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Bye Aerospace Signs Key Agreements with Aerospace9 – Aerospace9 to Invest and also Fund 300 eFlyer Airplane Purchase Deposits for Asia
, Inc. announced that the Company has entered into agreements with Aerospace9, a new company headquartered in Seoul, Korea, under which Aerospace9 has agreed to an investment in Bye Aerospace. Led by Seunghyuk Cha, a renowned IT leader in Korea, Aerospace9 has also made a large commitment to....
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Software summit explores future of mining innovation
More than 25 speakers will feature in the three-hour online mega-event, which will be available in specific languages and timezones for audiences in Australia/Asia, Europe/Africa, North & South America, Russia & Central Asia. 2020 Unpacked will showcase the next generation of mining and exploration....
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UN investigator: Rights of minorities to worship undermined
TANZANIA, Tanzania - The U.N. special investigator on religious freedom urged countries to repeal laws undermining the right of minorities to worship and hold beliefs, pointing as examples to China’s detention of Uighurs, 21 countries that criminalize apostasy, and sweeping surveillance of Christians in North Korea and Muslims in Thailand.
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DCCI chief urges Vietnam to invest more in Bangladesh
Bangladesh's regional trade and commerce will grow manifold if the country could gain the observer status in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean), said Shams Mahmud, president of Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI). Mahmud also urged the Vietnamese businesses to invest in Bangladesh.
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UN investigator: Rights of minorities to worship undermined
UNITED NATIONS — (AP) — The U.N. special investigator on religious freedom urged countries to repeal laws undermining the right of minorities to worship and hold beliefs, pointing as examples to China’s detention of Uighurs, 21 countries that criminalize apostasy, and sweeping surveillance of Christians in North Korea and Muslims in Thailand.
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UN investigator: Rights of minorities to worship undermined
UNITED NATIONS The U.N. special investigator on religious freedom urged countries to repeal laws undermining the right of minorities to worship and hold beliefs, pointing as examples to China’s detention of Uighurs, 21 countries that criminalize apostasy, and sweeping surveillance of Christians in North Korea and Muslims in Thailand.
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UN investigator: Rights of minorities to worship undermined
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The U.N. special investigator on religious freedom urged countries to repeal laws undermining the right of minorities to worship and hold beliefs, pointing as examples to China’s detention of Uighurs, 21 countries that criminalize apostasy, and sweeping surveillance of Christians in North Korea and Muslims in Thailand.
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Rich words at hybrid book fair
Meet bestselling author Kevin Kwan of Crazy Rich Asians fame to hear him talk about his latest novel at the 20th Hong Kong International Lit...
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Jack Ma takes a US$2.6b hit
Jack Ma was poised to become Asia's richest person with Ant Group's initial public offering, but his net worth tumbled US$2.6 billion (HK$20...
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UN investigator: Rights of minorities to worship undermined
UNITED NATIONS (AP) The U.N. special investigator on religious freedom urged countries to repeal laws undermining the right of minorities to worship and hold beliefs, pointing as examples to China’s detention of Uighurs, 21 countries that criminalize apostasy, and sweeping surveillance of Christians in North Korea and Muslims in Thailand.
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Winning by Design : Expands Australian and Asia Pacific Markets With the Appointment of Charlie Wood as ANZ Managing DirectorWinning by Design : launches its
(marketscreener.com) Winning by Design launches its metrics-based Sales as a Science framework and remote selling approach to B2B businesses in new regions https://www.marketscreener.com/news/latest/Winning-by-Design-Expands-Australian-and-Asia-Pacific-Markets-With-the-Appointment-of-Charlie-Wood--31....
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UN investigator: Rights of minorities to worship undermined
UNITED NATIONS The U.N. special investigator on religious freedom urged countries to repeal laws undermining the right of minorities to worship and hold beliefs, pointing as examples to China’s detention of Uighurs, 21 countries that criminalize apostasy, and sweeping surveillance of Christians in North Korea and Muslims in Thailand.
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UN investigator: Rights of minorities to worship undermined
UNITED NATIONS -- The U.N. special investigator on religious freedom urged countries to repeal laws undermining the right of minorities to worship and hold beliefs, pointing as examples to China’s detention of Uighurs, 21 countries that criminalize apostasy, and sweeping surveillance of Christians in North Korea and Muslims in Thailand.
