Taiwan, a self-governing island in Asia, is not only famous for its dominance in the global semiconductor sector but can now also call itself a submarine-maker after it unveiled its first underwater vessel on Thursday. The submarine, named “Hai Kun” in Mandarin and “Narwhal”
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Many see the World Cup as a battle between pace attacks. In that case, India hold their own comfortably.
After debuting at the United Nations General Assembly, Thai Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin must get to work on foreign policy issues, not least Myanmar, says Bangkok-based journalist Jitsiree Thongnoi.
Wholesalers say they are being forced by the junta to sell at a loss or risk arrest.
China spends billions of dollars a year to manipulate global information flows, a new US government report says.
Hike is about enough to cover a couple of meals.
Region’s millions depend on rice for 50% to 70% of their calorie intake.
They are Chinese food, officials say, not appropriate for a key Korean holiday.
Beijing calls attention to its Micronesia projects with ubiquitous China Aid signs but rejects scrutiny.
Frozen two months ago after elections ‘neither free nor fair,’ officials now say the aid will benefit Cambodians.
The advocate for the ethnic Karen tribal community went missing at Kaeng Krachan National Park in 2014.
Each spring, magpies swoop on countless unsuspecting victims while defending their nests.
Polarization Indicator: Fragmentation of global trade continues David Woo breaks down data pointing to a noticeable decrease in direct trade between China and major developed economies such as the US, Japan, and Germany, as well as diminishing short-term, geopolitical risks,
In the past few days, there has been a steady stream of ethnic Armenians fleeing the contested region of Nagorno-Karabakh. Azerbaijan launched a 24-hour assault on the Armenian enclave, which is surrounded by Azerbaijani territory, on September 19 and, following a ceasefire
The International Monetary Fund’s June 2023 assessment of Indonesia’s export ban policy has reignited debate on Indonesia’s downstream industrial policy. Advocates emphasize its substantial impact on export revenues and value addition, while critics pinpoint the fiscal cost
Returning villagers found their dismembered bodies.
Every Chuseok a stark reminder for families separated during the Korean War that time is running out
With many separated family members getting older, most will never have the chance to meet their loved ones on the other side of the border again.
CCTV footage of a young girl walking around a street reportedly asking for help surfaced online this week.
A well-respected Israeli think tank, the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS), has proposed that Israel ask for a security treaty with the United States. The proposal is in an editorial form and has no signatures attached to it. Therefore it isn’t clear if the
Boey Chee Ming's book, When I Was a Kid 3, sparked protests in Jakarta over what was seen as an insulting depiction of an Indonesian maid.
Worst outbreak on record is blamed on wet weather allowing virus-carrying mosquitoes to spread.
‘It shook my core’: A Malaysian mum’s anguish and calls for stronger measures after her girl’s sexual abuse
A child rights advocate has also urged the Malaysian authorities to strengthen investigation procedures, increase support for survivors and ensure timely prosecution.
The island’s indigenously developed prototype will be delivered to the navy by 2024.
Hoang Thi Minh Hong was found guilty of tax evasion.
A woman spoke to us from inside the refrigerated lorry in France, saying they were struggling to breathe.
The stricken Chinese property giant said Hui Ka Yan was under suspicion of "illegal crimes".