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Asia Today: Melbourne eases lockdown, schools, work resume
— Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the Australian budget, to be delivered Oct. 6, will be a “titanic effort” to return the country to economic growth amid the coronavirus pandemic. Morrison told reporters Sunday that the budget will the “most unprecedented investment in Australia’s future.
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Asia Today: Melbourne eases lockdown, schools, work resume
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia’s second-largest city, Melbourne, has further eased lockdown restrictions imposed after a surge in coronavirus cases, allowing most children to return to school from next month and sending more than 125,000 people back to work.
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Asia Today: Melbourne eases lockdown, schools, work resume CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia’s second-largest city, Melbourne, has further eased lockdown restrictions imposed after a surge in coronavirus cases, allowing most children to return to schoo
© Provided by Associated Press A health worker takes a nasal swab sample to test for COVID-19 test in Ahmedabad, India, Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020. The nation of 1.3 billion people is expected to become the pandemic's worst-hit country within weeks, surpassing the United States.
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Asia Pacific / Politics Malaysia's embattled prime minister wins crucial state polls
KUALA LUMPUR – Malaysia’s 7-month-old ruling alliance triumphed Saturday in its first electoral test in eastern Sabah state, a major victory for embattled Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin amid challenges to his leadership. Sabah was ruled by the opposition and the state poll was seen as a referendum for Muhyiddin’s unelected government.
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Asia Pacific As U.S. and China squabble at U.N., a plea — and warning — from Micronesia by Michelle Nichols
New York – As China and the United States feuded at the United Nations last week over COVID-19 and the climate, one of the world’s smallest states pleaded for detente. “Micronesia asks our American and Chinese friends to reinforce their cooperation and friendship with each other … to achieve what is....
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Asia Today: Melbourne eases lockdown, schools, work resume
CANBERRA, Australia -- Australia’s second-largest city, Melbourne, has further eased lockdown restrictions imposed after a surge in coronavirus cases, allowing most children to return to school from next month and sending more than 125,000 people back to work.
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First Central Asia Nobel Fest to Bring Nobel Laureates Together For Online Lectures and Seminars
The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. NUR-SULTAN – Students and researchers from Central Asia and the Caucasus are waiting for a historic chance to meet Nobel laureates and scientists from across the world at the Central Asia Nobel Fest 2020 scheduled to take place online on Oct.
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Asia Today: Melbourne eases lockdown, schools, work resume
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia’s second-largest city, Melbourne, has further eased lockdown restrictions imposed after a surge in coronavirus cases, allowing most children to return to school from next month and sending more than 125,000 people back to work.
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DIFC launches female-focused career mentorship programme
The first and largest financial technology accelerator in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia region, DIFC FinTech Hive said the programme equips young, aspiring female executives with tools and experience to broaden their knowledge and reach in the industry.
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Asia Today: Melbourne eases lockdown, schools, work resume
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia’s second-largest city, Melbourne, has further eased lockdown restrictions, allowing most children to return to school from next month and sending more than 125,000 people back to work. Melbourne and surrounding parts of rural Victoria state were placed under strict “Level 4” lockdowns on Aug.
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Asia Today: Melbourne eases lockdown, schools, work resume
Melbourne and surrounding parts of rural Victoria state were placed under strict "Level 4" lockdowns on Aug. 2, shuttering schools and non-essential businesses, imposing a nighttime curfew and prohibiting public gatherings. The restrictions were scheduled to be eased Sunday if the rolling 14-day....
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Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Sunday
People lineup at a COVID-19 testing site in St. Lambert, Que., on Friday. (Ryan Remiorz/The Canadian Press) In Quebec, Health Minister Christian Dubé told residents to "make a special effort" to limit contact with other people for at least 28 days in order to contain the spread and save hospitals from an increased burden.
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Thailand tackles unemployment with million jobs expo
Tens of thousands of Thais on Saturday flocked to a government-organized job expo with more than a million jobs up for grabs as it works to stem mounting unemployment in an economy battered by the coronavirus pandemic. Southeast Asia's second-largest economy could shrink by a record 8.
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Asia Today: Morrison vows 'titanic effort' to lift economy
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the Australian budget, to be delivered Oct. 6, will be a “titanic effort” to return the country to economic growth amid the coronavirus pandemic. Morrison told reporters Sunday that the budget will the “most unprecedented investment in Australia’s future.
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Militant Leadership Monitor – July 2020
The July 2020 Issue of Militant Leadership Monitor features a brief on the acting emir of Islamic State in East Asia, Hatib Hajan Sawadjaan; a short overview of Abu Muhammad al-Masri; an in-depth profile of Igor Strelkov-Girkin, the former Minister of Defense of Donetsk; a “Who’s Who” of the GNA’s....
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Asia Today: Morrison vows 'titanic effort' to lift economy
Australia’s gross domestic product shrank 7% in the quarter form April to June, the largest contraction since record-keeping began in 1959. That followed a 0.3% decline in the first quarter, meaning Australia was technically in recession for the first time in 30 years.
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Asia Today: Morrison vows 'titanic effort' to lift economy
CANBERRA – Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the Australian budget, to be delivered Oct. 6, will be a “titanic effort” to return the country to economic growth amid the coronavirus pandemic. Morrison told reporters Sunday that the budget will the “most unprecedented investment in Australia’s future.
Read more...
 
