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BEIJING - A Chinese professor charged in the United States with economic espionage said Chinese scholars and engineers in the United States face discrimination and "absurd" suspicions by the government that they are stealing technologies.
ISTANBUL - Turkey's government said on Monday Islamic State was the prime suspect in suicide bombings that killed at least 97 people in Ankara, but opponents vented anger at President Tayyip Erdogan at funerals, universities and courthouses. | Video
OSLO - Norway may have to tap its $856 billion sovereign wealth fund more than planned next year to cope with a rising number of people seeking asylum, Prime Minister Erna Solberg was reported as saying on Tuesday.
YANGON - Myanmar's election commission held a meeting on Tuesday with major political parties to discuss the postponement of a historic election set for Nov.8 due to flooding, a government official and a politician present at the meeting told Reuters.
TOKYO - A row between Tokyo and Japan's Okinawa over a contentious U.S. air base deepened on Tuesday when Okinawa's governor revoked a work permit for a new site, while the government said it was considering legal action to push ahead.