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U.S., Russia blame each other as ships nearly collide in Asia
WASHINGTON >> The U.S. and Russia accused each other of unsafe actions today after an American guided-missile cruiser and a Russian destroyer came within 165 feet of each other in the Philippine Sea. Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan told reporters that the U.S.
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Asia's longhorned tick takes its first documented bite in the U.S.
One such pathogen is SFTS virus , a potentially fatal hemorrhagic fever. SFTS is not found in North America but is similar to the Heartland virus, which is present in North America and can be transmitted by ticks, according to Dr. Bobbi Pritt , director of the Clinical Parasitology Laboratory at the Mayo Clinic.
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U.S., Russia blame each other as ships nearly collide in Asia
The U.S. and Russia accused each other of unsafe actions on Friday after an American guided-missile cruiser and a Russian destroyer came within 50 meters of each other in the Philippine Sea. Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan told reporters that the U.S.
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Authorities: Dubai bus crash kills 17, including 12 Indians
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates A bus from Oman carrying foreigners from Europe and Asia smashed into a warning sign coming off a major highway in Dubai, killing 17 people, including at least 12 Indians, authorities said Friday. The number of Indians killed in the crash Thursday night in the United Arab....
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Authorities: Dubai bus crash kills 17, including 12 Indians
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates A bus from Oman carrying foreigners from Europe and Asia smashed into a warning sign coming off a major highway in Dubai, killing 17 people, including at least 12 Indians, authorities said Friday. The number of Indians killed in the crash Thursday night in the United Arab....
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Stock markets rally, dollar drops in anticipation of US rate cuts
Wall Street stocks rose and the dollar fell Friday after a weak US jobs report bolstered expectations that the Federal Reserve would soon cut interest rates. Equity markets in Asia and Europe also advanced, with investors shrugging off trade war worries as the United States and Mexico engaged in a....
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Rest of Asia One killed, 99 injured in massive Nepal storm The storm that lasted for nearly 40 minutes, also damaged over 150... READ MORE
The storm that lasted for nearly 40 minutes, also damaged over 150 houses. An online petition protested many companies' requirements that their female staff wear pumps and heels. Netizens were enraged with the passenger's behaviour and demanded the authorities take action.
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Chinese take to the seas in annual dragon boat races
HONG KONG >> People in China and several other parts of Asia competed Friday in annual dragon boat races, a tradition with roots dating back more than 2,000 years. The dragon boats are built in the shape of war canoes and ornately carved and painted with dragon heads and tails.
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Indo-Pacific is ‘priority theatre’ for the US
The Shangri-La Dialogue 2019, hosted by the International Institute for Strategic Studies, was the 18th Asia Security Summit that brought together defence ministers and top-ranking military personnel of 30-odd countries, including the US and China, in Singapore.
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Anurag Viswanath
The new American vision, marked by clarity and simplicity, reiterates that the US is a Pacific power, a resident Asian power, and that the US ‘pivot’ is here in Asia to stay—with the Indo-Pacific identified as the ‘pr 1 H Ago. It appears the American move is directed less against Huawei and more against Chinese state.
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Yango taxi app launched in Ghana
Global technology giant, Yandex, has launched its taxi service Yango onto the Ghanaian market. The technological ride-hailing App by one of Europe’s biggest technology companies, Yandex, operates in over 300 cities across 15 countries in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Yango rides ordered with the app in Accra interestingly starts from GH2.
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Pompeo to visit Bangkok, commit to Southeast Asia: official
Washington (AFP) - Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will recommit the United States on a visit to Bangkok to supporting the development of Southeast Asian nations in the face of a rising China, an official said Thursday. Pompeo will travel to the Thai capital for the July 29-August 3 ministerial....
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Asia Stocks Seen Higher on Mexico Tariff Optimism: Markets Wrap
(Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks looked set to follow their U.S. counterparts higher amid optimism Washington may delay a plan to impose tariffs on Mexico. Treasuries edged higher. Futures rose in Japan and Australia, with markets in Hong Kong and China shut for holidays.
