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The Iranian missile fire that shot down a Ukrainian Boeing airliner last year stemmed from a mixture of recklessness, incompetence and disregard for human life on the part of Tehran, an official report by Canadian experts released Thursday said, though it found no evidence the strike was premeditated.
The US government banned imports of solar panel materials from a Chinese company and placed trade restrictions on four others Thursday for alleged use of forced labor in the Xinjiang region.
China said on Thursday it had filed a lawsuit at the World Trade Organization challenging Australia's anti-dumping measures on a range of goods, marking further escalation in tensions between the two countries.
For the first time since being rescued 13 years ago from the hands of FARC guerillas who had held her hostage for more than six years in the Colombian jungle, Franco-Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt was able to confront her captors on Wednesday.
Russia on Wednesday said it fired warning shots at a British navy destroyer in the Black Sea after it violated the country's territorial waters, but the UK denied the incident had occurred.
Suning.com, once China’s dominant retailer of home appliances, is planning to buy unspecified assets from a local private equity fund to revive the group, after forays in football clubs and other businesses drained cash. The firm is holding talks to buy some companies from a fund backed by Shenzhen Capital Group, it said in an exchange filing on Wednesday, without disclosing the details. The purchase will be funded by issuing new shares and partly by cash, it added. It is the latest move by bill
The coronavirus outbreak in Guangdong province has placed “huge” psychological pressure on small and medium-sized enterprises across China’s manufacturing hub, and some fear they might lose orders to other factories across the country. This comes as parts of the province, which accounts for about 10 per cent of China’s economic output, have recently been ravaged by a confluence of setbacks – surging commodity prices and shipping fees; an electricity shortage; and troublesome lockdowns associated
The Taiwanese edition of Apply Daily assured readers that its operations will continue as the island's government on Thursday denounced the closure of its sister paper in Hong Kong under a national security law.
China has urged New Zealand to increase cooperation between the two countries, including helping the Pacific islands recover from the Covid-19 pandemic. Beijing has stepped up engagement with Wellington, which is the only member of the Five Eyes alliance to take a divergent approach towards Beijing amid rising tensions. The two sides have neither “historical grievances” nor “actual conflicts”, Foreign Minister Wang Yi told his counterpart Nanaia Mahuta in a video conference held on Tuesday.Do yo
Zhang Zhizhen qualified for Wimbledon on Thursday to become the first Chinese man in the Open era to play in the Grand Slam tournament.
The UN and a handful of countries pressured Russia Wednesday to continue allowing authorization of the only border crossing through which humanitarian aid reaches Syria's insurgent Idlib region, but Moscow remained adamant that such a move threatens Syrian sovereignty.
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A group of 20 Canadian parliamentarians are calling on the government to audit the “financial and personal connections” of top Hong Kong officials and their spouses to Canada, a preliminary step to enact sanctions against anyone responsible for “the dramatic erosion of Hong Kong’s freedoms”. In a letter to Foreign Minister Marc Garneau dated Tuesday, the 14 MPs and six senators say that “thousands of Canadian citizens who are fearful of their future” in Hong Kong are desperate for the Canadian g
The global chip shortage continues to disrupt supply in China’s car market, with no signs of relief, as output falls and dealers in some parts of the country struggle to fill showrooms. The lack of semiconductors, which have become vital for increasingly smart cars, is affecting car plants around the world, forcing carmakers to halt production. The effect can be seen at car dealerships in China, where the push to adopt electric and hybrid cars, which China calls new energy vehicles (NEVs), has b
Equities and oil prices rose again Friday, building on the week's global rally, after US lawmakers and the White House agreed a rare bipartisan deal on infrastructure that will provide another huge cash injection into the world's top economy.
England are through to the Euro 2020 knockout stages but Gareth Southgate must find a way to take the handbrake off as he gears up for tougher challenges ahead.
Introduced in 2019, the new Enhanced CPF Housing Grant (EHG) which will streamline the CPF Housing Grants system, while making HDB more accessible to a wider pool of buyers. Learn all about it here.
Hongkongers were still flocking to purchase copies of the 26-year-old Apple Daily’s final edition as residents made their way to work on Thursday morning, with many supporters emotional as they queued amid drizzling rain. The tabloid-style newspaper folded at midnight on Wednesday, with its online platforms – including its Facebook and Twitter accounts – ceasing operations, hours after national security police detained its lead editorial writer that morning as part of an ongoing crackdown. Less
A major Buddhist group in Taiwan is set to follow two tech firms by donating Covid-19 vaccines to the island’s government, which is struggling to secure enough shots amid an ongoing outbreak. The move by the Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Foundation came as Taiwan extended its soft lockdown for two more weeks to July 12 after it recorded 104 new infections and 24 deaths on Wednesday. It also came after Terry Gou, the billionaire founder of Foxconn, and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.