Downturn to hit Hong Kong like a 'tsunami', warns city's leader
Noah Sin, Clare Jim, Reuters
Noah Sin, Clare Jim, Reuters
Authorities say the move to make the ex-Thai PM a citizen could be in the country's interests.
Colonel Carlos Alberto Ustra, who died in 2015, headed the Army’s notorious DOI-CODI intelligence unit.
He says that no one is authorised to speak to Tehran on behalf of the United States.
But some do not think it goes far enough to protect remaining forests.
This follows US president's order to freeze Caracas' assets and cut off funds.
Two US senators say they are 'disturbed' to learn children can join group chats without parents' approval.
The disputed territory is under a telecoms blackout for a second day to forestall protests.
The latest fatalities bring to 31 the number of victims killed during shootings in El Paso and Dayton, Ohio.
The injured boy remains in a stable, but critical condition in hospital.
Clauvino da Silva tries to leave jail dressed as a woman, wearing an eerie plastic mask.
US gov't plans to engage with Int'l Monetary Fund to eliminate unfair competition from Beijing, says Treasury secretary.
"One man, one tweet. That's all it took for oil prices to suffer their steepest daily decline in several years."
Police say the injured boy remains in a critical, but stable condition.
There is no official statement indicating that the explosion was an attack.
Two mass shootings within 13 hours of each other leaves 20 people dead in Texas and killed nine people in Ohio.
Carrie Lam addresses media for first time in 2 weeks, rejects calls to resign.
The city braces for major business disruptions as strike looms, with 100 flights already cancelled.
Mark Esper’s comments likely to raise concerns about an arms race, and add to tense relationship with China.
Officials say the dam, holding back 300 million gallons of water, is in danger of failing, putting lives at risk.
India says five to seven militants were killed after an attack on troops, Pakistan calls this 'blatant lies.'
Among those arrested in protest to demand free elections is prominent activist Lyubov Sobol.
Police say the suspect is a white male in his 20s and that he was taken into custody without incident.
Representatives Christopher Smith and James McGovern, chairs of a congressional human rights commission, made their request in a letter.
UPDATED 12.01AM | Strong tremors were felt in Jakarta.
Thai police say they are investigating the cause of the explosions which are attributed to a homemade bomb.
New decrees state anyone above 21 doesn't need permission to travel, and allows any citizen to receive Saudi passport.
Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen accused China of trying to manipulate the island's upcoming presidential elections.
The video includes footage of troops firing guns and rockets, and of light tanks, attack helicopters and missile launchers.
Premier League rivals Klopp and Guardiola listed among best coach nominees.