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More than 30 Hong Kong anti-China protesters arrested

More than 30 Hong Kong anti-China protesters arrested

More than 30 people were arrested as a group of about 400 demonstrators in Hong Kong clashed with police in the latest sign of tensions caused by China's influence in the city.

Netanyahu arrives in US

Netanyahu arrives in US

The United States and Israel showed signs of seeking to defuse tensions ahead of a speech in Washington by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu when he will warn against a possible nuclear deal with Iran.

North Korea fires missiles into the sea

North Korea fired two short-range missiles off its east coast, a South Korean military official said, a move seen as a protest against annual military exercises between South Korea and the United States that were due to start hours later.

Samsung unveils new Galaxy phones to take on Apple

Samsung unveils new Galaxy phones to take on Apple

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd unveiled its latest Galaxy S smartphones featuring a slim body made from aircraft-grade metal, in a bid to reclaim its throne as undisputed global smartphone leader from Apple Inc.

Mass rally for Nemtsov in Moscow

Mass rally for Nemtsov in Moscow

Tens of thousands of Russians have marched through central Moscow, carrying banners declaring "I am not afraid" and chanting "Russia without Putin" in memory of murdered Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov.

Russian opposition mourns murdered leader Nemtsov

Russian opposition mourns murdered leader Nemtsov

Thousands of stunned Russians laid flowers and lit candles on the bridge where opposition politician Boris Nemtsov was shot dead near the Kremlin, a murder that showed the risks of speaking out against President Vladimir Putin.

Pope Francis attacks "throw-away" economic globalisation

Pope Francis attacks "throw-away" economic globalisation

Pope Francis launched a fresh attack on economic injustice, condemning the "throw-away culture" of globalisation and calling for new ways of thinking about poverty, welfare, employment and society.

China advisory body ousts former top Hu Jintao aide

China expelled a disgraced senior aide to former President Hu Jintao from a high-profile advisory body, the official Xinhua news agency reported on its website, marking the latest step in a significant political scandal.

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