The key role of media cooperation in promoting Asian cultural heritage conservation, as well as the importance of amplifying Asia’s voice, was emphasised at a recent forum in Beijing attended by media experts and heritage conservators from various Asian countries.
In a devastating turn of events that has left the world in shock, the Titanic submersible mission to explore the fabled wreckage of the Titanic has ended in tragedy.
Leaders of the EU Parliament accused foreign powers on December 12 of trying to corrupt European democracy, as a probe into alleged bribes from World Cup host Qatar widened.
Nearly three million World Cup tickets have been sold, FIFA said on November 20, as the governing body's president revealed the tournament had helped push revenues over the past four years to a record $7.5 billion.
Nineteen foreigners were among those killed in a stampede at a Halloween event in Seoul, South Korea's fire department told AFP on October 30.
Weeping, grief-stricken families gathered on October 7 outside a Thai nursery where an ex-policeman murdered nearly two dozen children in one of the kingdom's worst mass killings.
Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was the victim of a fatal gun attack while taking part in a campaign for the House of Councillors election in Nara city on July 8.
The US said on May 18 it is confident Finland and Sweden will become part of NATO, despite vocal Turkish protests – an expansion that would dramatically realign European security in the wake of Russia’s military offensive in Ukraine.
North Korea appears to be preparing for a possible intercontinental ballistic missile test within the next 48 to 96 hours in time for US President Joe Biden’s visit to Seoul and Tokyo this weekend, CNN reported on May 18.
Pollution caused some 9 million people to die prematurely in 2019, according to a new global report published on May 18, with experts raising alarm over increasing deaths from breathing outside air and the “horrifying” toll of lead poisoning.