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Asian nations must ensure that territorial disputes do not erupt into conflict, leaders said on Friday, with Japan and the Philippines reaffirming their commitment to freedom of flight as concerns grow over China's new air defence zone.
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A Chinese airline planned to offer the first nonstop service from Boston to Beijing, beginning next June.
China has designated the eve of Lunar New Year as a working day in 2014, triggering an outcry over the disruption of plans to celebrate the year's most important traditional holiday.
A 6-year-old Chinese boy whose eyes were gouged out in an attack more than three months ago was discharged Thursday from a hospital in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen where he was successfully fitted with prosthetic eyes.
Chinese aviation authorities will soon require captains of flights into Beijing to master low-visibility landings to combat chronic flight delays that have been worsened by heavy smog.
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British Foreign Secretary William Hague will arrive in Azerbaijan to attend a ceremony regarding the final investment decision as part of the second phase of developing the Azerbaijani gas condensate field Shah Deniz, the British embassy in Baku told Trend today.
Richmond city officials have turned their sister-city relations with communities in China, Japan and Cuba into travel junkets for the mayor, council members and city staff.
India's Supreme Court on Wednesday struck down a 2009 lower court decision to decriminalize homosexuality, dealing a blow to gay activists who have fought for years for the chance to live openly in India's deeply conservative society.
Australia and Canada on Wednesday issued statements on the political turmoil in Thailand expressing hope that fresh elections will ease tensions in the country.
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South Korea: The government in Seoul announced it is expanding its air defense identification zone, which will partially overlap that which China declared last month.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel visited the Combined Air and Space Operations Center in the tiny Persian Gulf nation of Qatar on Tuesday morning, the last leg of a tour that has also taken him to Bahrain, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.
Efforts to integrate the children of migrant worker from Burma into the country's higher education system are bearing fruit, with a threefold increase in the number of Burmese students in Thailand slated to take a 2014 matriculation exam that was administered for the first time earlier this year.