Chinese tourist number outperformed with a 75 percent surge during the first four months of 2015, which drove higher guest arrivals in the capital of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), state news agency WAM reported.
Christian Lindmeier, the spokesperson of the World Health Organization (WHO) reaffirmed Tuesday that sustained human-to-human transmission and community transmission of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) in South Korea had not yet been observed.
A former British ambassador to Japan expressed his concerns that leaders of the Japanese ruling Liberal Democratic Party could threaten Japan's long- term national interests through policies that could lead to a more autocratic and nationalist regime.
More than fifty days since the massive earthquake struck the region, the Nepalese government reopened areas of its Kathmandu UNESCO World Heritage sites and declared the nation reopen to overseas visitors from Monday.
Orient 2015, a six-day joint law enforcement operation, is being staged on the China-Kyrgyzstan border. The operation starting from Monday covers areas of traditional and non-traditional threats to security.
Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott has maintained he will do "whatever is necessary" to keep asylum seeker boats out of Australian waters, amid claims paying people smugglers has been a policy of successive governments.
The land reclamation project of China's construction on some stationed islands and reefs of the Nansha Islands, as planned, will be completed in the upcoming days, according to relevant Chinese competent departments.