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UK judge allows first flight sending asylum-seekers to Rwanda to go ahead

The United Kingdom's controversial plan to send asylum-seekers to Rwanda as early as next week was green-lit on Friday, after the High Court in...

How a failed vote on Jewish settlers shows the Israeli government is teetering

Efforts by former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his allies to bring down the country's governing coalition risk hurting the very cause the...

Prince William goes undercover to highlight a big issue

Homelessness and long-term unemployment aren't problems we generally associate with the royals, who've been born into a job for life and enjoy all the...

Analysis: China’s economy is looking brighter but it’s not in the clear yet

From big gains in tech stocks to robust trade data, China has had plenty of good news on the economic front this week. ...

US and Chinese defense ministers meet in Singapore

US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Chinese Minister of National Defense Gen. Wei Fenghe have begun meeting at a major defense summit in Singapore. ...

Panic buying in Shanghai as mass testing notices spark fears of new lockdown

Shanghai will carry out Covid-19 testing on more than half of its 25 million residents this weekend, fueling fears of a return to more...

How glamping became China’s hottest new travel trend

"Every grassland is covered with tents during weekends," says 26-year-old glamping enthusiast Yoga Song.

India is facing a firestorm over ruling party officials’ comments about Islam. Here’s what you need to know

India is trying to contain the diplomatic fallout as outrage grows in the Muslim world following derogatory comments made by ruling party officials about...

Chinese military plane crashes in residential area, at least one dead

A Chinese military plane crashed in a residential area in central China on Thursday, killing at least one person, China's state-run national broadcaster CCTV...

China and Cambodia break ground at naval base in show of ‘iron-clad’ relations

Officials from China and Cambodia broke ground on a controversial, Chinese-funded upgrade of a naval base in southern Cambodia on Wednesday, with Beijing's envoy...

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Former Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou to make historic visit to mainland China

Taiwan's former president Ma Ying-jeou will visit mainland China next week, the first such trip by a former Taiwanese leader since the end of...

Former Australian soldier arrested for alleged war crime in Afghanistan

A former soldier has become the first serving Australian serviceman or veteran charged with the war crime of murder for allegedly killing a civilian...

India cuts internet to 27 million as Punjab police hunt Sikh separatist

Indian authorities have blocked internet access for about 27 million people in the state of Punjab for a third straight day -- one of...

Kim Jong Un talks up North Korea’s nuclear capability as daughter watches missile test

North Korea must be ready to launch nuclear counter strikes at any time to deter war, state media quoted leader Kim Jong Un as...

King Charles marks first Mother’s Day since Queen’s death

Britain's King Charles has remembered the late Queen on the first Mother's Day in the UK since her death.
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