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S. Korean journalists arrested in trespass case in Singapore

Jun 8, 2018

Singapore police say they arrested 2 South Korean journalists while investigating a report of trespassing in the residence of the North Korean ambassador

China's trade surplus with US grew, while global gap shrank

Jun 8, 2018

China's politically sensitive trade surplus with the United States widened in May from a year earlier while its global trade gap shrank as imports accelerated

Report: ZTE chairman promises no more violations, apologizes

Jun 8, 2018

Report: Chairman of Chinese tech giant ZTE Corp. has promised no further compliance violations and apologized to its 80,000 employees in a letter

China's May import growth accelerates while export growth holds steady; global trade surplus narrows to $24.9 billion

Jun 8, 2018

China's May import growth accelerates while export growth holds steady; global trade surplus narrows to $24.9 billion

4 villagers shot dead in Thailand's insurgency-plagued south

Jun 8, 2018

Thai police say 4 shot dead in the country's south in another case of violence in the insurgency-wracked region

Explore an abandoned Chinese village now engulfed by nature

Jun 8, 2018

The abandoned Chinese fishing village of Houtouwan presents visitors with a chance to explore a site now engulfed by nature

Philippine police arrest nearly 500 in alleged online fraud

Jun 7, 2018

Philippine police say they have arrested nearly 500 people, including eight Israeli nationals, who they say were involved in an online financial fraud that victimized people overseas

China's Huawei says it hasn't collected Facebook user data

Jun 6, 2018

Facebook has acknowledged it shared user data with Chinese handset manufacturers, including security-flagged Huawei in fresh wave of allegations over its handling of private data

Foxconn chief: US-China dispute over tech, not trade

Jun 6, 2018

The head of Taiwan's Foxconn, which assembles Apple iPhones and other tech products, says Washington's conflict with Beijing is over technology rather than trade

Malaysia's central bank governor quits amid land deal furor

Jun 6, 2018

Malaysia's central bank governor has become the latest senior official to resign just a month after national elections amid a corruption probe of the former government that appointed them.

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