Amid gathering gloom over the state of the Chinese economy, exporters of motorcycles, tractors, photocopiers and Christmas tree lighting will join thousands of other companies peddling their wares at China’s largest trade fair Monday.
US tariffs loom at China's biggest trade fair
On a hot morning in India’s tourist mecca of Jaipur, an open truck painted in the signature lime-green colors of Facebook’s WhatsApp messaging service pulled into a dusty lane, where five men spilled out and began to perform a skit.
WhatsApp hits the road with skits to stamp out fake news in India
Scientists said more than 100 thousand varieties of rice have been safeguarded for the future.
Rice 'safely conserved' in Philippines gene bank
Tencent Music Entertainment has delayed its planned US initial public offering (IPO) until at least November as the owner of China’s most popular music apps prefers to wait for global stock markets to stabilize, three sources said.
Sources: Tencent Music delays $2 billion US IPO due to weak markets
A Kashmiri scholar-turned-militant leader and an associate have been killed during a fierce gunbattle with Indian troops in the disputed Himalayan region.
Indian troops kill top militant leader, associate in Kashmir
China has no intention of interfering in U.S. politics and hopes Washington would stop finding excuses for its unilateralism and trade protectionism, the Chinese commerce ministry’s spokesman said on Thursday.
China has no intention of interfering in US politics: commerce ministry
Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen vowed on Wednesday to boost national security, saying her government would not submit to Chinese suppression as Beijing ramps up pressure to assert its sovereignty over the self-ruled island.
Taiwan pledges to boost national security amid Chinese pressure
Israeli forces have bulldozed two more Palestinian houses in Al-Halawa neighborhood in the south of the West Bank city of al-Khalil (Hebron).
Israeli forces demolish 2 more Palestinian homes in al-Khalil
The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) says at least 8,050 Afghan civilians were killed or wounded in the first nine months of 2018.
More than 8,000 Afghan civilians killed, wounded so far in 2018, UN reports
The United Nations Security Council should reconsider its sanctions against Pyongyang, deputy foreign ministers of Russia, China and North Korea said in a joint communique released after their consultations in Moscow on Wednesday.
Russia, China, North Korea call for review of sanctions against Pyongyang

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