Stranded whales Australia: 380 dead in one of the world's largest mass stranding events
More than 450 long-finned pilot whales became stranded in harbour in Tasmania with rescuers managing to save about 50
Nuggets Take Air Out Of Lakers, Take 114-106 Victory In Game 3
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — Jamal Murray had 28 points, 12 assists and eight rebounds and made two late 3-pointers to halt a Lakers charge, helping the Denver Nuggets to a 114-106 victory Tuesday night that cut Los Angeles’ lead to 2-1 in the Western Conference finals.
Huawei says goal is survival amid 'non-stop US aggression'
Huawei's rotating chairman Guo Ping said Wednesday that "non-stop aggression" from the United States has put the Chinese tech giant under "significant pressure."
Trump Criticizes China for Covid-19 Response in United Nations Speech
President Donald Trump, who prefers speaking to boisterous crowds, is set to give a prerecorded address to the U.N. General Assembly as he grapples with the coronavirus pandemic, chilly relations between the U.S. and China and ongoing threats from North Korea and Iran — all during a heated campaign for reelection.
Vietnam's artisans ready for Mid-Autumn celebrations
Vietnam’s artisans are busy preparing for the country’s colorful Mid-Autumn Festival (T?t Trung Thu), with many making decorations such as masks for the occasion.
Eviction fear looms large over thousands of slum dwellers in Indian capital
After the Covid-19 lockdown shut Rekha Devi's small dry fruit for months, the young Delhi slum dweller faced another threat of being evicted even as the city and her business were slowly getting back
China's poverty relief program: propaganda or reality?
After being relocated from an inhospitable mountainous area in China’s Sichuan province, Tibetan farmer San Gujijin was not surprised to find himself in front of an omnipresent portrait of President X
Luis Suarez faces investigation after 'cheating' on Italian citizenship test
Police in Italy have opened an investigation after Luis Suarez, one of the most controversial players in world football, was accused of cheating on his Italian citizenship test ahead of a move to the country.
Pakistan's 2012 factory fire that killed over 260 was arson; two get death sentence
The anti-terror court found that the men set the building ablaze because of a non-payment of extortion money.Pakistan's deadliest industrial fire, which killed over 260 factory workers in 2012, was a case of arson and not an accident, a court ruled on Tuesday, as it sentenced two men to death who were previously affiliated with a political party currently part of the ruling government coalition.
Valencia footballer Lee Kang-in in high demand internationally
Valencia's South Korean footballer Kang-in Lee has become the target of constant "international requests from the Asian market," the Spanish club's international business development manager, Fabio Fu
More cannabis and less cocaine, lockdown changes Europe’s drug habits
Consumption of cannabis and benzodiazepines increased in Europe during lockdown while cocaine decreased, a European Union drugs agency reported Tuesday.
UN leader urges governments ditch populism for science
The secretary-general of the United Nations on Tuesday urged world leaders to drop populism and nationalism and confront the Covid-19 crisis with a scientific approach.