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The sailors were reported missing after the USS Fitzgerald collided with a Philippine-flagged container ship south of Tokyo Bay in Japan.
Multilateral development banks can help with Asia’s infrastructure gap, but governments need to make the first move, a panel of experts said.
The Japanese Coast Guard said the destroyer was experiencing some flooding but was not in danger of sinking.
Australia is to hold a national gun amnesty, its first in more than two decades, in a bid to combat terrorism and a recent influx in illegal firearms.
In its first year, Shanghai Disneyland has seen over 11 million visitors, exceeding the company's most optimistic expectations, CEO Bob Iger said.
The DOJ sued on Thursday to recover about $540 million in assets allegedly stolen from Malaysian fund 1MDB, established by PM Najib.
The Australian Prime Minister was caught mocking U.S. President Donald Trump in a speech at the Midwinter Ball.
Asian whiskey enthusiasts have bigger investment appetites than their Western counterparts, who are mostly collectors looking to grow an inventory.
China's economic rise and its mega projects may spur conspiracy theories, but the AIIB said it does not just serve Chinese interests.
The Bank of Japan released its latest monetary policy views on Friday at the end of a two-day meeting.
Singapore's non-oil domestic exports contracted again in May, but the decline was less than expected as electronics shipments continued to be strong.
The Coast Guard said no threat was found aboard a container ship at the Port of Charleston after an hours-long investigation.
The Philippines military said it arrested one of the Maute brothers on Thursday, a senior member of the Islamic State-backed militants it is fighting in a southern city.
Singapore's residential property prices are sending mixed signals, but analysts are pointing to some encouraging signs of a recovery.
The PBOC will not necessarily follow the Fed's rate hike as China seeks stability ahead of a leadership reshuffle this fall, observers said.
The FBI's Mueller is seeking interviews with three high-ranking intelligence names, suggesting a probe of Trump’s actions, the NYT reported.
Australia added 42,000 jobs in May, flying past than the 10,000 jobs estimated, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said Thursday.
Western Digital Corp said it has sought an injunction that would stop Japan's Toshiba Corp from selling its NAND chip business.
Qatar's Ministry of Defense said on Wednesday the country signed a deal to buy F-15 fighter jets from the United States for $12 billion.
North America and Asia Pacific are expected to lead 5G mobile internet adoption, according to a report from Ericsson.
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Regulation will eventually come to the cryptocurrency space, even though they're unlikely to be comprehensive, says Jake Brukhman, CoinFund.
Peter Dragicevich, Nomura, says the Bank of England will raise interest rates in August as a way of removing some of the stimulus it enacted post-Brexit.
Oil production is loss-making when prices drop below $40 a barrel, says Mathew Kaleel of Janus Henderson.