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China issues top warning for strong typhoon nearing coast

Aug 9, 2019

China issued its top warning for coastal Zhejiang province ahead of a strong typhoon now passing northeast of Taiwan

US urges increased caution for Americans visiting Hong Kong

Aug 8, 2019

The U.S. government has stepped up its warnings to travelers to Hong Kong because of increasing violence surrounding pro-democracy protests

Flights canceled as British Airways hit by computer problem

Aug 7, 2019

British Airways has canceled dozens flights from London airports after its check-in systems were hit by computer problems

Japan says export step not aimed at hurting ties with Seoul

Aug 7, 2019

Japan's government spokesman says downgrading of South Korea's trade status is not intended as retaliation for disputes over court rulings ordering Japanese companies pay compensation for their treatment of Korean laborers during World War II

China bans movies, actors from prominent Taiwan film awards

Aug 7, 2019

China has banned Chinese movies and actors from Taiwan's Golden Horse Awards, which are among the Asian film industry's most prestigious honors

Firm to oversee administration of troubled Titanic shipyard

Aug 6, 2019

Belfast-based consultancy BDO Northern Ireland Partners says it will oversee the administration of the shipyard that built the Titanic after the firm ran out of money

China's yuan falls further amid trade war fears

Aug 6, 2019

China's yuan falls further against dollar as Beijing accuses Washington of 'destroying the international order,' fueling fears of global damage from their trade war

The Latest: China warns punishment for protests is coming

Aug 6, 2019

A Chinese official responsible for Hong Kong affairs says punishment for those behind weeks of sometimes violent protests in the Chinese special administrative region is "only a matter of time."

Global stocks tumble after China lets yuan sink

Aug 5, 2019

Global stocks fall after China allows yuan to fall following Trump's latest trade threat

Protests disrupt Hong Kong work day as leader vows to remain

Aug 5, 2019

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam maintained that she has no plans to resign as protesters filled public parks and squares in several districts in a general strike

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