At least three US servicemen have been killed and three others wounded when an improvised explosive device went off in central Afghanistan, the NATO mission in the war-torn country says.
At least 3 US troops killed in bomb attack in central Afghanistan
The French authorities have arrested a senior official in the French Senate accusing of spying for North Korea and handing over sensitive information to Pyongyang, judicial and security sources say.
France detains senior official 'suspected of spying for North Korea'
Authorities in Myanmar seized a boat carrying 93 people, apparently Rohingya Muslims, fleeing displacement camps in western Myanmar’s Rakhine state and hoping to reach Malaysia, an official said on Tuesday.
Myanmar seizes boat carrying 93 fleeing Rohingya camps for Malaysia
Designer babies might be here sooner than anyone reckoned.
Questions, answers on scientist’s bombshell claim of gene-edited babies
Among the more interesting ads released around the Single’s Day Sale on November 11 in China was a film for Kaadas locks created by F5, a Shanghai-based independent creative agency.
Shanghai’s F5 creates bizarre lock ad. for millennials who appreciate ‘craziness’
Papua New Guinea (PNG) will uphold its agreement with China’s Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. to build its Internet infrastructure, a PNG government minister said on Monday, dismissing offers from Western countries to take on the work.
PNG upholds deal with Huawei to lay Internet cable, derides counteroffer
A political impasse in Sri Lanka could be set to drag on longer after President Maithripala Sirisena said on Sunday he would not reinstate Ranil Wickremesinghe as prime minister even if he was able to prove his majority in parliament.
Sri Lanka’s president says will not reinstate ousted PM

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