Few people may be able to get excited over the guts of a fish, sores on human skin, or a half-eaten peach. But Mary A. Johnson, an American artist and lecturer at Beijing's Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA), is fascinated by such things and embraces them in her works.
The Belt and Road Initiative would not only enhance trade and commerce ties among participating countries, but also further their relations diplomatically as well as culturally, said U.S. experts.
Russia's federal budget is on track to return to surplus this year due to higher than expected oil prices, Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said Wednesday.
One year into Donald Trump's presidency, the uncertainties and anxieties over his unconventional playbook appear to have not diminished.
Projecting Africa's aggregate growth and domestic product (GDP) to grow at 3.5 percent in 2018, and 3.7 percent in 2019, a new UN report reiterates that East Africa remains fastest-growing sub-region on the continent.
Two leading Chinese companies have held a groundbreaking ceremony to start the construction of a sub-sea pipeline installation for Dangote Oil Refining Company Limited in Lagos, Nigeria's economic hub.
Russia's largest airline Aeroflot will not resume direct flights to Cairo until the end of February, its CEO Vitaly Saveliev said Tuesday.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned on Tuesday that the world has gone in reverse as peace remains elusive.
Three quarters of all those convicted of international terrorism or related offense in the United States since 2001 were foreign born, a government report found Tuesday.
Conflict in eastern Ukraine that erupted in 2014 has escalated the spread of HIV throughout the country as millions of people were uprooted from their war-torn homes, researchers said on Monday.
The Syrian government is concerned that the latest U.S. move to form a new army in northern Syria aims to fragment the country.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) unveiled Monday the world's largest reserve of desalinated water.
Angola's Foreign Minister Manuel Domingos Augusto on Sunday reaffirmed his country's commitment to the one-China policy.
Vulgar comments attributed to U.S. President Donald Trump has caused ourage across Africa.
U.S. top tech leader Apple Inc. has confirmed that the slowdown resulting from degradation of batteries will only affect older iPhones instead of other Apple devices such as iPads, Apple Watches or MacBooks.
Automakers from around the world shared plans at ongoing North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) to produce autonomous vehicles for the U.S. market within the next five years.
About 100 Somali Al-Shabaab militants on Sunday stormed a village in Kenya's coastal Lamu region where they "lectured" frightened villagers.
Russia is ready to facilitate bilateral dialogue between Washington and Pyongyang within the framework of the six-party talks, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Monday.
Philippine authorities have ordered more than 900 families to evacuate as Mayon volcano continues to spew ash on Sunday.
Libya's eastern-based army spokesman on Sunday slammed Turkey as the sponsor of terrorism in Libya.