Stories By Lorna Shaddick
127 Jan 2015 Tue
Across the US, traditional shopping malls have record numbers of empty stores inside them and are closing at an alarming rate. But a new kind of development appears to be taking their place.
224 Jan 2015 Sat
United States President Barack Obama is set to travel to India this weekend, to be chief guest at the country's Republic Day ceremony on Monday (Jan 26).
320 Jan 2015 Tue
With unemployment at its lowest since 2008, the main focus of US President Obama's announcements is cementing his economic legacy, but with both chambers of Congress now controlled by the Republican Party, it may be harder for him to see his ideas come to fruition.
411 Jan 2015 Sun
The 'Missing Maps project', a joint programme run by three different non-governmental organisations, aims to update map information in developing nations to ensure faster humanitarian response in case of disasters.
505 Jan 2015 Mon
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is accused of detonating two bombs at the finish line of the Boston Marathon in 2013, killing three people and injuring 260 others. The jury selection for his trial is set to begin.
623 Nov 2014 Sun
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in the United States has displayed 200 rare artifacts from the Forbidden City in China.
722 Nov 2014 Sat
The Republican party has criticised US President Barack Obama's move to prevent the deportation of millions of undocumented migrants, but Asian migrants who benefit from the new law have been rallying to its defence.
811 Nov 2014 Tue
Issues on cyber security, human rights, Hong Kong and maritime security will be raised by US President Barack Obama during the bilateral talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping.