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DPRK test-fires submarine-launched ballistic missile2021-10-20
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) "successfully" conducted the test-firing of a new type of submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) on Tuesday, the official Korean Central News Agency reported on Wednesday.
Trains obstructed in north India due to farmers protest2021-10-19
The movement of many trains was affected in some places in northern India on Monday by thousands of protesting farmers.
Australian journalist's book on Wuhan lab leak theory with "contentious" scientific analysis: The Guardian2021-10-13
Australian journalist Sharri Markson's book, which sought to play up a Wuhan lab leak theory, was based on contentious scientific analysis, The Guardian has reported.
Pakistani official questions "colonial mindset" in British policy of COVID-19 vaccine recognition2021-10-08
Pakistan's Minister for Planning, Development and Special Initiatives Asad Umar on Thursday slammed Britain for accepting only "white" COVID-19 vaccines and certificates for approving of foreign travelers entering the country, questioning "a colonial mindset" shown in the policy.
6.1-magnitude quake strikes Japan's Tokyo region, no tsunami warning issued2021-10-08
An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.1 on late Thursday struck Japan's Tokyo region, but no tsunami warning has been issued, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA).
DPRK decides to restore all inter-Korean communication lines2021-10-04
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) decided to restore all the north-south communication lines starting from 9:00 a.m. on Monday, according to the official Korean Central News Agency.
Philippines' Duterte announces retirement from politics2021-10-03
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte announced Saturday that he will not run for vice president in the 2022 elections and will retire from politics.
1310217657_16329115578091n.jpg Fumio Kishida vows to formulate stimulus plan, let ordinary people benefit from growth2021-09-30
Fumio Kishida vows to formulate stimulus plan, let ordinary people benefit from growth
Pakistan reports surge in dengue fever cases amid outbreak fears2021-09-27
A surge in the number of dengue fever cases has been reported in parts of Pakistan over the past 24 hours amid fears that the country might face an outbreak of the disease in the coming days, heath authorities said on Sunday.
Afghanistan wants friendly relations with international community: acting FM2021-09-24
The acting foreign minister of the newly-formed administration of Afghanistan said here Thursday that Afghanistan wants to have friendly relations with the international community, including the neighboring and regional countries.
Australia-U.S.-UK deal meets backlash from Europe amid nuclear proliferation worries2021-09-19
Australia's decision to break off a multi-billion U.S. dollar submarine contract with France inked in 2016 and turn to the United States and Britain for nuclear-powered alternatives has sparked an outcry from the European continent.
Campaigning for Japanese ruling party's leadership race starts2021-09-18
Campaigning for the leadership race of Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) to choose the successor to Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga officially began on Friday, with four veteran lawmakers competing for the leader position.
Cambodian PM commends China for providing vaccines to countries for COVID-19 fight2021-09-10
Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen on Thursday commended China for providing vaccines to other countries including Cambodia to fight against COVID-19.
未命名_副本.jpg Taliban announces formation of caretaker gov't in Afghanistan, Hassan Akhund named acting PM2021-09-08
Taliban announces formation of caretaker gov't in Afghanistan, Hassan Akhund named acting PM
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