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National Day celebrations are an opportunity for China’s Communist Party to project strength. But Hong Kong’s ongoing crisis poses a challenge.
Ongoing demonstrations have halted Hong Kong's arts and culture scene, as Hong Kong-China tensions impact events in Australia and Canada.
Fearing corporate harassment, few fathers in Japan take their legally afforded parental leave. Now this stigma faces challenges in court.
Stock markets rose after Thursday's announcement, but the last round of talks in July made no progress in the escalating tariff war.
Kabuki performers take part in the opening ceremony of the Rugby World Cup ahead of the Pool A game between Russia and Japan, at Tokyo Stadium in Tokyo, Japan, Sept. 20.
After Beijing offered the archipelago a multimillion development fund, Solomon Islands leaders now plan to align with a "One China" policy.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam acceded Wednesday to a key demand of protesters. But her critics immediately called the move “too little, too late.”
Carrie Lam announced Wednesday the government will formally drop its controversial extradition bill, but protesters say it's "too little, too late."
Some protesters said they're resorting to violence because the government has not responded to their peaceful demonstrations.
The large turnout showed that the Hong Kong pro-democracy protests still have broad support despite the ugly scenes at the city's airport last week.
Facing a recalcitrant North, South Korea President Moon Jae-in called for an end to the South's standoff with Japan – a product of history and trade.
As tensions rise, Beijing is signaling that it’s considering a military option to end the Hong Kong protests. Why that’s not the most-likely path.
After five arrests and outbreaks of violence, Hong Kong protesters all-but left the island's airport. Some even emailed an apology for inconvenience.
Months of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong continued as demonstrators brought the city's airport – one of the world's busiest – to a halt.
Japan and South Korea’s grievances have spilled into a trade war that could ripple across global industries, and deeper divide two U.S. allies.
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