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Asia-Pacific Countries Pledged Bold And Innovative Action For Food Security And Livelihoods
FAO regional conference focused on rebound from damage of COVID-19 Drones used in the Philippines to assess damages to agricultural land caused by severe weather events. Innovation, solidarity, coherence and strong partnership among and within countries ...
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BBC Studios' Stanley Fernandes on his inspiration and future plans
MUMBAI: BBC Studios South Asia distribution VP Stanley Fernandes is currently working across affiliate sales, digital sales, and content sales, in an integrated and geographically focused approach to grow distribution business in these territories. Previously, Stanley led content sales for south and southeast Asia.
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Asia Today: Victoria police brace for anti-lockdown rallies
MELBOURNE, Australia — Police in Australia’s hardest-hit Victoria stare are urging people to stay away from Saturday rallies protesting the lockdown in Melbourne, as the country’s death toll rose to 748. Victoria reported 11 more deaths and 76 new infections.
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Asia Today: Victoria police brace for anti-lockdown rallies
MELBOURNE, Australia — Police in Australia’s hardest-hit Victoria stare are urging people to stay away from Saturday rallies protesting the lockdown in Melbourne, as the country’s death toll rose to 748. Victoria reported 11 more deaths and 76 new infections.
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Asia Pacific / Science & Health Recent data show Chinese fishing fleet still near Galapagos
Mexico City – Satellite data indicate that a large Chinese fishing fleet remained in international waters near Ecuador’s Galapagos archipelago at the beginning of this month, even as China said it would temporarily ban fishing near the UNESCO world heritage site.
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Asia Today: Victoria police brace for anti-lockdown rallies
The Melbourne restrictions, including a night curfew, were put in place in an attempt to reduce a huge spike in infections and deaths. Police are urging people to adhere to restrictions on community movement. Four men have been arrested and charged with incitement over the so-called “Freedom Day” protests planned for several Melbourne locations.
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Asia Today: Victoria police brace for anti-lockdown rallies
— South Korea has reported 168 new cases of the coronavirus, the third consecutive day the daily jump came below 200, possibly suggesting the country is starting to see the effects of social distancing restrictions. The figures brought the national caseload to 21,010, including 333 deaths.
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Asia Pacific
The US-aligned Malaita has long held ambitions of becoming its own nation. Malaysia has seen a significant decline in the number of virus cases, reporting only 10 new cases on... The strategy has been successful in Australia but some experts say it might have its limits in dense...
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Bangladesh to host FAO APRC in 2022
Bangladesh will host the 36th FAO Regional Conference for Asia and the Pacific (APRC) in 2022 the first time that the country has been given the honour since it joined the FAO in 1973. At the close of the 35th session of the regional conference, member states agreed unanimously to the proposal of....
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East Asia
A key group of trainee doctors said they had not been included in the negotiations and vowed to continue... The survivor said one of the boat's engines had stalled and a wave then overturned the ship. Military operations in 2017 forced some 750,000 Rohingya to flee from northern Rakhine to.
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Stop using pellet-firing shotguns in Kashmir: HRW
The human rights watchdog, Human Rights Watch, has asked Government of India to prohibit security forces in Jammu and Kashmir from using shotguns firing metal pellets to disperse crowds. In a statement, South Asia director at Human Rights Watch, Meenakshi Ganguly, said: “Time and again, Indian law....
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Asia India, China trade accusations of border violations in Himalayas SEP 2, 2020 ASIA. Australia Australians vote in first 'climate election' MAY 18, 2019 AUSTRALIA. Europe France registers nearly 9,000 new Covid cases in record high daily tal... 8 HOURS AGO EUROPE.
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Asia Today: Victoria police brace for anti-lockdown rallies
MELBOURNE, Australia — Police in Australia's hardest-hit Victoria stare are urging people to stay away from Saturday rallies protesting the lockdown in Melbourne, as the country's death toll rose to 748. Victoria reported 11 more deaths and 76 new infections.
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Asia Today: Victoria police brace for anti-lockdown rallies
MELBOURNE, Australia — Police in Australia’s hardest-hit Victoria stare are urging people to stay away from Saturday rallies protesting the lockdown in Melbourne, as the country’s death toll rose to 748. Victoria reported 11 more deaths and 76 new infections.
