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BEIJING (Xinhua): With the arrival of a new decade, one predictable thing about China in the 2020s is that it is shifting into a higher-quality economy that is more open and abounds with new opportunities for global businesses.
Hanoi: Hanoi's Department of Transport has released plans to regulate traffic in several streets to facilitate the finishing touches of the Formula One (F1) racetrack as the country gears up for a spectacular F1 race from to be held heree from April 3-5.
BEIJING: A woman who was allowed to drive her luxury Mercedes SUV into Beijing's Forbidden City has sparked outrage in China over the privileges and arrogance of the rich and powerful.
BEIJING/CANBERRA/MANILA: Researchers from Australia's national science body have successfully genetically engineered mosquitoes that are resistant to spreading dengue virus - the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) annoounced on Saturday (Jan 18).
SINGAPORE: A strange thing happens in Singapore after the government announces it’s selling highly-coveted land. Executives from developers bidding for the sites hit the golf course together.
(Reuters) - Israeli Roy Nissany will take part in three free practice sessions with the tail-end Williams Formula One team at grand prix weekends this season after being appointed official test driver on Wednesday.
NEW YORK (Bloomberg): Stocks struggled for traction in Europe while US equity-index futures slipped as concern over trade tensions lingered before America and China sign an initial trade accord. Treasuries rose and the dollar edged higher.
(Reuters) - Jordan Henderson and Lucy Bronze have been named England's players of the year for 2019, the Football Association has said.
THIS is the column I have waited six years to write. It is the third and most crucial part of a story that began even earlier, on Oct 10,2012.
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Former Pope Benedict, in a new book written with a conservative cardinal, defends priestly celibacy in the Catholic Church in what appears to be a strategically timed appeal to Pope Francis to not change the rules.