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Eurasian Disunion: Russia’s Vulnerable Flanks
*A free e-book of this title is available for download below. Russia’s attack on Ukraine and the dismemberment of its territory is not an isolated operation. It constitutes one component of a broader strategic agenda to rebuild a Moscow-centered bloc designed to compete with the West.
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US praises Kazakhstan over Uighur rights
By AFP 42 mins ago in World The United States on Thursday praised Kazakhstan for not turning back Uighurs fleeing neighboring China, which has rounded up an estimated one million people from the mostly Muslim ethnic group. David Ranz, a US diplomat in charge of Central Asia, pointed to Kazakhstan....
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India, the world's model central bank? Just maybe.
New Delhi. INDIA is becoming the gold standard for monetary policy in Asia, if not the world. While global markets are giddy from hints that the Federal Reserve may cut interest rates, India's central bank has been easing since February. Just as important, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has been....
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Pyongyang has 27 diplomats dispatched to UN offices
North Korea has 27 diplomats dispatched as permanent representatives to three UN offices as of this year, a US-based media outlet reported Wednesday. According to Radio Free Asia, Pyongyang has nine diplomats -- including Ambassador Kim Song -- stationed at the UN’s New York headquarters, and nine....
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US praises Kazakhstan over Uighur rights
David Ranz, a US diplomat in charge of Central Asia, pointed to Kazakhstan as an example as he addressed a symposium in Washington on the mounting human rights concerns in the western Chinese region of Xinjiang. The United States is "grateful" to Kazakhstan "for resisting Chinese pressure to....
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Iranian President to Visit Tajikistan for CICA Summit
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani will attend the 5th summit of the Conference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia (CICA) in Tajikistan next week. The Iranian president will travel to Dushanbe on June 14 to attend the 5th CICA summit at the invitation of his Tajik counterpart Emomali Rahmon.
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[ASAP] Model-Based Interpretation of Groundwater Arsenic Mobility during in Situ Reductive Transformation of Ferrihydrite
Prolonged exposure to arsenic (As) contaminated groundwater affects the health of millions of individuals in various parts of the world. (1−3) This problem is particularly severe in South East Asia (4) where arsenic contamination primarily results from the reducing conditions prevailing in the....
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Shunned by China, U.S. crude exports surge to the rest of Asia
U.S. crude producers may have lost the fast-growing China market because of President Donald Trump’s trade dispute, but they have more than compensated by making inroads into the rest of top oil-consuming region Asia. Pipelines run to Enbridge Inc.’s crude oil storage tanks at their tank farm in Cushing, Oklahoma, March 24, 2016.
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Newcastle coal slumps to 2-year low as trade jitters worsen
Asia’s benchmark coal price has plunged 10% on the week to its lowest level since May 2017 as a dispute between the US and China fanned fears of a global economic slowdown. Global Coal last assessed its Newcastle index at USD 71.85/t, down USD 8.32/t on the week.
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Dialog 5G mobile service demonstrates SA’s fastest mobile speeds in excess of 1.4 Giga bits per second
June 6, 2019, 8:43 pm Dialog’s demonstration of 5G download speeds in excess of 1.4Gbps using a commercial 5G mobile handset Dialog Axiata PLC, showcased download speeds in excess of 1.4Gbps using a commercial 5G mobile handset, the highest speed that has been achieved via a mobile handset in South East Asia.
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Asian American and Pacific Islander youth face bullying, lack visibility, report finds
California youth from smaller Asian American and Pacific Islander ethnic groups experience high rates of bullying and feelings of cultural invisibility in school, a new report has found. The report, produced by the nonprofit Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC) and scheduled for release....
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Coinciding the Asia Security Summit – the Shangri-la Dialogue – in Singapore in which US Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan was
the major participant, on June 1 Washington released the 2019 the Trump-Defense Department-designed Indo-Pacific Strategy Report, labeling Asia the ‘priority Theater’, and explicitly declaring, the U.S. enhanced military presence in the region is to “protect the American people, the homeland, and the American way of life”.
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Are American Zika strains more virulent than Pacific and Asian strains?
ZIKV is a Flaviviridae family virus carried by infected Aedes mosquitos. It was first isolated in Uganda in the mid-twentieth century but has since spread to Micronesia, Oceania, and most recently South America, Central America, North America and the Caribbean.
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