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Xi pledges Chinese support for Palestine at UN meet

Xi pledges Chinese support for Palestine at UN meet

Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas will begin a state visit to another BRICS nation, South Africa, on Wednesday.

China dairy giant opens NZ factory, to spend over $400 mn

China dairy giant opens NZ factory, to spend over $400 mn

Yili announced last Friday it will invest 2 billion yuan ($327 million) in four dairy projects in New Zealand.

Singapore signs deals worth $2.3 bn with Chinese province

Singapore signs deals worth $2.3 bn with Chinese province

Singapore is China's largest foreign investor.

Tunisia: Second round likely in presidential election

Tunisia: Second round likely in presidential election

Nidaa Tounes party Beji Caid Essebsi, 87, appears to have taken the lead with more than 45 per cent of the vote.

Russia losing $40 bn a year owing to sanctions

Russia losing $40 bn a year owing to sanctions

Russia’s BRICS partners have criticized the US and EU sanctions, with Beijing saying they are “erroneous”.

Russia, China push for consensus on Iran nuclear deal

Russia, China push for consensus on Iran nuclear deal

The Chinese envoy to the IAEA says gaps remain in defining the scale of Iran's uranium enrichment.

New crew aboard Russian Soyuz reaches ISS

New crew aboard Russian Soyuz reaches ISS

The three cosmonauts will serve on the $100 billion space outpost, the ISS for 169 days.

Congo free of Ebola, but deaths rise in W Africa

Congo free of Ebola, but deaths rise in W Africa

Healthcare experts have been unable to determine with certainty the levels of infection and death in West Africa's remote areas.

China, S.Korea, Japan FTA talks next week

China, S.Korea, Japan FTA talks next week

Negotiations for the trilateral FTA were launched in November 2012.

“Regime change” the design behind sanctions: Russia

“Regime change” the design behind sanctions: Russia

Lavrov said US is “announcing openly” that the sanctions “should be ruining the economy and raising people’s protests” in Russia.