Counting of votes for 110 seats of house of representative and 220 of state assemblies under proportional representation has concluded in Nepal.
In a small village shop near the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou, store owner Lu Qiwei uses his smartphone to place orders to refill stocks of instant noodles, rice and drinks.
Negotiations to bolster the climate-saving Paris Agreement, crafted over two decades, closed in Bonn Saturday, deflated but not derailed by Donald Trump's rejection of the treaty and defence of fossil fuels.
As many investors question a global stock-market rally that’s now in its eighth year, the world’s biggest wealth fund is prepared to splurge.
The parents of two black men who died after being apprehended by the police have vowed to pursue justice for their sons amid growing calls for the officers involved to be disciplined More than 100 people gathered outside Stoke Newington police station in east London yesterday afternoon to show their
Energy firms rose in Asia yesterday as another increase in oil prices eroded last week’s hefty losses, but investors are getting tetchy as Donald Trump struggles to pass his healthcare bill, raising concerns about his economic agenda.
A further improvement in cargo movement to and from Qatar is expected in the coming days as new maritime services are launched and global shipping firms ramp up operations, it is learnt.