The wildly popular fidget spinners that seem to be in the hands of children worldwide may arguably a fine gadget to help children with attention disorder but they are also potentially dangerous, a consumer watchdog group recently warned.…
HONG KONG: China has wiped the smile off pro-democracy activists' faces by seizing 7,600 rolls of toilet paper featuring Hong Kong's pro-Beijing leader Leung Chun-ying pulling a series of ridiculous expressions.
LONDON: The Korean Formula One Grand Prix has been formally dropped from the 2015 calendar after its surprise inclusion last month for contractual reasons.
NEW YORK: Oil prices finished the first day of 2015 trade lower as disappointing manufacturing data from the US, China and Europe kept pressure on the beaten-down commodity.
TOKYO: Days after a cockroach in frozen pasta sparked a mass recall in Japan, a noodle maker has shuttered its operations after claims a cooked bug was found inside a meal.