Consumer rights activists take part in a march to protest against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). Photograph: Fabrizio Bensch/Reuters

(...) proponents say will create a market of 800 million and serve as a counterweight to China’s economic clout. In(...)

North Korean soldiers in historic uniforms march during the  parade marking the 70th anniversary of its ruling Workers’ Party. Photograph: Wong Maye-E/AP

(...), likely a conciliatory diplomatic gesture towards China, which hosted the now-defunct “six-party talks(...)

(...), fancy menus and the good cutlery. On occasions, stray pieces of Houses of the Oireachtas china (the(...)

An Italian marble piece depicting five putti musicians

Bittern in the North China Sea. It’s now being sold by his descendants who live in Ireland. The estimate(...)

Glencore’s  production cut comes as it scrambles to reassure nervous investors and creditors that it can cope with its $30 billion debt load amid the latest commodities rout. Photograph: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg

(...) metal, which has fallen to a five-year low on concerns about slowing economic growth in China. On Friday(...)

Oonagh Shanley-Toffolo: her father would see her only once again after she left home to go to the Convent of the Little Sisters of the Poor. Photograph: Glenn copus/Evening Standard

(...) alternative medicine in China, met a French man in Paris – but he died – married an Italian on the 20th(...)

IMF managing director Christine Lagarde delivers a speech during the IMF/World Bank annual meetings in Lima. Photograph: Ernesto Benavides/AFP/Getty Images

(...) owe. Lou Jiwei, China’s finance minister, said each country needed to “enhance domestic reforms” to(...)

 William C Campbell  at his home after the announcement that he won the 2015 Nobel Prize in Medicine, in  Massachusetts. Photograph:  EPA/CJ Gunther

(...) professor at the China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, wins the other half of the prize after(...)

International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde said the global lender may push ahead with interim steps to give emerging markets a bigger say.

(...) of broader governance reforms. Reforms agreed in 2010 would put Brazil, China, India and Russia among(...)

Truck rollover narrowly misses cyclist 0:33

An electrical bicycle rider had a narrow escape in China's Nantong City, on Wednesday. Footage(...)