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BRICS stand on Syria is “balanced”: Syrian envoy

BRICS stand on Syria is “balanced”: Syrian envoy

China is insisting on an independent, comprehensive investigation by UN agencies into the suspected use of chemical weapons in Syria.

South Africa: Despite slipping rand, business mood upbeat

South Africa: Despite slipping rand, business mood upbeat

But to sustain growth, market structure should be reformed; education and training enhanced to competitive levels.

China hails Trump-Xi summit

China hails Trump-Xi summit

The White House said that China and the US had agreed to an "action plan" to tackle trade conflicts.

China criticises US for bombing Syrian airbase

China criticises US for bombing Syrian airbase

Military action will worsen the sufferings of the Syrian people, China's UN envoy argued.

Russia seeks emergency UNSC session after US bombs Syrian base

Russia seeks emergency UNSC session after US bombs Syrian base

Syrian rebels have welcomed the US attack while the Syrian government has called it an "aggression" that led to "losses."

Clash of the Titans? Trump to meet Xi

Clash of the Titans? Trump to meet Xi

How China and the US agree - or disagree - on handling North Korea will determine the scope of their future ties.

BRICS to further space science cooperation

BRICS to further space science cooperation

Russia will host heads of space agencies of BRICS member states in the coming months.

China’s State Council urges focus on job creation

China’s State Council urges focus on job creation

Authorities should focus on the most vulnerable in the jobs market - fresh university graduates, the Council said.

St. Petersburg: Russia identifies Kyrgyz suicide bomber

St. Petersburg: Russia identifies Kyrgyz suicide bomber

Officials in Kyrgyzstan confirmed Akbarzhon Dzahilov as the bomber.

Putin orders probe into deadly metro blast

Putin orders probe into deadly metro blast

A bomb packed with shrapnel killed at least 10 people riding the St. Petersburg metro line Monday.