Berlin Airport Workers to Strike Again Monday Over Pay

Ground staff at Berlin's two airports will start a 25-hour strike on Monday, the Verdi union said on Sunday, stepping up action in a pay dispute.

12 March 2017 | 07:00 PM


Competition in 42 Sports at 2018 Asian Games

A total of 42 sporting disciplines will be contested at the 2018 Asian Games, which will be hosted by Jakarta and Palembang, South Sumatra.

12 March 2017 | 06:27 PM


S. Korean Liberals Set to End 9-Year Conservative Rule, Bring Changes

The liberal politician expected to succeed disgraced Park Geun-hye as South Korea's next president could make significant policy changes.

12 March 2017 | 06:00 PM


China Admits Political Education for Students Is Poor

China is doing a poor job at political education for university students because the classes are outdated and unfashionable, its education minster said.

12 March 2017 | 04:00 PM


Wenger Adamant His 'Preference' Is to Stay at Arsenal

The protests against Arsène Wenger's reign at Arsenal show no signs of abating but after booking another FA Cup date at Wembley on Saturday (11/03).

12 March 2017 | 03:31 PM


Mayweather Wants McGregor Fight in June

Floyd Mayweather has declared himself "out of retirement" to fight Conor McGregor and demanded the Irish MMA champion commit to a crossover bout in June.

12 March 2017 | 03:14 PM


Thank You King Salman, See You Next Time

King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia departed from Bali on Sunday after a four-day state visit followed by an eight-day vacation in Indonesia.

12 March 2017 | 03:07 PM


South Korean Opposition Vows Justice as Park Prepares Blue House Exit

The South Korean politician likely to emerge as the next president promised justice and common sense on Sunday.

12 March 2017 | 03:00 PM


Vietnam State Coffee Firm Plans 35% Stake Sale in IPO

Vietnam National Coffee Corporation, or Vinacafe, the top state-owned coffee company, plans to sell a 35-percent stake in an IPO.

12 March 2017 | 02:00 PM


UK Gov't Must Make Plans for Possibility of No Brexit Deal: Lawmakers

It would be a serious dereliction of duty if the British government failed to plan for the possibility of not reaching an exit deal with the European Union.

12 March 2017 | 01:00 PM