Illegal tribunal on South China Sea could open door to law abuse
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Illegal tribunal on South China Sea could open door to law abuse

Ahead of the ruling of the Hague-based arbitral tribunal on the South China Sea dispute…

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China’s Vice FM: South China Sea arbitration not fully in accordance with international law
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China’s Vice FM: South China Sea arbitration not fully in accordance with international law

Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Liu Zhenmin has said in an article China does not accept…

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South China Sea Q&A: What is compulsory arbitration?
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South China Sea Q&A: What is compulsory arbitration?

The Philippines unilaterally filed for compulsory arbitration against China at the Permanent Court of Arbitration…

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Hungary to hold referendum on EU migrant plan
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Hungary to hold referendum on EU migrant plan

Hungary will hold a referendum on October 2 over the EU’s plan to relocate migrants…

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Paris attacks inquiry calls for intel service overhaul
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Paris attacks inquiry calls for intel service overhaul

A French parliamentary inquiry into last year’s terrorist attacks in Paris has recommended the fusion…

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Bangladeshi authorities believe domestic terrorists behind attack
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Bangladeshi authorities believe domestic terrorists behind attack

Bangladeshi police say one of the men they shot dead during the cafe siege in…

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Saudi crown prince says security is good
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Saudi crown prince says security is good

Saudi Arabia’s crown prince has said security in the country is good, despite the suicide…

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Juno begins orbit of Jupiter
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Juno begins orbit of Jupiter

NASA’s Juno spacecraft has just started orbiting Jupiter. It’s a triumph for the 1.1 billion-US-dollar…

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Brexit aftermath: Voting begins in race to replace UK PM
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Brexit aftermath: Voting begins in race to replace UK PM

Britain’s Conservative Party has begun the first stage of voting in the process to replace…

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China-Greece ties: COSCO signs deal on Piraeus port
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China-Greece ties: COSCO signs deal on Piraeus port

Chinese shipping giant COSCO has signed an agreement with its Greek partner to confirm the…

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