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China is battling Omicron and Delta outbreaks in several cities, testing the country's strict "zero-Covid" strategy just weeks before Beijing hosts the Winter Olympics.
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic says Australian authorities have 'no principles' in its deportation of world number one tennis player Novak Djokovic over his Covid-19 vaccination status.
Tan Hwee Koon, 64, is said to have negligently left his van in reverse gear and stepped on the accelerator.
French-Iranian academic Fariba Adelkhah was jailed anew for breaking house arrest restrictions, an official from the Islamic republic's judiciary authority said on Sunday.
A blueprint based on ‘sacred geometry’ was designed to build Auroville, a perfect city of unity. But 50 years on the Galaxy Plan has created anger and division Meditation with dawn fire on Auroville's birthday, at the Matrimandir Amphitheatre, 28 February, 2017. Photograph: Melting Spot/Alamy Nestled deep in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu, cocooned from the world by a young forest, lies a community that wants to change the world. Ask the residents, of Auroville, who come from more than 60
Loh Kean Yew's meteoric rise in world badminton hit a road bump as he lost in the India Open final, but Singapore's mixed doubles duo Terry Hee and Tan Wei Han scored an upset win.
Muay Thai is the type of martial arts that helps you reach your fitness goals in record time. But it takes consistency, effort, and exciting full-body workouts.
Russian troops are returniNg home after order was restored in Kazakhstan
A Turkish court on Monday extended the detention of a civil society leader whose case has set Ankara on a collision course with Europe's top human rights body and Western allies.
Millions of Americans hunkered down as a major winter storm hit the eastern United States with heavy snow and ice knocking power out for an estimated 130,000 customers as of early Monday.
US President Joe Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida will meet virtually Friday to discuss bilateral ties as well as security in the Pacific region, the White House said.
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Monday that he had recovered from a second bout of Covid-19, as he resumed his public activities.
Bangladesh police said Sunday they had arrested the brother of a notorious insurgent leader whose organisation has been blamed for murders and drug trafficking in sprawling Rohingya refugee camps.
At least 26 people were killed after an earthquake hit western Afghanistan on Monday, an official said.
Here is a round-up of sports events and developments in Singapore in the past week (10 to 16 January).
The city may still be deep in the throes of the Omicron surge and adapting to the latest Covid restrictions, but Paris Fashion Week will nevertheless launch Tuesday.
Greek artist Alekos Fassianos, whose work drew on his country's mythology and folklore, died Sunday at the age of 86, his daughter Viktoria told AFP.
"Boats and large boulders washed ashore," in Tonga, says New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, after a huge volcano eruption at the islands. The Tongan capital Nuku'alofa "is covered in a thick film of volcanic dust," Ardern adds.
The chief executives of America's largest airlines warned of a "catastrophic disruption" to travel and shipping operations if telecommunication firms roll out their 5G technology as planned Wednesday without limiting the technology near US airports.
Yati Narsinghanand was arrested for making misogynistic remarks against Muslim women