ADEN (Reuters) – A suicide car bomber killed at least five soldiers in the southern Yemeni city of Aden on Sunday, residents and a security official said.
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia turned down on Sunday an offer to take 150 asylum seekers being held in an Australian-run detention center in Papua New Guinea, where U.N. officials have warned a humanitarian emergency is unfolding.
Saturday’s UFC 217 marked the first time in promotional history where three titles changed hands on the same fight card.
While U.S.-based e-commerce merchants contend with rising postage rates, Chinese sellers receive an incredibly cheap, subsidized shipping option from the U.S. Postal Service. Why is the USPS losing millions of dollars each year to help foreign merchants outcompete domestic businesses?
RIYADH (Reuters) – Saudi King Salman appointed two new ministers on Saturday to key security and economic posts, removing one of the royal family’s most prominent members as head of the National Guard and boosting the kingdom’s young crown prince.
BEIJING – China will expand a pilot project for anti-graft supervision reforms nationwide next year that will consolidate existing corruption agencies, state-run news agency Xinhua reported, as President Xi Jinping expands his signature policy drive.
Deontay Wilder proved his supremacy over Bermane Stiverne with a win in their rematch.
The trainer is headed back to the drawing board after a poor start befell Arrogate in his attempt to capture a second consecutive Breeders’ Cup Classic. Baffert failed to win a single race at the Breeders’ Cup for the first time since 2012.
BEIJING (Reuters) – China is testing a new dredger ship that will greatly enhance its land reclamation capabilities, a state media report said on Sunday, as the country continues to develop facilities in the South China Sea in a bid to strengthen its claims in the waters.