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Antivirus software pioneer John McAfee was found dead in his jail cell in Spain on Wednesday, officials said, shortly after a court approved his extradition to the United States where he was wanted for tax evasion.
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Four members of the Saudi hit squad that killed US-based journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018 had received paramilitary training in the United States that had been approved by the State Department, the New York Times reported late Tuesday.
He can’t stay in the top job when his term ends next year. But President Rodrigo Duterte can and will stage-manage what happens next.
US health authorities plan to update official guidance about administering mRNA Covid vaccines to adolescents and young adults after finding a likely link to rare cases of heart inflammation, but say the overall benefits still "clearly" outweigh the risks.
The first trial under Hong Kong's new national security law begins Wednesday without a jury, a landmark moment for the financial hub's fast-changing legal traditions.
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A United States warship sailed through the sensitive Taiwan Strait over Beijing’s protests, in the sixth such transit near the self-ruled island under US President Joe Biden’s administration. The USS Curtis Wilbur, an Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer, conducted a “routine transit” through the strategic waterway that separates Taiwan from mainland China on Tuesday to “demonstrate the US commitment to a free and open Indo-Pacific”, according to a US Navy statement. “The United States m
Chinese President Xi Jinping has urged Finland to play a “unique” role in its relations with the European Union, following the US President Joe Biden’s Europe tour in which he rallied support to confront China. “It is of vital importance for China and the EU to jointly uphold dialogue and cooperation as the mainstream of bilateral relations, and mutual benefit as the main theme for bilateral cooperation,” Xi told his Finnish counterpart Sauli Niinisto during a telephone conversation on Monday, a
The world’s largest iPhone factory, located in the central Chinese city of Zhengzhou, is offering record-high cash rewards for workers, especially experienced hands, to sign on as Foxconn Technology Group ramps up its production capacity in a fresh sign of China’s central role in Apple’s global supply chain. As part of its “biggest raise in the past five years”, Foxconn said the unit that produces mechanical parts for the iPhone – called innovative Product Enclosure Business Group (iPEBG) – is o
Ousted Hong Kong lawmaker Sixtus Baggio Leung Chung-hang has made a last-ditch attempt to challenge his criminal conviction for storming a Legislative Council meeting five years ago in a bid to take his oath of office. Leung lost his first appeal against conviction last September for taking part in an unlawful assembly, with the High Court finding the 34-year-old had displayed violent behaviour involving illegal force during the chaotic incident on November 2, 2016. Ousted lawmaker Baggio Leung
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.
Taiwan reported only six new Covid-19 deaths and 79 infections on Tuesday, the lowest since its latest outbreak peaked about a month ago. But overall, its case fatality rate is more than 4 per cent – much higher than the global average of 2.16 per cent and the US’ 1.8 per cent. It is also higher than the 1.76 per cent reported in Hong Kong, according to the global figures. Among the 575 deaths reported since the pandemic began over a year ago, more than 560 have been recorded since late April, w
Whether it is China’s rover on Mars, its space station orbiting the Earth or its moon probe bringing back lunar samples, one little-known system is behind them all. The core of the Kylin computer operating system has been guarded as a national secret and its use in the country’s space programme has only just been officially confirmed. Its main codes were written by Chinese military researchers, according to developer China Electronics Corporation (CEC), but it also includes elements of Unix-like
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.
Hong Kong's embattled pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily has been hit by a wave of resignations as authorities push to silence the outspoken tabloid and staff mull whether to leave or stay until the bitter end.
US Justice Department said Wednesday it had seized 33 Iranian government-controlled media websites, as well as three of the Iraqi group Kataeb Hezbollah, which it said were hosted on US-owned domains in violation of sanctions.
Bitcoin fell underneath $30,000 on Tuesday for the first time in five months, hit by concerns over China's ongoing crackdown on the world's most popular cryptocurrency.At about 1230 GMT, bitcoin sank as low as $29,334, a level last seen in January, with analysts citing Chinese efforts to curb trading and mining operations.
The US government won't meet its goal of administering one or more doses of a Covid vaccine to 70 percent of US adults by July 4, White House Covid response team coordinator Jeffrey Zients conceded Tuesday.
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