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Exorcism: Increasingly frequent, including after US protests In popular culture, exorcism often serves as a plot device in chilling films about demonic possession. This month, two Roman Catholic archbishops showed a different face of exorcism – performing
In popular culture, exorcism often serves as a plot device in chilling films about demonic possession. This month, two Roman Catholic archbishops showed a different face of exorcism – performing the rite at well-attended outdoor ceremonies to drive out any evil spirits lingering after acrimonious protests.
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Typhoon Goni: Philippines orders evacuations as world's strongest storm of 2020 approaches - NBC News
MANILA — Philippine officials ordered the evacuation of thousands of residents in the southern part of the main Luzon island on Saturday as a category 5 storm, that is the world's strongest this year, approached the Southeast Asian nation. , with 133 miles sustained winds and gusts of up to 164 mph,....
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Exorcism: Increasingly frequent, including after US protests
FILE - In this Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020, file photo, San Francisco's Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone conducts an exorcism outside of Saint Raphael Catholic Church in San Rafael, Calif., on the spot where a statue of St. Junipero Serra was toppled during a protest on Oct. 12.
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Asia Pacific / Jimmy Lai distances himself from report on Hunter Biden's alleged China links
The Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai has said he personally had “nothing to do with” a report on Hunter Biden’s alleged Chinese business links, but admitted funds from his private firm had been used to pay for it. Lai, a prominent democracy advocate in Hong Kong and a staunch critic of China , said....
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Virus cases in Central Asia, Eurasia up by over 12,100
KYIV, Ukraine More than 12,100 coronavirus cases and over 190 deaths were reported across Eurasia and Central Asia on Friday. Ukraine registered 8,312 new cases and 173 fatalities over the past 24 hours, raising the overall count to 378,729, including 7,041 deaths.
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Singapore payments startup hoolah pushes ahead with expansion amid pandemic
By Lyn Chan. SINGAPORE — As many small companies still struggle with the COVID-19 pandemic, Singapore payments startup hoolah is showing that not all is doom and gloom. The two-year-old startup offering a “buy now, pay later” solution is forging ahead with its plans to expand in Asia, and has also....
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Global Markets: Asian Shares Set To Rise As Recovery Comes Into...
NEW YORK: Asian shares were set gain on Wednesday, encouraged by buoyant U.S. moves that followed stronger-than-expected manufacturing indicators while the
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Philippines evacuates nearly 1 million as world's strongest typhoon this year approaches
Asia Philippines evacuates nearly 1 million as world's strongest typhoon this year approaches. Personnel from the fire bureau try to remove an uprooted tree blocking a road after tropical storm Molave hit the town of Pola, Oriental Mindoro province, Philippines, on Oct 26, 2020.
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COVID-19 in the Middle East and Asia: Impacts and Responses
In the months since the COVID-19 outbreak was first diagnosed, it has spread to over 200 couontries. The human and economic costs of the pandemic have been staggering. As of November 1, 2020, more than 45 million confirmed cases of the virus and 1.1 million deaths from the disease worldwide had been reported to the .
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Taiwan celebrates equality, coronavirus success in Asia’s largest Pride march
TAIPEI (Reuters) – More than 130,000 people, many wearing rainbow masks, marched through Taipei on Saturday to celebrate LGBTQ+ equality and the island’s success in fighting coronavirus, in one of the largest Pride marches globally this year. “Taiwan has done a fantastic job at both equality and....
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Asia Today: Australia to spend on vaccines for wider region
— For the first time, Sri Lanka police have arrested dozens of people for not wearing masks and failing to maintain social distancing, under the new laws imposed to contain the spread of the coronavirus. Police spokesman Ajith Rohana said 39 people were detained, and separately, another 221 were held for violating a curfew.
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Hit by Covid-19 curbs, cinemas in Malaysia to close progressively in November
KUALA LUMPUR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) -Cinema operators in Malaysia, or the Malaysian Association Of Film Exhibitors (Mafe), have come to the decision to temporarily suspend operations at all their cinemas nationwide. The closures will happen progressively in the month of November.
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Nine new sites in Asia and the Pacific join UNESCO’s World...
Twenty-five new Biosphere Reserves were welcomed to the World Network of Biosphere Reserves during the 32nd session of the International Co-ordinating Council of UNESCO’s Man and the Biosphere (MAB) Programme held online on 27 and 28 October 2020. Of the new Biosphere Reserves, nine are located in....
