US Donald Trump entertains a crowd of more than 100,000 people at a cricket stadium in Ahmedabad by mangling Indian names and Hindi words during his state visit to India.
The Chinese government has defended its decision to expel three Wall Street Journal reporters over an op-ed Beijing deemed ‘racist’ and ‘slanderous’.
The coronavirus can be contracted by inhaling tiny airborne particles carrying the virus, Chinese officials said; those exposed to high concentrations are most at risk.
A global watchdog is set to put Myanmar on its money-laundering ‘gray list’, sources close to an ongoing meeting in Paris said, citing trafficking, regulatory concerns.
With restrictions on Chinese tourists due to the coronavirus costing billions of dollars, Southeast Asian travel firms, hotels and airlines are wooing domestic tourists.
China’s death toll from the coronavirus has passed 2,000 with more than 74,000 infections; Hong Kong has reported its second fatality.
Chinese authorities reported another 98 coronavirus fatalities Tuesday, taking the country’s death toll to 1,868 from 72,436 cases.
The death toll from the coronavirus in China’s Hubei surged by a daily record of 242 and daily cases jumped by 14,840 under a new diagnosis method.
The cruise ship MS Westerdam, which was barred entry by five countries amid the coronavirus outbreak, has been allowed to anchor near Cambodia’s port of Sihanoukville.
The US attorney general has announced that four Chinese hackers have been charged in connection with the 2017 Equifax data breach.
Thailand has refused permission for a Holland America cruise ship to dock amid fears of coronavirus, despite there being no confirmed infections among passengers.
More than 60 new cases of coronavirus have been reported on a cruise ship quarantined in Yokohama, Japan, taking the total number of infections on the vessel to some 130.
‘Parasite’ wins four Oscars; Joaquin Phoenix, Renee Zellweger named best actors while Martin Scorsese’s ‘Irishman’ leaves empty-handed.
The UN Security Council failed to agree on a statement urging Myanmar to follow the ICJ’s provisional steps in the Rohingya genocide case, as China and Vietnam objected.
Production at Apple supplier Foxconn is said to be in danger of serious disruption if the coronavirus outbreak is not brought under control soon.