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Wuhan residents estimate region's coronavirus death toll much higher than reported
S ome residents in Wuhan, China, believe the region's death toll is likely at least 20 times higher than numbers reported by the government. "It can't be right," a Wuhan Radio Free Asia on Friday. "The incinerators have been working round the clock, so how can so few people have died?" He added,....
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A COVID-19 Recession and Debt Shock in Asia?
Developing Asia (hereafter Asia) is famous for engineering V-shaped recoveries following the 1997 Asian financial crisis and the 2008 global financial crisis as well as emerging as a key engine of global growth. The severity of the COVID-19 pandemic has sparked concerns about whether global growth....
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Nissan shows how EVs can help fight air pollution
IN ASIA and Oceania, approximately four billion people — 92% of Asia and the Pacific’s population — are exposed to air pollution levels that pose a significant health risk. This was further highlighted with the February 2020 launch of the world’s largest real-time air quality data bank under the....
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Air cargo demand holding up in Asia-Pacific during pandemic
By Arjay L. Balinbin Reporter. AIRLINES in Asia-Pacific countries, including the Philippines, saw air cargo demand for the month of February hold up “remarkably well” amid the decline in international air passenger demand due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) said.
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Cambodia halts tourist visas for 1 month in tighter clampdown
. Existing visa holders must test negative for coronavirus to gain entry. Cambodia will stop issuing tourist and entry visas for one month starting Monday as coronavirus outbreaks grow throughout Southeast Asia, the government said Saturday. Travelers with valid existing visas will need to prove....
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Couple stuck in Cambodia amid coronavirus crisis having to pay thousands of pounds to get home
A couple stuck in South East Asia due to the coronavirus crisis are desperately trying to get home – but it’s going to cost them thousands of pounds and they will have to put starting a family on hold. Jess Cross, 27, from Grimsby, and her husband Nick, 30, had been saving up for 18 months to go on....
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Indonesia remains SE Asias No2 venture capital market
Indonesia retained its position as the second-largest venture capital market in Southeast Asia as Malaysia remained in third position and Singapore continued to lead the rankings. A recent report by Deal Street Asia showed that Indonesia-based venture capital companies (VCs) raised a total of $582....
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ADB pledges $1.6B more in aid to Philippines
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) on Friday said a bigger financial assistance worth at least $1.6 billion would be provided to the Philippines in the coming weeks to help its host-country in fighting the coronavirus disease (Covid-19). In a statement following discussions with Secretary of Finance....
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How to cook lentils
Lentils are indigenous to Western and Central Asia but are cultivated in North America and Europe. They are one of the earliest domesticated crops in the Old World with their remains found in Greece dating back to 11,000 BC. They are used worldwide to cook different dishes and are most widespread....
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Coronavirus fuels cybersex trafficking fears for children in Southeast Asia
Cybersex traffickers are likely to exploit the coronavirus pandemic to target more children across Southeast Asia for online sexual abuse, child rights activists said on Thursday. The global spread of cheap, high-speed internet and the rise in mobile phone ownership has fuelled cybersex trafficking....
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MIL-OSI Asia-Pac: 14 more cases discharged; 42 new cases of COVID-19 infection confirmed
1. 14 more cases of COVID-19 infection have been discharged from hospitals or community isolation facilities (Cases 206, 314, 330, 346, 382, 426, 434, 502, 593, 601, 252, 269, 374 and 423). In all, 212 have fully recovered from the infection and have been discharged. 2.
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Spurs star Son returns to South Korea for 'personal reasons'
Tottenham forward Son Heung-min has been allowed to fly home to South Korea for "personal reasons". Although Britain is on lockdown due to the coronavirus, the Premier League club on Sunday said Son has been given permission to return to Asia. The 27-year-old has been recovering after suffering a....
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Radio Paper Market Revenue Growth Predicted by 2019-2025
The ‘Radio Paper Market’ research report added by Market Study Report, LLC, provides a succinct analysis on the recent market trends. In addition, the report offers a thorough abstract on the statistics, market estimates and revenue forecasts, which further highlights its position in the industry,....