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Philippines orders evacuation as world's strongest 2020 typhoon approaches
Manila Philippine officials on Saturday ordered evacuation of thousands of residents in the southern part of the main Luzon island as a category 5 storm that is the world’s strongest this year approaches the Southeast Asian nation. Typhoon Goni, with 215 kph (133 miles) sustained winds and gusts of....
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CEOs must engage, motivate and build trust to face pandemic challenges – Limassol Forum
“Never allow a good crisis to go to waste.” This succinct apothegm offered by Mukhtar Hussain, Group General Manager for Asia Pacific and Hong Kong at HSBC, might sum up much of thought leadership at the 11th Limassol Economic Forum on Friday. The Forum explored a truly daunting topic: How can CEOs....
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Asia Today: Australia to spend on vaccines for wider region
“We are committing an additional AU$500 million over three years towards this effort,” it said. “The funding will further help ensure that the countries of the Pacific and East Timor are able to achieve full immunization coverage, and will make a significant contribution toward meeting the needs of southeast Asia.
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Sotto cites parliaments’ continued work amid pandemic
MANILA Senate President Vicente Sotto III cited the continued functioning of parliaments amid the unprecedented coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) health emergency, during the meeting of the Asia Pacific Group (APG) of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) on Friday.
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The Latest: Australia to spend on vaccines for wider region
CANBERRA, Australia — Australia has announced it will spend 500 million Australian dollars ($351 million) to secure COVID-19 vaccines for the Pacific and Southeast Asia “as part of a shared recovery for our region from the pandemic.” The government said it would use a range of advance purchase....
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Don't Ignore the Good News On Covid-19 From Asia
It’s easy to feel that there’s no light at the end of the Covid-19 tunnel. Europe’s intensive care wards are filling up again, pushing France and Germany into a fresh round of stay-at-home restrictions and lockdowns — albeit ones designed to be softer than the first.
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Asia Album: Cambodians celebrate annual water festival amid COVID-19
Boat racers take part in a boat racing during the annual Water Festival on a lake in Lavea Em district, Kandal province, about 30 kilometers east of Cambodian capital Phnom Penh, Oct. 30, 2020. (Photo by Sovannara/Xinhua) PHNOM PENH, Oct. 31 (Xinhua) -- Welcome to Cambodia's Water Festival, or Bon Om Touk.
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The Latest: Australia to spend on vaccines for wider region
CANBERRA, Australia — Australia has announced it will spend 500 million Australian dollars ($351 million) to secure COVID-19 vaccines for the Pacific and Southeast Asia “as part of a shared recovery for our region from the pandemic.” The government said it would use a range of advance purchase....
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The Latest: Australia to spend on vaccines for wider region
CANBERRA, Australia — Australia has announced it will spend 500 million Australian dollars ($351 million) to secure COVID-19 vaccines for the Pacific and Southeast Asia “as part of a shared recovery for our region from the pandemic.” The government said it would use a range of advance purchase....
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US election 2020: The Asians who are rooting for Trump to win
Donald Trump is not a US president who has courted international support. Pursung an openly nationalist "America First" policy, he has overtly insulted half the world - from calling Europe's leaders weak to describing Mexicans as rapists, and even dismissing the entire African continent.
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Singapore overtakes Thailand to become Asia’s worst stock market
By Ishika Mookerjee. (Bloomberg) -- Singapore stocks took a beating this week amid the twin uncertainties of the U.S. election and the worsening pandemic in the West, overtaking Thailand to become Asia’s worst equity market this year. The Straits Times Index fell about 1% on Friday, taking the 2020....
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The Latest: Australia to spend on vaccines for wider region
CANBERRA, Australia — Australia has announced it will spend 500 million Australian dollars ($351 million) to secure COVID-19 vaccines for the Pacific and Southeast Asia “as part of a shared recovery for our region from the pandemic.” The government said it would use a range of advance purchase....
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The Latest: Australia to spend on vaccines for wider region
“We are committing an additional AU$500 million over three years towards this effort,” it said. “The funding will further help ensure that the countries of the Pacific and East Timor are able to achieve full immunization coverage, and will make a significant contribution toward meeting the needs of southeast Asia.
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