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Uzbekistan, US committed to enhance cooperation
F.P. Report. WASHINGTON DC: On November 20, U.S. Department of State Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Dean Thompson and Foreign Minister of the Republic of Uzbekistan Abdulaziz Kamilov led a successful session of the U.S.-Uzbekistan Annual Bilateral Consultations in Washington.
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Asia Album: University student crowned Miss Vietnam in beauty contest
Do Thi Ha (C), winner of the Miss Vietnam 2020 beauty contest, poses for photos during the finals of the contest in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, on Nov. 20, 2020. (VNA via Xinhua) HANOI, Nov. 22 (Xinhua) -- Do Thi Ha, a 20-year-old university student from central Vietnam's province of Thanh Hoa, has....
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Why virus caused such suffering in Lombardy
But early this year, as the novel coronavirus spread from Asia to Europe, Lepora found herself pressed into service in the northern Italian region of Lombardy, one of the wealthiest places on earth. Anchored by Milan, Italy’s financial and fashion capital, Lombardy boasts sophisticated industry and world-class medical facilities.
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Asia Today: Cases in Japan hit record amid holiday travel
TOKYO (AP) — The daily tally of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Japan hit a record for the fourth day at 2,508, the Health Ministry said Sunday. Japan has had fewer than 2,000 coronavirus-related deaths so far, avoiding the toll of harder hit nations. But fears are growing about another surge.
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Off-course duck from Europe or Asia is first of its kind to reach B.C.
VICTORIA — An unusual duck is fluttering the hearts of birdwatchers on southern Vancouver Island after flying far off course during its migration between Europe or Asia and the waterways of Southeast Asia or Japan. Ann Nightingale, director of the Rocky Point Bird Observatory, says the duck, known....
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Uzbekistan’s Foreign Policy Under Shavkat Mirziyoyev
Like all other Central Asian countries, Uzbekistan faced major challenges after its independence to pursue an effective foreign policy, particularly, in the light of striking a balance within its relations with major powers like US, Russian and China. As a matter of fact, Uzbekistan, under Islam....
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Asia Today: Cases in Japan hit record amid holiday travel
TOKYO (AP) — The daily tally of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Japan hit a record for the fourth day at 2,508, the Health Ministry said Sunday. Japan has had fewer than 2,000 coronavirus-related deaths so far, avoiding the toll of harder hit nations. But fears are growing about another surge.
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DFA records 1 new COVID-19 infection among Filipinos abroad
MANILA, Philippines—The Department of Foreign Affairs on Saturday reported one new COVID-19 infection among Filipinos living abroad. In an update posted on its official Twitter account, the DFA said that the lone individual who contracted the virus was from the Asia and the Pacific region.
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Kumar bags double recognition from Asia Leaders Awards 2020
Kumar is best associated with FICWSI, a non-stock non-profit organization the Indian national he founded in 2015, aimed at bringing together Indian and Filipino businessmen and stakeholders under one umbrella organization to look after their needs, welfare and interests.
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Asia Today: Cases in Japan hit record amid holiday travel TOKYO (AP) — The daily tally of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Japan hit a record for the fourth day at 2,508, the Health Ministry said Sunday. Japan has had fewer than 2,000 coronavirus-related death
TOKYO (AP) — The daily tally of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Japan hit a record for the fourth day at 2,508, the Health Ministry said Sunday. © Provided by Associated Press A worker wearing a protective suit gestures to a line of people at a COVID-19 testing site in Tianjin, China, Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020.
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Asia Pacific South Korea reports more than 300 new coronavirus cases for fifth straight day
Seoul – South Korea reported more than 300 new coronavirus cases for a fifth straight day on Sunday, as officials warned that stricter rules could be imposed if the trend continues to threaten the highly populated capital of Seoul and surrounding areas.
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Asia Today: Cases in Japan hit record amid holiday travel
— South Australia and Victoria states eased COVID-19 restrictions Sunday as Australia heads into summer in a better position to fight the virus. Victoria, which was hardest hit, has gone 23 days without a new infection. In response, Premier Daniel Andrews announced a number of changes to restrictions.
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Asia Today: Cases in Japan hit record amid holiday travel
TOKYO (AP) — The daily tally of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Japan hit a record for the fourth day at 2,508, the Health Ministry said Sunday. Japan has had fewer than 2,000 coronavirus-related deaths so far, avoiding the toll of harder hit nations. But fears are growing about another surge.
