Millions of people were left in the dark as a massive power cut hit Taiwan
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Millions of people were left in the dark as a massive power cut hit Taiwan

A massive power outage affected 6.88 million homes in 17 counties and cities in Taiwan…

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NBA star LeBron James takes swipe at President Trump following Charlottesville tragedy
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NBA star LeBron James takes swipe at President Trump following Charlottesville tragedy

Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James took a swipe at President Trump on Tuesday, calling him…

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China Green Energy: Panda-shaped solar plant begins operating in Shanxi Province
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China Green Energy: Panda-shaped solar plant begins operating in Shanxi Province

The world’s first panda-shaped solar station has begun operating at full capacity in the city…

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The NHK war crime documentary Shinzo Abe didn’t want the world to see
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The NHK war crime documentary Shinzo Abe didn’t want the world to see

For a fifth consecutive year, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe failed to mention “reflection” in…

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Trump orders probe of China’s intellectual property practices
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Trump orders probe of China’s intellectual property practices

US President Donald Trump has vowed to crack down on China and now he’s taking…

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China, Nepal: cooperation under Belt and Road Initiative
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China, Nepal: cooperation under Belt and Road Initiative

Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang and Nepali Deputy Prime Minister Bijay Kumar Gachchhadar agreed on…

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Foot bridge collapses moments after woman crosses it
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Foot bridge collapses moments after woman crosses it

Dramatic footage has emerged from China of a woman making it to the other side…

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Reports: Washington looks to restrict foreign investments in tech
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Reports: Washington looks to restrict foreign investments in tech

According to Reuters, an unreleased Pentagon report indicates that the US government was looking to…

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Lightning caught on camera more but killing less in the US
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Lightning caught on camera more but killing less in the US

Lightning is an accepted hazard in the US state of Florida, particularly potent in the…

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Chinese, Russian FMs exchange views on Korean Peninsula
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Chinese, Russian FMs exchange views on Korean Peninsula

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi exchanged views on the situation on the Korean Peninsula with…

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