From meetings largely cloaked in secrecy, powerful players will emerge publicly in new roles, and Xi will address the nation to lay out his political and economic vision for the next five years.
Chinese president’s anti-graft campaign likely to continue.
The 19-year-old juggled school work with negotiating property deals for his business that offers to sell properties for a fraction of the cost charged by established estate agents
The latest incident comes as Kabul remains on high alert after police on Saturday night stopped a lorry carrying 2,700 kg of explosives hidden under boxes of tomatoes, averting a potentially deadly blast.
The US warned of a security flaw in Wi-Fi encryption protocol that might allow one to eavesdrop or hijack devices using wireless networks
A dozen armoured vehicles arrived at the city's provincial government headquarters and took up positions nearby, alongside local police. They pulled down the Kurdish flag and left the Iraqi flag flying.
On Monday, Iraq's Kurdistan briefly shut down some 350,000 barrels per day (bpd) of production from major fields Bai Hassan and Avana due to security concerns.
The capsizing occurred as the boat was approaching Shah Porir Dwip in Teknaf in Cox's Bazar district bordering Myanmar's Rakhine state.
As the Party is set to begin its 19th Congress on Wednesday, all eyes are on whether Xi will follow another widely followed convention of the party to groom a successor.
"The oil ministry warned the Kurdish authorities not to attempt any action that would cause crude oil flow disruption from Kirkuk oilfield," a spokesman for North Oil Company said.
Isnilon Hapilon, Islamic State's anointed "emir" in Southeast Asia, and Omarkhayam Maute, one of two Middle East-educated brothers at the helm of the militant alliance, were killed in a raid on a building in Marawi and their bodies recovered on Monday.
China pledged to bring its carbon emissions to a peak by 2030 or earlier as part of a joint pledge made with the United States ahead of the 2015 Paris talks.
Prompted by Shi's concerns, Moog's Shanghai-based supplier quality engineering (SQE) team carried out an internal probe into NHJ in August-September 2015, and found NHJ tried to fake a certificate for parts supplied to Moog.
Programmes like 'Opera van Java', are a regular fixture on Indonesian TV. Drawing on Indonesia's traditional performance arts and folk tales, they often depict transgender and transvestite characters.
The airport will be connected to Beijing by a high speed train with a top speed of 350 km an hour, as well as an inter-city train and a major expressway.
Turkey closed its crossing with Kobani in 2015, and has since built a concrete wall that stretches hundreds of kilometers along the frontier. Goods come through Iraq's Kurdish region, or are smuggled from areas under Assad's control.
The Brexit negotiations have hit a roadblock over London's refusal to detail its offer to pay the European Union
Raqqa was the first big Syrian city that IS seized when it rampaged through Syria and Iraq and declared a "caliphate" in 2014. Raqqa became an operations centre for attacks abroad and the stage for some of its darkest atrocities.
Workers unloaded boxes of medicine and other medical supplies from a Turkish military plane parked on the tarmac, while Turkish medical teams attended to the cases of injuries moved from the hospital for evacuation.
Austrian foreign minister and People's Party chief Sebastian Kurz, 31, is on track to become one of the world's youngest leaders after securing 32% of votes
Sheikh Tamim is scheduled to meet Najib and Malaysia's king, followed by a state banquet at the palace before leaving late Monday. Qatar is Malaysia's 40th largest trading partner, with total trade of $566 million in 2016.
The United States has for years offered a bounty of up to $5 million for the elusive Hapilon over his activities as a faction leader of Abu Sayyaf, a group notorious for kidnapping, piracy and for beheading hostages, among them foreigners.
Iraq's government barred international flights to and from the region and asked neighboring Turkey and Iran to close their borders. Iran closed its three official crossings with the Kurdish region Sunday, Kurdish media reported.
A seemingly never-ending line entered Bangladesh near the village of Palongkhali. Many were injured, with the elderly on makeshift stretchers, and women balanced family belongings - pots, rice sacks, clothing - on their heads.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte last week ordered police to withdraw from the anti-narcotics campaign and leave all operations to the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) following scrutiny of police conduct.
Isnilon Hapilon, Islamic State's anointed 'emir' in Southeast Asia, and Omarkhayam Maute were killed as part of an operation based on information from a hostage recently rescued.
The city government defended itself, saying it was working closely with the irrigation department. Thailand suffered its worst flood in five decades in 2011, with hundreds of people killed, industrial estates engulfed and key industries crippled.
In total, some 440 fires were burning across Portugal on Sunday, which is "the worst day since the beginning of the year," according to a spokeswoman for the national civil protection agency, Patricia Gaspar.
A senior European Union official said foreign ministers were expected to express their "full support for continued implementation" of the deal negotiated with Iran over 12 years by the US, Britain, France, China, Germany and Russia.
After six days of hard work, firefighters continue to fight a fire that, for the time being, has devastated more than 88,000 hectares and reduced thousands of buildings to ashes across the state.
To stabilize inflation at 2 percent, Rosengren said, "you might have to overshoot" by pushing rates higher than the level expected in a healthy economy. In September, Fed officials estimated that so-called neutral rate to be 2.8 percent.
The Iraqi government earlier said its forces took control of 'vast areas' in the Kirkuk region, including oilfields west of the city, in the early hours of Monday, Iraqi state TV said.
The UN estimates that some 537,000 Rohingya have fled to camps and makeshift settlements in Bangladesh in the fastest growing refugee crisis.
Rahimi has pleaded not guilty and has been held without bail since his arrest following the September 2016 attacks. Prosecutors say Rahimi was inspired by the Islamic State group and al-Qaida to plan the bombings.
The Vietnam Disaster Management Authority said in a statement Monday the death toll has risen to 72 with 30 people still missing.
Sunday's surprise results raised the prospect of more unrest in Venezuela, where four months of opposition-led protests earlier this year led to 125 deaths, thousands of arrests, and widespread destruction of property.