08:16 | 10/07/2020
Seoul police found the body of city Mayor Park Won Soon in hills on July 10 after he was informed for 4 to 5 hours away from home after leaving a “will-like” message to the daughter. His death came amidst reports saying he faced criminal complaints of sexual harassment.
05:53 | 10/07/2020
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on July 8 has stressed the need for countries to work together in dealing with China's stepped-up activities in regional waters.
22:53 | 09/07/2020
Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Pham Binh Minh and Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs Motegi Toshimitsu co-chaired the 13th Mekong - Japan Ministerial Conference on July 9, focusing on promoting cooperation between Mekong countries and Japan in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
22:53 | 09/07/2020
American experts so far viewed that COVI -19 is even subject to herd immunity due to vast number of the infected.
14:25 | 09/07/2020
There is a strong school of opinions in the recent Tesla stock price, about the validity of its valuation in the market. No fundamental analysis seems to be able to justify the stock price of the tech giant. Therefore, it brings up a valid question – are we seeing the forming of a new bubble?
14:19 | 09/07/2020
Requiring all sailors to wear face masks is among extraordinary measures against the coronavirus taken by two US admirals in charge of a rare exercise in the East Sea (South China Sea).
13:48 | 09/07/2020
Billionaire Warren Buffett bought his first Apple share in 2016, and currently holding $91b in the tech conglomerate. This converted into 43% of the total asset of his Berkshire Hathaway investment portfolio - (VNF)
11:37 | 09/07/2020
China plans to support international cooperation research projects on drugs, vaccines, test kits, and traditional Chinese medicine to fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.
11:37 | 09/07/2020
World news today July 9: Harvard, MIT sue Trump administration over rule barring international students, China’s military use spider excavators to build roads near India border, Hong Kong bans protest songs and other political expressions at schools, Bodies of 180 suspected extrajudicial execution victims found in Burkina Faso and gold price are making headlines today (July 9).
11:34 | 09/07/2020
South African Health Minister Zweli Mkhize warned the people that they were starting to face the worst stage of the Covid-19 pandemic in a speech on July 8.
10:34 | 09/07/2020
The luxury apparel retailer Brooks Brother files for bankruptcy protection on Wednesday due to coronavirus's impacts. Besides seeking a buyer, the company plans to close 51 out of 250 stores.
09:38 | 09/07/2020
US and Canada weather forecast today, July 9: Oppressive heat is forecasted to cover the U.S. from California to the Northeast through at least the middle of next week, driving up energy demand, stressing crops and probably setting new records. In Canada, hot weather continues for the rest of the week in almost regions in the country.
09:32 | 09/07/2020
The UK faces to heavy rain smashing into the country while Europe bears showers in Scandinavia, plenty of sunshine in central and southern areas.
07:13 | 09/07/2020
Thailand's cabinet recently endorsed a bill permitting partnership registration of same-sex unions, along with legal amendments to ensure they have most, if not all, the same rights as married couples.
16:50 | 08/07/2020
North Korea criticizes South Korea being an "arbitrator" in its relations with the U.S., at the same time affirms its unwillingness to have another conversation with the United States.
16:31 | 08/07/2020
About 30,000 Vietnamese students studying in the US will be in difficult situation if courses go entirely online from the next academic year.
14:09 | 08/07/2020
Scientists warned of a potential wave of coronavirus-related brain damage as new evidence suggested COVID-19 can lead to severe neurological complications, including inflammation, psychosis, and delirium.
14:06 | 08/07/2020
In the lastest response to the US’ mulling to ban Chinese social media apps, including TikTok, the platform serving around 500 million active users globally said it had “never provided user data to the Chinese government, nor would we do so if asked”.
11:23 | 08/07/2020
As of 6am on 8/7, Worldometers recorded 11,937,388 people globally infected with acute respiratory tract infection, Covid-19, including 545,505 deaths and 6,837,928 patients recovered.
11:09 | 08/07/2020
World news today July 8:The Trump administration has formally notified the United Nations of its withdrawal from the WHO. Meanwhile, Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro has confirmed his positive result for coronavirus. China opened a new office for its security agents to operate openly in Hong Kong. TikTok, Zoom and Microsoft quit Hong Kong and oil price also make headlines today (July 8).