Asia Today: Morrison vows 'titanic effort' to lift economy
CANBERRA, Australia -- Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the Australia n budget, to be delivered Oct. 6, will be a “titanic effort” to return the country to economic growth amid the Australia’s gross domestic product shrank 7% in the quarter form April to June, the largest contraction since record-keeping began in 1959.
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Asia Today: Morrison vows 'titanic effort' to lift economy
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the Australian budget, to be delivered Oct. 6, will be a “titanic effort” to return the country to economic growth amid the coronavirus pandemic. Morrison told reporters Sunday that the budget will the “most unprecedented investment in Australia’s future.
Read more...
 
Asia Today: Morrison vows ‘titanic effort’ to lift economy
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the Australian budget, to be delivered Oct. 6, will be a “titanic effort” to return the country to economic growth amid the coronavirus pandemic. Morrison told reporters Sunday that the budget will the “most unprecedented investment in Australia’s future.
Read more...
 
Asia Today: Morrison vows 'titanic effort' to lift economy
Morrison told reporters Sunday that the budget will the "most unprecedented investment in Australia's future." Australia's gross domestic product shrank 7% in the quarter form April to June, the largest contraction since record-keeping began in 1959. That followed a 0.
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Asia Today: Morrison vows ‘titanic effort’ to lift economy
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the Australian budget, to be delivered Oct. 6, will be a “titanic effort” to return the country to economic growth amid the coronavirus pandemic. Morrison told reporters Sunday that the budget will the “most unprecedented investment in Australia’s future.
Read more...
 
Asia Today: Morrison vows 'titanic effort' to lift economy
CANBERRA – Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the Australian budget, to be delivered Oct. 6, will be a “titanic effort” to return the country to economic growth amid the coronavirus pandemic. Morrison told reporters Sunday that the budget will the “most unprecedented investment in Australia’s future.
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Johor Menteri Besar says border with Singapore should reopen or 100,000 Malaysians may lose jobs
PONTIAN (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - The two land border crossings with Singapore should be reopened as soon as possible, as the Johor state government is not capable of finding employment for 100,000 Malaysians who may lose their jobs due to the prolonged closure, said Menteri Besar Hasni Mohammad.
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Thailand tackles unemployment with million jobs expo
Tens of thousands of Thais on Saturday flocked to a government-organised job expo with more than a million jobs up for grabs as it works to stem mounting unemployment in an economy battered by the coronavirus pandemic. Southeast Asia's second-largest economy could shrink by a record 8.
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Asia markets rise after tough week
TOKYO: Asian markets rose Friday on bargain-buying after another torrid week for investors, who are growing increasingly concerned about US lawmakers’ failure to even hold talks on a new stimulus and surging virus infections that are prompting fresh containment measures.
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