Foreign News

Australian ex-PM Scott Morrison Censured By Country’s Parliament
November 30, 2022 335 321

Australia’s former prime minister Scott Morrison listed his achievements in government as he unsuccessfully argued against being censured by the ... Read more

S.Korea’s Yoon Urges Attention To Any ‘Financial Instability’ As Money Market Jolted
November 29, 2022 774 729

South Korea’s government and the central bank should pay greater attention to addressing any financial instability, President Yoon Suk-yeol told ... Read more

China’s Military Says It Drove Away US Guided-missile Cruiser Near Spratly Islands
November 29, 2022 709 682

China’s military said on Tuesday it drove away a US guided-missile cruiser that “illegally intruded” into waters near the South China Sea’s... Read more

Australia Argues Against 'Endangered' Great Barrier Reef Status
November 29, 2022 643 607

Australia's environment minister said Tuesday her government will lobby against UNESCO adding the Great Barrier Reef to a list of endangered World ... Read more

China Police Out In Numbers To Prevent More COVID Protests
November 29, 2022 616 585

Chinese authorities have begun inquiries into some of the people who gathered at weekend protests against COVID-19 curbs, three people who were at ... Read more

South Korea Raises Truckers’ Strike Impact Warning To ‘Serious’
November 28, 2022 700 664

South Korea’s government will meet a striking truckers’ union on Monday for the first talks of a five-day nationwide walkout, as supply chain g... Read more

Riots In Belgium, Netherlands After Morocco Win At FIFA World Cup
November 28, 2022 588 561

Riots broke out in several Belgian and Dutch cities after Morocco’s 2-0 upset win over Belgium at the World Cup Sunday.Police detained about a do... Read more

Foreign Investments In Belarus Under Heavy Pressure
November 28, 2022 559 529

After the Belarusian regime began its spiral of political repressions in 2020, multinational firms came under pressure to divest from Belarus due t... Read more

Taiwan President Resigns As Party Leader After Election Loss
November 28, 2022 490 470

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen resigned as head of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party following local election losses on Saturday in which vote... Read more

Pakistan Launches New Anti-polio Drive Amid Spike In Cases
November 28, 2022 491 455

Pakistani authorities launched a new nationwide anti-polio drive on Monday amid a spike in new cases among children, health officials said. It is t... Read more

With Snow In Days, Ukraine Conflict Braces For Big Escalation
November 28, 2022 446 421

Just after the current spell of heavy rain plaguing the main war theatre in eastern and southern Ukraine, the conflict between Russian and Ukrainia... Read more

China: Two European Journalists Arrested While Covering Protests Against Covid-19 Curbs
November 28, 2022 407 390

Two European journalists, who were covering the protests in China against the strict coronavirus measures, were arrested on Sunday.BBC journalist E... Read more

Iran Calls For US Ban From World Cup Over Social Media Post
November 28, 2022 388 367

Iranian state media is calling for the U.S. to be banned from competing in the 2022 World Cup over a now-deleted social media post in which the U.S... Read more

Taliban’s Treatment Of Women Could Be Crime Against Humanity, Say UN Experts
November 26, 2022 819 793

The Taliban treatment of women and girls in Afghanistan may amount to a crime against humanity and should be investigated and prosecuted under inte... Read more

Germany And France Agree To Co-operate On Energy Amid Ukraine War Shortages
November 26, 2022 730 711

Germany and France pledged on Friday to provide each other mutual support in preventing a possible energy crisis after supplies from Russia dried u... Read more

Fresh Strike By Train Drivers To Cause More Travel Chaos
November 26, 2022 642 622

A fresh strike by train drivers will cause more travel chaos for passengers on Saturday amid warnings of further walkouts in a long-running dispute... Read more

UK House Price Rally To End Next Year But No Big Crash Expected
November 25, 2022 748 711

British house prices will fall in 2023, putting an end to years of bumper rises, but a large crash was unlikely despite the cost of living crisis a... Read more

UAE President, Jordan’s King Discuss Expanding Cooperation In Abu Dhabi
November 25, 2022 655 641

UAE President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Jordan’s King Abdullah II discussed the strong relations between their two nations and ways ... Read more

Malaysia's Anwar Begins Work As PM After Polarising Election
November 25, 2022 577 557

Malaysia's newly appointed Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim said on Friday his primary focus would be on the cost of living as he takes office with a s... Read more

Russia's Parliament Passes Law Banning 'LGBT Propaganda' Among Adults
November 25, 2022 539 524

Russia's parliament approved on Thursday (Nov 24) a bill that widens a prohibition of "LGBT propaganda" and restricts the "demonstration" of LGBT b... Read more

French Parliament Seeks To Enshrine Abortion Rights In Constitution
November 25, 2022 492 487

The French parliament has backed a proposal to enshrine abortion rights in the country’s constitution, in a move devised as a direct response to ... Read more

China Reports New Daily Record Covid-19 Cases; Curbs Tighten Across Country
November 25, 2022 484 471

China on Friday reported another record high of daily Covid-19 infections, as cities across the country enforce measures and curbs to control outbr... Read more

Rescuers In Indonesia Pull Six-year-old Boy From Rubble After Deadly Quake
November 24, 2022 651 617

On the fourth day of an increasingly urgent search, Indonesian rescuers narrowed their work Thursday to a landslide where dozens are believed trapp... Read more

China Orders Covid Lockdown In Zhengzhou After iPhone Factory Protests
November 24, 2022 579 544

A central Chinese city home to a vast iPhone factory has ordered an effective Covid lockdown for several districts, after violent protests that saw... Read more

US Fed Officials Lean Toward Slower Interest Rate Increases Amid Recession Fear
November 24, 2022 526 501

US Federal Reserve officials concluded earlier this month that the central bank should soon moderate the pace of interest-rate increases to mitigat... Read more

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