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Mike Ashley has this Newcastle United offer for Steve Bruce

Newcastle United will make Steve Bruce the lowest paid manager in the Premier League – IF they can agree a compensation package with Sheffield Wednesday. The Magpies had hoped to have Bruce in place before the squad headed out to China for the Premier League Asia Trophy tournament this week.
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Supply cuts lift Asia oil refining margins to highest since Sept 2017

Asia oil refining margins have more than tripled in the past three weeks to hit their highest since September 2017, Refinitiv data showed on Friday, after refiners cut output and tightened fuel supplies. The complex refining margin for a typical Singapore refinery rebounded to $9.37 a barrel at the close of Asia’s markets on Thursday, up from $2.
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Asian LNG price steady as global supply still ample

Asian spot prices for liquefied natural gas (LNG) held steady this week, with traders looking for signs of potential demand ahead of winter amid ample supplies. Spot prices for August delivery to Northeast Asia are estimated to be about $4.40 per million British thermal units (mmBtu), up 10 cents from last week, trade sources said.
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Credit cards fall behind in Asia's race to go cashless

TOKYO -- Credit cards are losing out to e-payments as Asia rushes to go cashless, with users who are unwilling or unable to shoulder the high fees associated with cards opting for mobile alternatives. Credit card penetration remains at 10% or less in Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam, while mobile....
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Starwatch: Earth's shadow takes a bite out of the moon

A partial lunar eclipse is visible from much of the world this week. Only North America, Greenland and northern Russia will miss out. From Asia and Australia, the eclipse will take place in the early hours of 17 July. From the rest of the world it will happen on the preceding evening.
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ROTA’S ALICIA ATALIG CHIEF PILOT FOR ASIA PACIFIC AIRLINES

. SAIPAN, Northern Mariana Islands (August 20, 2001 - Saipan Tribune/PINA Nius Online)---Male airline pilots are a dime a dozen but the new chief pilot of Guam-based Asia Pacific Airlines is a woman from the island of Rota. She is Captain Alicia Atalig, of the Northern Marianas, and she recently....
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UAE Jiu-Jitsu team leaves for Mongolia

A strong UAE Jiu-Jitsu team is headed for Mongolia for this week's 4th Jiu-Jitsu Asian Championship confident of following its recent success at the Kazakhstan Jiu-Jitsu Grand Prix by claiming continental glory. The UAE Jiu-Jitsu Falcons squad that departed for the Mongolian capital Ulaanbaatar on....
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Death toll rises to 50

Floods and landslides caused by torrential monsoon rains have killed at least 50 people across South Asia while dozens more are missing in Nepal, officials said yesterday. Northeast India has also been hit by floods with 11 deaths recorded as rivers burst their banks.
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Over 60 killed in South Asian monsoon rains

NEPAL: Floods and landslides triggered by torrential monsoon rains have killed at least 60 people across South Asia in the last two days, officials said Saturday. The monsoon, which lasts from June to September, causes widespread death and destruction across South Asia each year.
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Array BioPharma Inc. (ARRY) and Kitov Pharma Ltd (NASDAQ:KTOV) Comparing side by side

For the past year Array BioPharma Inc. was less bullish than Kitov Pharma Ltd. Array BioPharma Inc., a biopharmaceutical company, focuses on the discovery, development, and commercialization of small molecule drugs to treat patients with cancer in North America, Europe, and the Asia Pacific.
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More breastfeeding could save the world $1 billion every day

Not enough breastfeeding costs the global economy almost $1 billion each day due to lost productivity and healthcare costs, researchers said on Friday, as health experts urged more support for nursing mothers. A new website developed by researchers in Canada and Asia showed that the world could have....
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Senior U.S. diplomat says Japan alliance will 'change constantly'

The top U.S. diplomat for East Asia said Saturday that the form of Washington's alliance with Japan will "change constantly" amid altering regional security situations. "Alliance relationships are not static," David Stilwell, the U.S. assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific affairs, told a press conference at the U.
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Here's What Analysts Are Saying About AB InBev Pulling Asian IPO

(Bloomberg) -- Anheuser-Busch InBev NV’s decision to scrap what was slated to be the year’s largest IPO is a bad sign for the pace of its debt reduction and future M&A, equity analysts said, with Macquarie calling it a “a meaningfully negative development.
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Laid-off expat bankers in HK struggle to find jobs

