A video link posted on Facebook on June 20 showed a man cooking human body parts in a pot over a wood fire.
Twitter suspended the account of a ultra-right Pakistani cleric on Sunday following inflammatory statements targeting the judiciary, prime minister, and military after the acquittal of a Christian woman accused of blasphemy, the government said.
About 500 United States and South Korean marines began small-scale military drills on Monday, just days before U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is set to hold talks with North Korea on denuclearization and plans for a second summit of their leaders.
The Trump administration imposes its “toughest ever” sanctions, targeting banking, oil and shipping.
Iran will sell its oil and break sanctions reimposed by the United States on its vital energy and banking sectors, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani told economists at a meeting broadcast live on state television on Monday.
Lawyers for two Reuters reporters jailed for seven years in Myanmar lodged an appeal on Monday against their conviction on charges of breaking the country’s Official Secrets Act.
Leader portrays China as champion of globalisation ahead of talks with US president at G20 – but Asian shares continue to slide
Xi Jinping has promised to lower import tariffs and improve access to the Chinese market in remarks meant to portray his country as a champion of globalisation as it remains locked in a trade war with the US.
“Protectionism and unilateralism is rising. Multilateralism and the free trade system are under threat … China will not close its door to the world and will only become more and more open”, the Chinese president said on Monday at the beginning of a trade fair in Shanghai.
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But the point is that even with a horrendous 15 years, China would still hit the $40trn import goal. So either Xi has made a pledge that is effectively meaningless; or planners are deeply bearish about the economy’s prospects. I think we know which one it is. (/END)
Detailed findings from a Reuters reactor-by-reactor analysis of Japan’s nuclear sector show Japan may get as few as six more reactors operating in the next five years and will miss a government target to have 30 operating by 2030.
Japan’s resurgent nuclear industry will miss a government target of providing at least a fifth of the country’s electricity by 2030, a Reuters analysis shows.