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Hyundai Motor unveiled its first electric car Thursday _ the BlueOn _ as it moves to catch up with Japanese rivals that have jumped ahead in the field.
Noticeably absent from President Obama's latest economic-stimulus package are any further attempts to create jobs through "green" energy projects, reflecting a year in which the administration's original, loudly trumpeted efforts proved largely unfruitful.
Philippines official says police may have shot hostages
Zhang Yimou's new romance will kick off the 15th edition of Asia's leading film festival, and Oliver Stone and Juliette Binoche will be among the event's guests, organizers said.
Senior U.S. and Chinese officials met Monday to steady relations upset by disputes over currency, trade and military affairs despite calls for a tougher line on Chinese economic policies that some say are contributing to American unemployment.
Senior U.S. and Chinese officials met Monday to steady relations upset by disputes over currency, trade and military affairs, despite calls for a tougher line on Chinese economic policies that some say are contributing to American unemployment.
Japan's ship of state has sailed into the perfect storm.
President Obama is afraid of the M1 Garand, the U.S. rifle that helped win World War II, defeating Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan. Administration officials earlier this year moved to block the government of South Korea from selling vintage U.S.-made M1 Garands and M1 carbines to eager stateside collectors.
SOUTH KOREA: Typhoon Kompasu struck South Korea Thursday, killing at least four people.