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Twitter users are exposing pro-Russian sentiment, and Beijing is not happy

Anonymous Twitter users are exposing the extreme nationalism and pro-Russian sentiment circulating online in China -- and Beijing is not happy about it. ...

The world’s top city destinations in the Covid era

There are many ways to judge a city's success as a tourist destination beyond the number of visitors it gets.

Analysis: Putin’s bullying backfires as Finland and Sweden edge closer to joining NATO

When Vladimir Putin launched his invasion of Ukraine, his goals were clear. He wanted to bring his neighbor to heel, assert Russian authority in...

China accuses US of ‘weaponizing’ extended Shanghai lockdown

China has lashed out at the United States for ordering its consulate staff to leave the locked-down city of Shanghai, accusing officials of "weaponizing"...

Boeing loses more than 90 jet orders due to war in Ukraine

Boeing is likely to lose about 90 jet orders due to "geopolitical issues" related to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the company said Tuesday. ...

Germany faces $240 billion hit if Russian gas is cut off

Germany would plunge into a deep recession if its supply of Russian gas was suddenly shut off, the country's top forecasters warned on Wednesday. ...

Amazon warehouse injury rate last year was more than twice the rate of other warehouses

The rate of serious injuries at Amazon warehouses in the United States is more than twice as high as those at other, non-Amazon warehouses,...

3 reasons Shanghai’s lockdown matters to the global economy

China is struggling to contain an outbreak of Covid-19 in Shanghai despite a 17-day lockdown that is keeping most of its 25 million residents...

UK inflation hits 30-year high of 7%

British consumer price inflation leaped to its highest level in three decades last month, intensifying the pressure on embattled Prime Minister Boris Johnson and...

Heavy rains and flooding in South Africa kill 59

Heavy rains and floods have battered the eastern coast of South Africa, killing at least 59 people, damaging roads and destroying houses, prompting authorities...

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West Africa bloc mediator ‘satisfied’ after meeting Burkina Faso new military leader

The mediator sent to Burkina Faso by West Africa's main political and economic bloc ECOWAS, Mahamadou Issoufou, on Tuesday said he was satisfied by...

Survivors recount horror of Indonesia stadium tragedy as officials say locked exits contributed

Fans attempting to escape the chaos that erupted at Indonesia's Kanjuruhan Stadium last Saturday became trapped after security failed to open multiple exit gates,...

A barrier of fear has been broken in Iran. The regime may be at a point of no return

A woman dressed in black raises a framed portrait of her son, Siavash Mahmoudi, in the air as she paces the sidewalk in Iran's...

American citizen Baquer Namazi leaves Iran after being held for more than six years

A US-Iranian dual national, Baquer Namazi, 85, who was detained in Iran left for Oman on Wednesday, according to his family and Iranian state...

Avalanche kills at least 4 mountaineers in Indian Himalayas

At least four people were killed and 28 people remain missing after an avalanche hit a group of mountaineers in the Indian Himalayas on...
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