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BOOM, Neon survive in Dota Summit Southeast Asia
BOOM Esports and Neon Esports recorded sweeps on Wednesday to stay alive in the DOTA Summit Online 13: Southeast Asia competition. The two teams finished in fifth and sixth place, respectively, in the tournament's round-robin stage, earning spots in the lower-bracket playoffs.
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India: Asia and Pacific Region COVID-19 Situation Report No. 9 (Reporting Period: 1 - 31 October 2020)
Regional Situation With over 8 million confirmed cases, India continues to have the highest number of COVID-19 cases in the region and second globally. The pandemic continues to spread across Asia and the Pacific. India, Iran, Indonesia and Nepal continue to experience a steady increase in new cases.
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Asia Today: South Korea OKs single test for COVID-19 and flu
— India’s capital reported a record high 6,725 new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours, hit by its worst wave of coronavirus infections since March. New Delhi has averaged more than 5,200 cases a day this past week, a spike the Health Ministry attributes to the festival season. India overall added 46,253 cases, raising its total past 8.
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health-virus-Hungary-Thailand 2ndlead
Hungarian minister tests positive for virus on Southeast Asia tour =(Picture)= ATTENTION - ADDS Hun Sen quote /// Bangkok, Nov 4, 2020 (AFP) - Hungary's foreign minister tested positive for coronavirus in Thailand, the kingdom's health minister said Wednesday, a day after he jetted in from a meeting with Cambodian premier Hun Sen.
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Asia Today: South Korea OKs single test for COVID-19 and flu
— India’s capital reported a record high 6,725 new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours, hit by its worst wave of coronavirus infections since March. New Delhi has averaged more than 5,200 cases a day this past week, a spike the Health Ministry attributes to the festival season. India overall added 46,253 cases, raising its total past 8.
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Ciena : Indigo Submarine Cable Makes Waves with Ciena
(marketscreener.com) WaveLogic 5 Extreme supports growing virtual connectivity needs in Asia Pacific region https://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/CIENA-CORPORATION-15311276/news/Ciena-Indigo-Submarine-Cable-Makes-Waves-with-Ciena-31688444/?utm_medium=RSS&utm_content=20201104
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Rami Kadi becomes UN Goodwill Ambassador for sustainable fashion
“No business can exist on a dead planet.” This was the underlying message of a press conference today announcing Lebanese designer Rami Kadi as the United Nations Environment Programme’s regional goodwill ambassador for sustainable fashion in west Asia.
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Asia Today: South Korea OKs single test for COVID-19 and flu
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Health officials in South Korea have approved a test to detect both COVID-19 and seasonal influenza from the same samples, which would help prevent disruption at hospitals as the pandemic stretches into the flu season. The country has struggled to stem the coronavirus,....
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Asia Today: South Korea OKs single test for COVID-19 and flu
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Health officials in South Korea have approved a new test that’s designed to detect both COVID-19 and seasonal influenza from the same samples, which would help prevent disruption at hospitals as the pandemic stretches into the flu season.
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DW News Asia with Melissa Chan, 04 November 2020
DW News DW News Asia with Melissa Chan, 04 November 2020. The US has voted and along with the rest of the world, the eyes of Asia are on Washington, waiting to find out whether Donald Trump or Joe Biden has won. We look at why this election matters so much to Asia - from a political, economic, and environmental perspective.
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Scientists improve a land surface model to better simulate the carbon-nitrogen flux
Along with Europe and North America, East Asia has in the past few decades become one of the three largest nitrogen deposition centers in the world. This can
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World: Impact of COVID-19 in the Middle East, North Africa, Central Asia, and Eastern Europe Update #6 October 2020
The objective of this analysis is to better understand the evolution of the impact of COVID-19 on food security, the economy, gender, and the nutrition status in the region throughout 2020. This update also includes a section on how WFP response to food security needs evolved throughout the year.
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Rare footage shows three snow leopards roaming in the wild 12,460 feet above sea level in China
Scientists estimated there may only be between 3,920 and 6,390 snow leopards left in the wild around the world. China is thought to be home to more than half of them. Mainly found in the high, rugged mountains of Central Asia, the specie is a Class A protected animal in China and recognised as....
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