Hong Kong police fired tear gas to break up rallies as black-clad activists blocked roads and trashed shopping malls across the New Territories on Sunday on the 24th straight weekend of anti-government protests.
Hong Kong violence spills across New Territories on 24th weekend of unrest
Moscow photographer Galina Goryushina said that online shopping has changed her life.
Russian e-commerce booms despite economic doldrums
Researchers conducting a study in a peri-urban area in southern India have found that air pollution in the country is associated with a higher risk of cardiovascular diseases (CVD).
Air pollution in India linked to heart attack, stroke: Study
Islamabad says there are “zero” contacts between Pakistan and India, despite the opening of a border crossing between the two nuclear-armed neighbors for Indian pilgrims to visit a Sikh temple, which was a landmark act of cooperation between the two rivals.
India, Pakistan have ‘zero’ contact despite border cooperation: Islamabad
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has called for dialogue between the United States and North Korea and “all the countries concerned” to resolve the nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula.
Russian FM calls for diplomacy to resolve US-North Korea nuclear issue
China slammed radical protesters in Hong Kong as "mobsters" using violence to influence upcoming local elections, after a pro-Beijing lawmaker was injured in a stabbing, AFP reported.
China calls Hong Kong protesters 'mobsters' after stabbing
Taliban militants have ambushed and shot dead three Afghan judges and a court staffer while they were traveling from the southeastern province of Paktia to Kabul, local officials say.
Taliban kill three judges, court staffer in southeast Afghanistan
China has once again called on the Canadian government to immediately release detained Chinese national and Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.
China renews call on Canada to free Huawei executive

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