中新网保定1月17日电 (记者 吕子豪)17日下午，政协河北省保定市第十三届委员会第四次会议闭幕，李俊岭当选为政协保定市第十三届委员会主席。(完)
中新社曼谷1月17日电 (记者 王国安)泰国公共卫生部17日表示，发现第二例新型冠状病毒感染病例。该患者同样来自中国武汉。
中新社加德满都1月17日电 (记者 张晨翼)记者从中国驻尼泊尔大使馆获悉，1月17日上午11时左右，25名中国游客在尼泊尔奇特旺地区发生的一起交通事故中受轻微伤。
Study after study lays out the evidence for a planetary emergency. Slowly, global elites are getting their act together.
Medical officials say Iran’s most revered Shiite cleric has been discharged from a hospital after undergoing a risky surgery for a fractured bone
Iran’s supreme leader says his nation is living through “days of God
The most serious outbreak of desert locusts in 25 years is spreading across East Africa and threatening food security in some of the world’s most vulnerable countries
Hundreds of demonstrators have perched themselves on the steps of an iconic mosque in the Indian capital to protest against a new citizenship law that excludes Muslim immigrants
Black magic, drug addiction, attempted murder and wrestling over luxury cars and overseas properties
At closed-door meeting with Ukrainian ministers, Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk said President Volodymyr Zelensky “doesn’t understand how the economy works.”
The supreme leader spoke in Tehran, where he led Friday prayers for the first time in eight years.
People in Queensland and New South Wales enthusiastically celebrate the return of rainfall to their towns and cities, dancing and jumping as rain falls on regions hit by rainfall and bushfires.
The Chinese leader’s visit to Myanmar aims to send a signal that Beijing is back in the driver’s seat — at the West’s expense.
At least 869 academic papers have been retracted for flaws that included plagiarism. More could come.
By RNZ Too little, too late.That's how many at the centre of issues with Southern Response have characterised the state insurer's offer of an apology.Southern Response's new boss, Casey Hurren, offered the public apology while...
It was a scene that broke the hearts of a small animal rescue team on Kangaroo Island — an injured koala sitting nearby a furry friend who did not survive in the aftermath of the bushfires.
Traffic on SH1 on Auckland's North Shore remains at a near stand-still after a car caught fire late afternoon.The incident is one of three which has caused lengthy delays for commuters heading home on Friday afternoon and evening.Motorists...
Police have named the 57-year-old female victim in a South Auckland homicide this week.Today, police revealed 57-year-old Meliame Fisi'ihoi was located deceased at a property on Calthorp Close, Favona, in the early hours of Wednesday...
Reality has hit Jason Alexander.He can't stop crying. He has barely slept. He can't "unsee" the images of his dead daughters.On November 27 Alexander's eldest daughter, Tayla died instantly in a fiery car crash. Her sister, Sunmara...
A former Child, Youth and Family worker accused of abusing nearly 20 boys can now be revealed as a man who once cared for a teen murdered in the back of a prison van.Earl Opetaia's name suppression lapsed at 5pm todayafter his legal...
Australian telecommunications giant Optus has apologised for publishing a man's former driver's licence, including his date of birth and photo, on their website without his permission.
An apprentice electrician who claimed his boss told him to "f***-off now" during a heated argument said the outburst meant he had been fired.Rafe Fannin filed an unjustified dismissal claim with the Employment Relations Authority...
An under-staffed social work agency has been turning away applicants because it can't afford to pay them enough.The struggles at Birthright Hawke's Bay and other agencies have intensified due to the huge pay gap with Oranga Tamariki...
More money is being raised for a Kiwi film-maker's legal fund as she prepares for a courtroom showdown with Sir Bob Jones after calling for his knighthood to be revoked for "hate speech".The well-known businessman filed defamation...
A woman who claims her entertainment industry boss sexually assaulted her had threatened to "destroy" him and his company "a lot" and seemed to hate me, a witness says.The woman is one of three former employees who went to police...
A Whakatāne doctor is demanding an apology from a retail worker she claims repeatedly "yelled at" her young son for playing "peekaboo" behind a shop sign.The doctor and mother, who works in the town's hospital but did not want...