French President Francois Hollande said Friday there were no survivors of the crashed Air Algerie jetliner, and one of the aircraft's two black boxes has been found in the wreckage
Poor weather was the most likely cause of the crash of an Air Algerie flight over the West African state of Mali with 116 people on board, French officials said on Friday
More than half of China's military airfields have flight paths that are obstructed by tall buildings, state media reported
Industry analysts and safety experts say they can find no common themes. Nor do they think the events indicate that flying is suddenly becoming less safe.
Baidu Inc., which operates China's most popular search engine, said its quarterly profit rose 34% on the back of its mobile business
McDonald's Holdings Co (Japan) said it halted sales of all products that use chicken meat that originates in China on Friday, switching its sourcing completely to Thailand.
Malaysian officials said Friday they still plan to send a military officer back to New Zealand to face sexual assault charges despite not returning him in early July as they had promised
Most Chinese are unsatisfied with food safety in the country, according to a survey released amid a scandal
The UN Human Rights Committee called on Japan to undertake independent probes of wartime sex slavery and apologise to the women
Fast-food chain McDonald's made an open apology on Thursday for not telling the public that it had imported chicken thigh fillets and pork cutlet produced by Shanghai Husi Food factory when it first responded to a tainted meat scandal two days ago