South Korean protesters have staged rallies in the capital Seoul against Japan amid a trade dispute between the two countries.
South Koreans hit Japan’s PM with kimchi during rally in Seoul
Pakistani authorities say they have detained a terror suspect blamed for a four-day militant attack on the Indian port city of Mumbai in 2008, on terror finance charges.
Pakistan detains alleged mastermind of 2008 Mumbai attacks
Taliban militants in Afghanistan have forced a foreign charity to close more than half of its health centers in a central province.
Afghan Taliban force Swedish group to close some medical centers
Eighteen Afghan soldiers have been killed during clashes with Taliban militants that erupted after the troops conducted a night raid on their hideouts to capture a top leader of the militant group, government officials say.
18 Afghan soldiers killed during raid on Taliban positions
China may have just signaled it’s going more hard-line on trade, but it could actually be a good thing, former top White House trade negotiator Clete Willems, told CNBC on Wednesday.
Ex-negotiator: China may be signaling it’s going hard-line — but it still wants a trade deal
South Korea will soon unveil plans to reduce its economy’s reliance on Japanese industries, its finance minister said Wednesday, while repeating his call for Tokyo to end the tightening of controls on some exports.
South Korea to unveil plans to ease reliance on Japanese industries
North Korea on Tuesday said looming US-South Korea military drills could impact the proposed resumption of nuclear talks between Pyongyang and Washington, and hinted that it could reconsider its moratorium on nuclear testing.
North Korea warns US-South drills will affect nuclear talks
Dozens of owners of small businesses in South Korea on Monday rallied in Seoul and called for boycotts of Japanese consumer goods to protest Tokyo’s move to tighten high-tech exports to its neighbor.
South Korean merchants stage demo, urge ban on Japanese products
Chinese police detained a Canadian citizen in relation with a drugs case involving students, China’s Foreign Ministry said on Monday, an incident that comes amid a deep chill in relations between the two countries.
China says Canadian citizen detained for drug offenses
China's growth slowed to its weakest pace in almost three decades in the second quarter, with the US-China trade war and weakening global demand weighing on the world's number-two economy, official data showed Monday.
China GDP growth slows to 6.2% in Q2

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