For years, Hong Kong was a hotspot with plum jobs for overseas bankers as global firms hired aggressively. But many recently laid-off bankers in the city are finding that cost-cutting and a demand for Mandarin speakers have diminished the opportunities for expats in Asia’s financial hub.
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Singapore’s slow growth raises recession risk

The slump in Singapore — often seen as a bellwether for health of the global economy — is the latest evidence that momentum has slowed across Asia as the year-long US-China trade war and sliding growth weigh on the region’s export-reliant economies. Trump and Modi met in Osaka on the sidelines of a....
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Cooperation vital to battling shared challenges: Sherry

Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Parliamentary Party Leader in Senate Sherry Rehman Saturday emphasised the importance of cooperation as the South Asian region battles the shared challenges such as security, climate change and development. “Pakistan is at the hub of key supply chains which are pivotal....
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Over three dozen killed in monsoon rains in South Asia

Floods and landslides triggered by torrential monsoon rains have killed at least 40 people across South Asia in the last two days, officials said Saturday. The monsoon, which lasts from June to September, causes widespread death and destruction across South Asia each year.
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Tajikistan regime targeting families of political activists

The range of repression is broad In 2015, after returning home from an internship at Deutsche Welle, journalist Humayro Bakhtiyar started running into trouble. She was told that her former employer, the Asia Plus media group, would have to let her go because of “pressure from above.
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Monsoon Rains Kill at Least 40 in South Asia

KATHMANDU, NEPAL - Floods and landslides triggered by monsoon rains have killed at least 40 people across South Asia in the last two days, officials said Saturday. The monsoon, which lasts from June to September, causes widespread death and destruction across South Asia each year.
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Russia looks for Asia LNG buyers to blunt Western sanctions' bite

MOSCOW -- Russia is boosting Arctic production of liquefied natural gas to counter growing competition from the U.S. while looking to Asia's major energy importers to buffer projects against Washington's ire. Russian gas producer Novatek agreed on June 29 to sell a 10% stake in its Arctic LNG 2 terminal to Japanese trading house Mitsui & Co.
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Asia's steel and plastic prices slump as trade war takes toll

TOKYO -- The price of industrial materials has dropped sharply as China's economy slows in the wake of the yearlong trade war with the U.S. Hot-rolled steel coil, used in cars and industrial machinery, now hovers at $550 per ton for East Asia-bound shipments, down 10% over a year. The price declined sharply last fall as the trade war intensified.
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Osama Bin Javaid

. Osama Bin Javaid is a broadcast journalist based out of Doha. He's worked extensively on South Asia, specially in Pakistan and Afghanistan. He has reported on global security, war on terror and other issues related to South Asia and Middle East. 13 Jul 2019 19:23 GMT Can Thar coal address....
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He was moved by compassion when he saw him

Yet there are thousands of migrants on the move in Asia, Africa, Europe and America – all seeking a better life. It is only when we meet one or two migrants as in the photo, or as I did recently in the flesh, that we can begin to grasp the human suffering involved.
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World: Impact of Climate Change on ASEAN International Affairs: Risk and Opportunity Multiplier

Abstract. This study examines the implications of climate change for international affairs in Southeast Asia. Climate change and efforts to mitigate climate change give rise to major risks as well as opportunities in international affairs. Climate change may impact on international affairs among the ASEAN countries at two levels.
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Rethinking U.S. engagement with the Korean peninsula - NKNews Podcast Ep.84

The U.S.’s presence on and approach to the Korean peninsula is based on a conventional understanding of its role in the world, in Asia, and the ways in which the country achieves its foreign policy goals. Doug Bandow has for years fought against the mainstream “blob” in D.C.
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U.K. investigates Amazon investment in food delivery firm

The investigation will put on hold any plans to merge its operations with Deliveroo, whose delivery bikes and scooters are ubiquitous in many major cities. Besides Britain, it also operates in several countries in Europe and Asia, including Germany, France, Italy and Australia.
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O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, thou that killest the prophets, and stonest them which are sent unto thee, how often would I have gathered thy chickens together, even as a hen gathereth her chickens under her wings, and ye would not! Matthew, 23. 37

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