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Spurs star Son returns to South Korea for 'personal reasons'
Tottenham forward Son Heung-min has been allowed to fly home to South Korea for "personal reasons". Although Britain is on lockdown due to the coronavirus, the Premier League club on Sunday said Son has been given permission to return to Asia. The 27-year-old has been recovering after suffering a....
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Traders debate merits of cancellations as US LPG arbitrage shuts on low Asia prices
Steep falls in Asian LPG prices over the past three weeks to near 20-year lows and a closed Western arbitrage to the East have prompted traders to debate the merits of cancelling US cargo movements, market sources said this week. The FOB USGC propane cargo premium to Mont Belvieu cavern product....
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COVID-19: Singapore confirms 42 new cases, total 844
was reported on Wednesday. Of the new cases, 24 are imported and 18 are local cases who have no recent travel history abroad: the 24 imported cases had travel history to Europe, North America, the Middle East, ASEAN and other parts of Asia. eight cases are linked to previous cases. 10 cases are currently unlinked, and contact tracing is ongoing.
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Vietnam to deal with COVID-19 pandemic effectively: Russian expert
In an interview with the Vietnam News Agency, Grigory Trofimchuck, Chairman of the Expert Council of the Foundation for Support of Scientific Research “Workshop of Eurasian Ideas”, said the COVID-19 prevention and control efforts by Vietnam recently have proved relatively fruitful, noting that the....
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Women’s national football team maintain top position in Southeast Asia
In the list, the Vietnamese team stand sixth in Asia and 35th in the world. Over the past month, the country’s female footballers played four matches in the third qualifying round of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics with only one win and three losses. Specifically, the team won 1 – 0 against Myanmar but lost....
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Asia virus latest: People return to China epicentre, security talks off
Here are the latest developments from Asia related to the novel coronavirus pandemic: - Wuhan eases travel rules - Wuhan, the central Chinese city where the coronavirus first emerged last year, partly reopened on Saturday after more than two months of near total isolation for its population of 11 million.
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Asia-Pacific countries on high alert for COVID-19 as more confirmed cases, deaths reported
HONG KONG, March 29 (Xinhua) -- Asia-Pacific countries kept reporting more COVID-19 infections and deaths on Sunday, as Indonesia saw the highest death toll in Southeast Asia, while Australia imposed stricter measures to contain the pandemic. The Indonesian government said on Sunday the death toll....
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Interview: Countries should unite in fighting against COVID-19: analyst
TOKYO, March 29 (Xinhua) -- "The current COVID-19 pandemic reminded us of the fact that, like it or not, Asia and the world have become a whole today. All countries in the world should work together to tackle this major crisis in human history," said Takakage Fujita, director general of a Japanese....
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Myanmar- Disaster Management Reference Handbook (March 2020) - Myanmar
Executive Summary. The Republic of the Union of Myanmar (also known as Burma) is one of the largest countries in Southeast Asia, with an estimated population between 54 and 56 million people. It is one of the least developed countries in the region, although its emerging economy has been consistently growing.
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Pardon of Sri Lankan soldier is ‘deeply troubling’ - US
The US Acting Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asia has condemned Sri Lanka’s pardon of a soldier who was convicted over the massacre of Tamils, calling it “deeply troubling”. In a tweet on Saturday, Alice Wells went on to state that “justice, accountability, and reconciliation are needed....
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Coronavirus cases in Pakistan reach 1500
Coronavirus cases in Pakistan reached 1,500 on Saturday, March 29. The death toll of the country due to the deadly infection stands at 12. The first cases of coronavirus were first reported on February 26. Pakistan has recorded the highest number of Covid-19 cases in South Asia so far.
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Agony, misery persist as incessant pipeline infernos remain untamed
Living Close To Pipelines, A Ticking Time Bomb — Henshaw. In the early hours of Sunday, March 15, 2020, residents of Abule Ado, a suburb of Nigeria’s commercial city, Lagos, woke to their daily lives, and never expected the unusual. Christians among them were either in church or preparing for....
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Jack Ma Foundation and Alibaba Foundation : Donate to Seven More Countries in Asia to Fight COVID-19
The Jack Ma Foundation and the Alibaba Foundation today announced donations of essential medical supplies to seven more countries, namely Azerbaijan, Bhutan, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Vietnam. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.
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