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'18Oct
05

Made in China 2025: Forget cheap goods, think world's best artificial intelligence

Email ByIan Burrows Posted October 06, 2018 06:05:00 Photo: Chinese President Xi Jinping has big plans...
'18Aug
29

Germany alone within the EU

If there’s one thing in Germany more resistant to change than the cult of a strong currency and a love of well-balanced accounts, it’s a foreign policy founded on the European project and strong ties with the US....
'18Aug
16

Vajpayee’s last rites at 4 pm tomorrow at Rashtriya Smriti Sthal

Former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who had been admitted to the AIIMS hospital in New Delhi for the past few weeks, died on Thursday. He was 93. Condolences poured in for the former PM who was one of the...
'18Aug
16

Vajpayee’s last rites at 4 pm tomorrow at Rashtriya Smriti Sthal

Former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who had been admitted to the AIIMS hospital in New Delhi for the past few weeks, died on Thursday. He was 93. Condolences poured in for the former PM who was one of the...
'18May
12

Thousands in Kachin rally against violence

Activist Sut Seng Htoi shows a receipt for a fine she paid for holding a protest outside a court in Myitkyina in northern Kachin State of Myanmar. (Reuters Photo) - + MYITKYINA, Myanmar: Thousands...
'18Apr
20

US army trainers try to build West Africa defences against jihad

OUALLAM, Niger: Kicking up clouds of pink Saharan dust, U.S. military trainers impersonated militants, waved flags saying "death to outsiders" and threw smoke grenades toward approaching Nigerien commandos this...
'16Feb
01

AU Calls off Burundi Troops

Burundi would not consent to the deployment, so the AU thought better of mounting what would be tantamount to an invasion. “The African Union has abandoned its plan to send 5,000 peacekeepers to help restore...
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