts after Russia suggested Poland was partly responsible for starting World War Two and said it would challenge disinformation wherever it occurred.
MUNICH, Germany (Reuters) - His jacket sparkling with war medals, 96-year old David Dushman holds back the tears as he remembers the eyes of emaciated prisoners at the Nazi death camp at Auschwitz which he helped liberate 75 years ago this month.
WARSAW (Reuters) - The European Union has no grounds to question Poland's judiciary reforms, its government spokesman said on Tuesday.