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What’s behind the European rush to rekindle ties with China?
As the war in Ukraine drags on, Beijing is being viewed as a critical player in any resolution of the conflict.
Christian school that 'celebrates childhood' becomes killing scene in Nashville
The Covenant School became the site of the latest mass shooting in the US, when a former student killed 6.
‘Friends’, job offers vanished once dad was not Malaysian PM any more: Ismail Sabri Yaakob’s son
Dafi, whose real name is Gaddafi Ismail Sabri, said he had already expected such a thing to happen.
South-east Asia lays out red carpet for Chinese tourists. Are they coming?
Domestic and international travel by Chinese citizens is rising as Beijing dismantles its Covid-19-era curbs.
Asean-China economic ties can progress faster when political issues are also worked on: PM Lee
The world cannot afford a conflict between China and the rest of the world, or US and China, PM Lee stressed.
Thai opposition Move Forward sticks to election campaign bid to amend law on insulting monarchy
The decision could leave it out of a coalition government
A surfing town in Hainan where young Chinese go to ‘lie flat’
Riyuewan’s future is at a crossroads after the end of China’s zero-Covid policy and borders are open.
How Europe’s draft plan to tackle climate change could lead to trade protectionism
Unable to persuade Washington to modify its approach, the EU has now decided to beat the US and China at their own game.
Germany reaches deal with EU on future use of combustion engines
Europe will allow vehicles with internal combustion engines beyond 2035 but only if they use carbon-neutral fuel.
How Vietnam is trying to stop rice warming the planet
Rice is to blame for around 10 per cent of global emissions of methane.
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