TOKYO — Japan extended its yearlong streak of modest economic growth in the last three months of 2016, data showed on Monday. Output in the country, which has the world’s third-largest economy but has struggled to shake off deflation, expanded in each quarter last year, the longest uninterrupted period of growth in three years.
BUCHAREST, Romania — Exactly one week after the largest protests in a quarter of a century rocked Romania, an estimated 70,000 demonstrators filled the square outside the main government building in Bucharest on Sunday evening, determined to show those in power that the crisis was far from over.
YOKOHAMA, Japan — The 94-year-old man had come for lunch at a Chinese restaurant, and he was determined to make the most of his squid and leek stir-fry.
SEATTLE — On a busy stretch of road in this city’s Ballard neighborhood, a curious new grocery store is taking shape — and so begins another effort by
HONG KONG — In his book on deal making, President Trump offered a key piece of advice on getting what you want: Promise big. “I play to people’s fantasies,” he said in 1987’s “The Art of the Deal.
MADRID — Pablo Iglesias, the head of Spain’s far-left Podemos Party, defeated a challenge in a leadership vote on Sunday, giving him a strong mandate to stick with the radical line that has made Podemos one of Europe’s main anti-establishment parties.
British No 4 Aljaz Bedene was beaten by Denis Istomin in the first round of the World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam on Monday.