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MADRID (Reuters) - Thousands of protesters gathered in central Madrid on Friday to draw attention to domestic violence in a year when over 40 women have been recorded so far as having been killed by their partner or ex-partners.
LONDON: The record surge of investors into bonds increases the risk of a sudden sell-off that could reverberate across asset classes, according to HSBC’s $500 billion global asset management unit.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Li Doudou's grey kitten squeezes in next to her as she sits painstakingly applying makeup and putting up her hair in a bun adorned with elaborate ornaments.
Many Chinese mainland students in the US enjoy broad access to news and Western social mores, but still oppose the protests in Hong KongThat is largely because they value economic success and political stability over personal freedom
KABUL (Reuters) - A deadly suicide bombing this week near an election rally in central Afghanistan where President Ashraf Ghani was due to speak came as a sharp reminder of the risks to a ballot set for the end of next week in the shadow of failed peace talks.
The trade war is taking its toll on Apple Inc, a new survey of Chinese consumer attitudes shows.
Bangkok: A sprinkle of chilli, some pinkish “pork” and a few basil leaves tossed into a sizzling wok - chef Songpol swears his vegan version of punchy Thai favourite pad kra phao is a match for the original, as plant-based protein creeps onto South-East Asia’s meat-heavy menus.
MUMBAI: London has overtaken India’s financial capital Mumbai to become the top centre for trading the nation’s currency. That’s adding to a sense of urgency among local authorities to deepen the onshore market.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spaniards were frustrated and angry on Wednesday after being called to the polls for a fourth time in four years and some said they would stay away from the ballot box, making it harder to predict how the political deadlock could be broken.
A growing number of countries are following China's lead in deploying artificial intelligence to track citizens.