China has many levers available to it to force President Trump to end his policy of bringing economic pressure to bear on Beijing, Chinese economists said.
The video of French President Emmanuel Macron scolding a teen in the crowd for greeting him with a casual “How’s it going, Manu” and singing a socialist song during an official ceremony has gone viral – making him a laughingstock among fellow students.
A Canadian company, whose major shareholder is a Chinese firm, plans to move ahead with plans for a huge mine in Nevada to produce lithium for electric batteries. Sputnik looks at the significance of the Thacker Pass project.
In light of the US administration’s zero-tolerance immigration policy, Time magazine announced a new cover featuring President Donald Trump and a crying toddler – but a key detail might have ruined the intent of the image.
Iceland has shown some incredible football as it earned a draw with Argentina last week. Today it is facing Nigeria with all eyes on footballer Gylfi Sigurdsson.
Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, the 32-year old politician, defense minister and reformer, is seemingly determined to usher in a new era in the history of the Saudi kingdom, kicking off ambitious social and economic reforms and making efforts to solidify the monarchy's positions on the global stage.
Dinu Alex from India’s southern state of Kerala watched the FIFA World Cup on television till the wee hours of Friday morning before leaving his home and disappearing. Police suspect he might have jumped into a nearby river, unable to bear the despair of his favorite team’s loss.
As the summer has hit the Middle East, Lebanese police officers have taken on a new uniform and it’s causing quite a stir in the country.
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