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Asia Today: Cases in Japan hit record amid holiday travel
— South Australia and Victoria states eased COVID-19 restrictions Sunday as Australia heads into summer in a better position to fight the virus. Victoria, which was hardest hit, has gone 23 days without a new infection. In response, Premier Daniel Andrews announced a number of changes to restrictions.
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Asia Today: Cases in Japan hit record amid holiday travel
— South Australia and Victoria states eased COVID-19 restrictions Sunday as Australia heads into summer in a better position to fight the virus. Victoria, which was hardest hit, has gone 23 days without a new infection. In response, Premier Daniel Andrews announced a number of changes to restrictions.
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Asia Today: Cases in Japan hit record amid holiday travel
TOKYO (AP) — The daily tally of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Japan hit a record for the fourth day at 2,508, the Health Ministry said Sunday. Japan has had fewer than 2,000 coronavirus-related deaths so far, avoiding the toll of harder hit nations. But fears are growing about another surge.
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Asia Today: Cases in Japan hit record amid holiday travel
TOKYO (AP) — The daily tally of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Japan hit a record for the fourth day at 2,508, the Health Ministry said Sunday. Japan has had fewer than 2,000 coronavirus-related deaths so far, avoiding the toll of harder hit nations. But fears are growing about another surge.
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Asia Today: Cases in Japan hit record amid holiday travel
— South Australia and Victoria states eased COVID-19 restrictions Sunday as Australia heads into summer in a better position to fight the virus. Victoria, which was hardest hit, has gone 23 days without a new infection. In response, Premier Daniel Andrews announced a number of changes to restrictions.
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Asia Today: Cases in Japan hit record amid holiday travel
— South Australia and Victoria states eased COVID-19 restrictions Sunday as Australia heads into summer in a better position to fight the virus. Victoria, which was hardest hit, has gone 23 days without a new infection. In response, Premier Daniel Andrews announced a number of changes to restrictions.
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Asia Today: Cases in Japan hit record amid holiday travel
TOKYO (AP) — The daily tally of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Japan hit a record for the fourth day at 2,508, the Health Ministry said Sunday. Japan has had fewer than 2,000 coronavirus-related deaths so far, avoiding the toll of harder hit nations. But fears are growing about another surge.
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FEATURED: Breaking News: Amidu Resigns As Special Prosecutor Over Agyapa Deal Tr... Asia China claims pork from France infected with traces of Covid-19 NOV 16, 2020 ASIA. Australia War crimes report alleges elite Australian soldiers executed Afghan ci... NOV 19, 2020 AUSTRALIA.
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Christian girl is being threatened by Islamist death squads in Pakistan for fleeing forced marriage
Christian girl, 14, is being threatened by Islamist death squads in Pakistan for fleeing forced marriage to Muslim man, 45 - as thousands sign petition to give her asylum C atholic altar server Maira Shahbaz is hiding after being accused of apostasy; Over 9,000 have signed petition asking PM to....
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Carlyle-backed buyout of Japan Asia Group faces activist challenge
The impending clash comes as some analysts predict that, after decades of docile investors and a near-total absence of hostile takeovers , Japan is on the brink of change, with businesses forced to respond to activist shareholders and fiercer competition for assets.
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SEA Games 31 to feature 40 sports, over 520 categories
Tran Duc Phan, deputy head of the Vietnam Sports Administration, elaborated that the Vietnamese Government has approved 36 sports, while the SEA Games 31 organisers selected four other sports among those proposed by other Southeast Asian countries. Phan said the organisers will propose the addition....
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THE PHILIPPINES AND THE UNITED KINGDOM: OLD FRIENDS, NEW HORIZONS
(AGENPARL) – LONDON (UNITED KINGDOM), sab 21 novembre 2020 21 November 2020: OpEd by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office Minister for Asia Nigel Adams Fonte/Source: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/the-philippines-and-the-united-kingdom-old-friends-new-horizons ⯑ Listen to this
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Militant Leadership Monitor – January 2016 Issue
The January 2016 issue of Militant Leadership Monitor begins with briefs about Turkmen Iraqi leader, Arshad al-Salehi, and a Libyan military commander by the name of Salam Jadallah al-Ubaidi. The first profile in the issue describes the significance of Abu Wardah Santoso in the uptick of Islamic State violence in Southeast Asia.
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