• Sino-EU cooperation benefits world economy

    Although the global economy is facing mounting uncertainty and sluggish growth due to the COVID-19 pandemic, economic and trade cooperation between China and Europe can act as a counterbalancing force and help stabilize the world.

  • U.S. Senate confirms first African American woman for Supreme Court

    The U.S. Senate confirmed Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson for the Supreme Court in a 53-47 vote on Thursday.

  • Greek workers stage 24-hour general strike over high prices

    Demonstrators shout slogans in downtown Athens, Greece, on April 6, 2022. Tens of thousands of Greeks walked off the job across the country on Wednesday to join a 24-hour general strike over soaring heating, electricity and housing costs.

  • Bonds in subregion show strength

    The coordinated response to the pandemic showed by countries that work together under the Lancang-Mekong Cooperation grouping demonstrates that the LMC will remain a key driver for regional socioeconomic development and sustainability, experts say.

  • Sanctions to 'erode dollar role'

    The raft of sanctions many nations have directed at Russia over its "special military operation"in Ukraine could unintentionally erode the global dominance of the United States' dollar, a top International Monetary Fund official has warned.

  • 5 funny April Fool's Day pranks to play on your friends

    Happy April Fool's Day!Y'all! Just keep in mind that the first rule of April Fools' Day is safety.

  • Prince Andrew's role at memorial criticized

    Queen Elizabeth II has been criticized for allowing her embattled son, Prince Andrew, to accompany her to a memorial service that celebrated the life of her late husband, Prince Philip.

  • New light shines into Egyptian necropolis

    Five ancient tombs were unveiled on Saturday at the Saqqara archaeological site south of the capital Cairo, the latest in a series of landmark discoveries in the area.