|New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key Won General Election to Return for Third Term in Office|
New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key has won an emphatic victory in general election to return for a third term in office. With just a small number of special votes remaining to be counted, Key's National Party ended election night with 48 percent of the vote.
|France Joins US Airstrikes in Iraq|
France has become the first foreign country to join the US airstrikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq. French President Francois Hollande says two Rafale fighter jets accompanied by support planes struck in northern Iraq on Friday morning.
|New Zealand Opposition Leader Concedes Defeat|
David Cunliffe, leader of New Zealand's main opposition Labour Party on Saturday conceded defeat in the general election. Cunliffe said in a televised address to party faithful that he had called Prime Minister John Key and congratulated him on winning a third term in office.
|White House Briefly Evacuated due to Intrusion|
The White House was briefly evacuated on Friday night because an intruder reportedly jumped over the fence and ran on the grounds of the complex shortly after President Barack Obama left the building.
|Wall Street Ends Mixed as Alibaba Makes Trading Debut|
Alibaba took the spotlight after its initial public offering priced at $68 (USD) a share and rose as high as $99.70 before ending the session up 38 percent to $93.89.
|Li Na Bids Farewell to Professional Tennis World|
China's first and only Grand Slam winner Li Na formally announced her retirement on Friday, leaving Chinese tennis fans yearning for their next superstar.
|Apple iPhone 6 Goes on Sale|
The latest version of the iPhone is now on sale in 9 different markets around the world, including the United States, Australia, Japan and Hong Kong. Thousands of die-hard Apple users have stood in line outside Apple stores to get their hands on the long-awaited iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
|Foreign Hiker Takes Selfie on Deadly Trail of Huashan|
A foreign hiker has recently taken selfies as he walks across one of the world's most dangerous trail named "Changkong" on Huashan Mountain.
|Liverpool Manager Optimistic about Performance in Premier League|
There are a total of 6 matches set to get underway tomorrow in the English Premier League. Among them, Liverpool will be looking to turn around its unexpectedly slow start to this season's campaign when they take on West Ham United.
|Asian Games Swimming Competition Promises Drama|
Sun Yang and Park Tae-hwan are set to begin their battle when they contest the 200-meter freestyle on Sunday. The 22-year old Sun comes into the competition holding the world record in the 15-hundred meters.
|Opening Ceremony of the 17th Asian Games Kicks off in Incheon|
Opening Ceremony for this year's Asian Games kicked off in Incheon, South Korea on Friday night, September 19, 2014. A total of 439 events in 36 different sports and disciplines will be played out at the event.
|Panda Figures Displayed Near West Lake in Hangzhou|
A total of 1,600 pandas, which were made by environmental-friendly materials, are works of French artist Paulo Grangeon. These pandas have visited many cities like Paris, Berlin and Hong Kong.
|Home Prices in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou Fall in August|
Home prices have dropped in 68 of the 70 cities it monitors including Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou. New home prices in Beijing dropped by 1.2-percent. Guangzhou and Shanghai saw a fall of 1.3 percent.
|Drivers Look ahead to Singapore Grand Prix|
The F1 title battle will resume on Sunday on Singapore's Marina Bay street circuit, which is known for its challenging track layout and backdrop.
|China Trio Win 1st Gold at Incheon Asian Games|
Chinese markswomen Guo Wenjun, Zhang Mengyuan and Zhou Qingyuan won the women's 10m air pistol team event Saturday morning, the first gold medal at Incheon Asian Games.
|GSK China Faces Record Fine for Bribery|
The China branch of British drug maker GlaxoSmithKline has been hit with a 3 billion yuan fine for bribery. This is the most severe penalty applicable to economic crimes in China.
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