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Ex-Canadian diplomat reportedly detained in China

56 分鐘 40 秒 ago
A Canadian employee of the International Crisis Group has reportedly been detained in China, the nonprofit organization said Tuesday.

Chinese asylum claims in Australia jump by more than 300%

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The number of asylum claims made by Chinese nationals in Australia rose by 311% between 2017 and 2018, according to recent government figures, coming amid tighter restrictions on migration visas and an uptick in the numbers of Chinese international students and tourists in the country.

Bodies of missing climbers discovered in Himalayas 30 years after disappearance

56 分鐘 40 秒 ago
A Scottish mountaineer who spent weeks searching for two friends who disappeared in the Himalayas more than 30 years ago has spoken of his relief after their remains were finally found.

Earprints, tail therapy and calorie scanners: Japan's latest technology

56 分鐘 40 秒 ago
Located in the industrial city of Chiba, just outside of Tokyo, CEATEC is the biggest electronics show in Japan.

New Zealand PM tells British backpacker's family: She should've been safe with us

56 分鐘 40 秒 ago
British backpacker Grace Millane should have been safe on her trip to New Zealand, a place that prides itself on manaakitanga, the country's prime minister said

Body found in NZ search for missing British backpacker

56 分鐘 40 秒 ago
New Zealand police searching for missing British backpacker Grace Millane say they have found a body.

Search widens for missing US Marines involved in deadly crash off Japan

56 分鐘 40 秒 ago
Japan's Ministry of Defense has expanded its search to find five missing US Marines after two aircraft with seven crew collided mid-air and crashed into the sea Thursday.

Japan needs immigrants, but do immigrants need Japan?

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As Japan's population gets older and smaller, the government is struggling to balance its own deeply conservative views on immigration with the need for new and younger workers.

Can India's traffic be solved by Japanese tech?

56 分鐘 40 秒 ago
Bangalore, the capital of the southwestern Indian state of Karnataka, is hoping that an innovative new system will solve its notorious congestion.

Like many Indian cities, Bangalore

56 分鐘 40 秒 ago
Like many Indian cities, Bangalore suffers from major traffic problems. It has received a grant from a Japanese development agency to install a smart transport system across the city that aims to cut traffic at key intersections by 30%.

CNN takes home five awards at the annual Asian Academy Creative Awards

二, 12/11/2018 - 21:30
CNN and Turner Broadcasting won eight honors at the Asian Academy Creative Awards, the region's version of the International Emmy Awards at a gala ceremony in Singapore Thursday.

US priest accused of molesting boys in the Philippines

二, 12/11/2018 - 15:30
An American Catholic priest has been arrested in the Philippines -- and charged in US federal court -- on suspicion of sexually abusing boys in the Southeast Asian country where he's lived for decades, authorities in both nations announced.

UN wants access to Xinjiang 're-education camps'

二, 12/11/2018 - 12:30
Human rights chief Michelle Bachelet wants to verify "worrying reports" over the camps, where more than one million Muslim majority Uyghurs have reportedly been imprisoned

Japan's Crown Princess says she's 'insecure' about becoming Empress

一, 12/10/2018 - 14:46
Japan's crown Princess Masako has said she feels "insecure" about assuming the role of empress next year amid an ongoing battle with stress-related illness, in comments that provide a rare window into the emotional pressures faced by the country's royal family.

Ex-Hong Kong politician faces jail after bribery conviction in US

一, 12/10/2018 - 14:30
Former Hong Kong politician convicted of scheming to offer millions of dollars in bribes to African leaders, through contacts made at the United Nations

Three arrested in connection with police killing during 'cow vigilante' clashes in India

一, 12/10/2018 - 14:30
Indian authorities have arrested three people in connection with the fatal shooting of a police officer and a local man involved in clashes over the alleged killing of cows Monday.

Sri Lanka's disputed prime minister takes his fight to the Supreme Court

一, 12/10/2018 - 13:30
Sri Lanka's prime minister is appealing a court decision that temporarily bars him and his cabinet from carrying out official duties, amid a constitutional crisis that has left the island nation without effective leadership.

Jackie Chan releases new English memoir: 'I really was quite a nasty jerk'

一, 12/10/2018 - 13:30
Martial arts film star Jackie Chan has revealed his battles with alcohol and admitted to throwing his son across the room in a blunt autobiography published for the first time in English on Tuesday.

Japan's final pager service to end

一, 12/10/2018 - 13:30
Japan is finally ditching pagers decades after the technology was rendered obsolete by cell phones.

For some Indian farmers, pangolin poaching is too lucrative to resist

日, 12/09/2018 - 12:30
An increasing demand for the scales and meat of the endangered pangolin in China and Vietnam is pushing impoverished farmers in India's north-east into the illegal trade, a new report has found.