Chinese President Xi Jinping told FIFA boss Gianni Infantino he hoped the Asian nation could host a World Cup “in the future”, the world soccer governing body said on Wednesday, after the two met in Beijing.
Four people held on consecutive days over a total of approximately 13 kilograms of rhino horns.
An unknown number of people died yesterday when a high-rise building in west London caught fire early yesterday morning.
Otto Warmbier, 22, a University of Virginia student, was on his way back to the US on Tuesday, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said.
Representative Mike Quigley of Illinois introduced on Monday the “Communications Over Various Feeds Electronically For Engagement” Act.
Former Top Gear presenter Richard Hammond was seconds from being “incinerated” after a car he was driving plunged down a hill, flipped over and burst into flames.
Airline representatives at an annual industry meeting in Mexico offer a range of predictions on how such a ban would affect passengers and carriers.
For now, the park will focus on My Neighbour Totoro, but one can hope!
US intelligence officials believe Russian hackers planted a false news story that led Saudi Arabia and several allies to cut relations with Qatar, prompting a diplomatic crisis.
Fewer young Hongkongers are planning working holidays in Japan. In the first round of working holiday applications, held in April, 352 people applied, the Japanese consulate says. That is the lowest number of applications since April 2014, when only 279 applied.