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Asia Today: Victoria police brace for anti-lockdown rallies
MELBOURNE, Australia — Police in Australia's hardest-hit Victoria stare are urging people to stay away from Saturday rallies protesting the lockdown in Melbourne, as the country's death toll rose to 748. Victoria reported 11 more deaths and 76 new infections.
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South Asia 24 seconds ago India’s bid to wriggle out of plebiscite commitment
During a virtual informal meeting of the plenary on the annual report of the Security Council, the Indian representative stunned the world community by its remarks. It `called for permanently removing the issue of Jammu and Kashmir under the outdated agenda item of the India-Pakistan question’ from the Security Council’s agenda.
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Law Firm ILN-telligence Podcast | Episode 17: Michael Roch, MHPR Advisors | Zurich, Switzerland
Michael Roch is a Zurich-based software entrepreneur and advisor to Managing Partners and CEOs, who has been consulting for over 20 years to law and professional services firms in the US, UK, Europe, Africa and Asia. He is the founder and managing partner of a global consulting boutique for the last....
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COVID-19 Exposes the Fragility of Central Asia
Political leaders promised relief to hard-hit enterprises and families but assistance has been slow. All three governments rushed to re-start their economies in May, with inconsistent messaging impeding public awareness on how to re-open safely.
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Asian bourses trail Wall Street's bloodbath but analysts upbeat
IG market strategist Pan Jingyi told The Business Times that stock prices had been overdue for an adjustment, given the lofty valuations and the overbought situation in the US market - and tech stocks in particular. US equity markets had rallied since they were pummelled by the virus pandemic in....
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Asia's best hotels: 7 newcomers join Forbes' most exclusive list
NEW YORK -- Seven hotels in Asia have snagged their first five-star ratings from Forbes Travel Guide as the region's hospitality industry looks ahead to better times after COVID-19 is under control. Thursday's sneak peek at the 2021 list included four five-star newcomers from Tokyo, one from Beijing and two from Bali.
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MIL-OSI Economics: Offshore Currency Markets: Non-Deliverable Forwards (NDFs) in Asia
Disclaimer: IMF Working Papers describe research in progress by the author(s) and are published to elicit comments and to encourage debate. The views expressed in IMF Working Papers are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the views of the IMF, its Executive Board, or IMF management.
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OFFSHORE CURRENCY MARKETS: NON-DELIVERABLE FORWARDS (NDFS) IN ASIA
Disclaimer: IMF Working Papers describe research in progress by the author(s) and are published to elicit comments and to encourage debate. The views expressed in IMF Working Papers are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the views of the IMF, its Executive Board, or IMF management.
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Kyrgyzstan vote: New-look parliament but old-style politics
The battle lines for Kyrgyzstan's October 4 parliamentary vote have been drawn and 15 parties are ready to duke it out for slots in Central Asia's liveliest parliament. But what are these elections actually about? Eurasianet spoke to several local experts to get their views on one of the few votes....
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Critical juncture: Kashmir and search for new allies
The unchanging geopolitical realities, every dynamic international security situation and (especially) current circumstances in the South Asia behooves us (Pakistan) to give Kashmir issue top priority – and thankfully we are doing that. The recent statement by Pakistan’s Foreign Minister, Shah....
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Dr Junaid Ahmad and Osama Rizvi
The unchanging geopolitical realities, every dynamic international security situation and (especially) current circumstances in the South Asia behooves us (Pakistan) to give Kashmir issue top priority – and thankfully we are doing that. The recent statement by Pakistan’s Foreign Minister, Shah....
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Gazpromneft Marine Lubricants steps up presence in the Asia Pacific
Gazpromneft Marine Lubricants carried out the first bunkering in the port of Hong Kong. The vessel was supplied with Gazpromneft Ocean CCL40 oil specially developed for engines operating on low-sulfur fuel. Hong Kong has become the fifth region in the Asia Pacific where Gazpromneft marine oils are available.
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Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted. Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the earth. Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled. Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy. Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God. Ps. 24.4, 5 Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God. Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness' sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you, and persecute you, and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, for my sake. Rejoice, and be exceeding glad: for great is your reward in heaven: for so persecuted they the prophets which were before you. Matthew, 5. 3

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