Japan's parliament approved a controversial new law allowing hundreds of thousands of foreigners into the country to ease labor shortages.
Japan eases immigration rules for workers
China launched a rover early Saturday destined to land on the far side of the Moon, a global first that would boost Beijing's ambitions to become a space superpower, state media said.
China launches rover for first far side of Moon landing
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday told North Korea's foreign minister that he hoped North Korea and the United States could meet each other halfway and address each other's reasonable concerns, China's Foreign Ministry said.
China's Xi urges North Korea, United States to meet halfway
Iran’s Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said the United States has transferred a large number of Daesh terrorists to Afghanistan over the past years.
Larijani: US took Daesh terrorists to Afghanistan
China was preparing to launch a groundbreaking mission today to soft-land a spacecraft on the largely unexplored far side of the Moon, demonstrating its growing ambitions as a space power to rival Russia, the European Union and the US.
China prepares mission to land spacecraft on Moon’s far side
Afghanistan’s Independent Electoral Complaints Commission (IECC) has declared that all votes cast in Kabul Province during the country’s October parliamentary election are invalid.
Afghan body invalidates all Kabul votes in October parliamentary election
Young Nepalese created a map of the Dead Sea with used plastic bags Wednesday in a bid to set a new international record and raise awareness about the vast volumes polluting the world's oceans.
Nepalese raise awareness about global plastic waste crisis
Iran stands ready to address the concerns of Japanese companies willing to continue business with the country, even as the United States presses its allies to get tough on Iran and to stop importing its oil, a top government official said.
VP: Iran ready to ease Japanese concerns for continuing business
Important progress has been made in poverty alleviation efforts by Chinese enterprises, a "blue paper" released on Wednesday concluded.
China releases blue paper on poverty alleviation
About 60 percent of small and midsize companies in Japan that responded to a survey do not satisfy their quotas for mandatory employment of people with disabilities, according to the poll.
Majority of small-to-midsize Japanese firms failing to meet disabled employment quotas

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