A group of Japanese grannies emerged from a boat returning to shore.
Japan's 'ama' grannies cling to their freediving fishing tradition
Samsung Electronics apologized on Friday to workers who developed cancer after working at some of its factories, finally ending a decade-long dispute at the world's top chipmaker.
Samsung Electronics apologizes for factory cancer cases
At least three people have been killed after a bomb struck Haqqani network militants in their hideout in Pakistan's tribal areas bordering Afghanistan, local officials and militant sources say.
Three killed as bomb hits hideout of Haqqani militants in Pakistan
Three children were killed after a mortar shell they mistook for a toy exploded in a field in Pakistan's northwestern Swat Valley, police said Thursday.
3 children killed playing with mortar shell in Pakistan
Security camera footage showed a line of children crossing the street in front of their school when a car approaches, then change lanes and swerve into a crowd of the children.
5 dead, 18 injured after car rams children near school in China
Tens of thousands of farmers from India’s western state of Maharashtra marched to the state capital Mumbai on Thursday to demand loan waivers and the transfer of forest lands to villagers who have farmed there for decades.
Indian farmers back in Mumbai to demand land rights, loan waivers
Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) is cutting the price of its Model X and Model S cars in China, the U.S. firm said on Thursday, in a shift in strategy that will see it take more of a hit from tariffs linked to a biting trade war between China and the United States.
Tesla cuts China car prices to absorb hit from trade war tariffs
Tens of thousands of workers launched a half-day strike across South Korea on Wednesday, accusing the government of rolling back pro-labor policies in the face of deepening economic woes.
South Korean workers in nationwide strike over labor policies
You wouldn't think that an airport regularly named as the world's best would need any extra magic to help attract air passengers, but Singapore Changi is turning to young wizard Harry Potter for help.
Harry Potter casts a spell on Singapore Airport
Gone are the days when polite travelers would avoid walking in front of people so as not to get in their vacation snap — now, it's all about not walking behind people to ruin their selfies.
Hanoi's 'train street' becomes selfie central

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