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Japan spacecraft releases rover to asteroid in last mission

Oct 3, 2019

Japan’s space agency says its Hayabusa2 spacecraft has released a small rover that will land on the surface of an asteroid as part its final mission before heading back to Earth

Arch bridge falls in Taiwan bay, divers search for victims

Oct 1, 2019

A towering bridge over a bay in eastern Taiwan has collapsed sending an oil tanker truck falling onto boats in the water below and at least 11 people are feared trapped or missing

The Latest: Irish minister: No proposal from the UK yet

Sep 27, 2019

Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney says EU negotiators "simply haven't seen yet" a British proposal that could form the basis for negotiations to break the deadlock in the stalled Brexit process

Spokesman: China has made deals to buy US soybeans, pork

Sep 26, 2019

China says importers agree to buy American soybeans and pork ahead of October trade talks

Japan welcomes US trade pact, but automakers appeal for help

Sep 26, 2019

Japanese automakers have urged government officials for further effort to improve their business environment after their government signed a trade deal with the US in which auto tariffs remain in effect

China releases more pork from reserve to cool prices

Sep 26, 2019

China is releasing more pork from stockpiles to help cool surging prices ahead of next week's celebration of the Communist Party's 70th anniversary in power.

NASA chief says security needed to explore space safely

Sep 25, 2019

The head of NASA says space security is necessary so that the United States, Japan and others can safely explore the moon and Mars

Top UK court: Johnson's suspension of Parliament was illegal

Sep 24, 2019

Britain's highest court rules unanimously that Johnson broke the law by suspending Parliament

London keeps Uber on short license as it scrutinizes firm

Sep 24, 2019

London transport authorities on Tuesday gave ride-hailing firm Uber a two-month license with new safety conditions as it continues to scrutinize the company

Effort to bring home stranded Thomas Cook travelers underway

Sep 24, 2019

The British government has flown home the first 14,500 people stranded by the collapse of tour operator Thomas Cook, and is expected to ramp up the repatriation effort to get all the 150,000 U.K.-based customers home

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