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Asia Foundation, UNESCO to work jointly to promote heritage among children
DHAKA, Jan 24, 2020 (BSS) – The Asia Foundation (TAF) in Bangladesh and the UNESCO Dhaka Office have announced a partnership to produce some books on ‘Heritage’ aiming to promote reading habit among the children and youth marking International Education Day-2021.
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News24.com | Faf admits Yasir Shah, reverse swing will be a problem
Proteas batsman Faf du Plessis has identified Pakistan leg-spinner Yasir Shah as a clear and present danger for the upcoming Test series. Du Plessis has a poor record in Asia, something that needs to be rectified in the Pakistan series. The former Proteas skipper admits that he is currently "at peace" with his role as a batsman and senior player.
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Dutch police arrest alleged Asian drug syndicate kingpin Tse Chi Lop
Dutch police have arrested the alleged leader of a large Asian drug syndicate who is listed as one of the world's most-wanted fugitives and has been compared to Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman. Tse Chi Lop, a Chinese-born Canadian national, was detained on Friday at the request of....
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Dutch cops bust accused Canadian drug boss called ‘El Chapo of the East’
Tse — a Chinese-born Canadian national — was detained on Friday at the request of Australian police, who led an investigation that found his organization dominates the $70 billion-a-year Asia-Pacific drug trade, Dutch police spokesman Thomas Aling said.
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Asia Pacific / Crime & Legal The arrest of Asia's 'most-wanted' drug boss
SYDNEY – Dutch authorities have arrested 57-year old Canadian national Tse Chi Lop at the request of the Australia Federal Police after a long probe into drug trafficking in the Asia-Pacific. Tse had been on a global most-wanted list and was of “significant interest” to law enforcement agencies in....
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Commentary / World Asia’s movie rebound is good news for everyone by Adam Minter
Has the pandemic dimmed the houselights for good at American movie theaters? Stay-at-home orders, capacity limits and simple fear of the virus have kept cinema crowds away for nearly a year. So, too, have studio decisions to delay the release of anticipated blockbusters.
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MIL-OSI Asia Pacific: New Territories East Cluster announces a Cluster Facility Management Department staff...
New Territories East Cluster announces a Cluster Facility Management Department staff member tested preliminarily positive for COVID-19 New Territories East Cluster announces a Cluster Facility Management Department staff member tested preliminarily positive for COVID-19 The following is issued on....
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Dutch police arrest alleged Asian drug syndicate kingpin
AMSTERDAM/SYDNEY Dutch police have arrested the alleged leader of a large Asian drug syndicate who is listed as one of the world's most-wanted fugitives and has been compared to Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman. Tse Chi Lop, a Chinese-born Canadian national, was detained on Friday at the....
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Asian 'El Chapo’, one of the world's most wanted, arrested in Amsterdam The Independent
© 2021 BSR Agency AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - JANUARY 22: General view of Schiphol International Airport on January 22, 2021 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The Dutch government has declared a ban on all incoming flights from the United Kingdom, South Africa and countries in South America as of Friday midnight.
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Dutch police arrest alleged Asian drug syndicate kingpin This content was published on Jan 24, 2021 Jan 24, 2021 AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Dutch police said on Saturday they had arrested the alleged leader of a sprawling Asian drug syndicate who is listed as.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Dutch police said on Saturday they had arrested the alleged leader of a sprawling Asian drug syndicate who is listed as one of the world's most-wanted fugitives and has been compared to Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.
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Australian police to request extradition of 'Asia's El Chapo'
Australian Federal Police are seeking to extradite an alleged Asian drug syndicate leader who has been arrested boarding a plane at Amsterdam's Schipol Airport.
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Dutch police arrest alleged Asian drug syndicate kingpin
Dutch police said on Saturday they had arrested the alleged leader of an Asian drug syndicate who is listed as one of the world’s most-wanted fugitives and has been compared to Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman. Tse Chi Lop, a Chinese-born Canadian national, was detained on Friday at the....
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Asia's 'El Chapo' arrested in Amsterdam
The alleged ringleader of Asia's biggest crime syndicate and one of the world's most wanted men has been arrested in the Netherlands, with Australian authorities pushing for his extradition to face trial. Police had been chasing alleged drug kingpin Tse Chi Lop, 57, for years until his arrest by....
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Asian spot LNG prices fall as peak winter heating demand...
Doha: Oil prices settled lower on Friday, weighed down by a build in US crude inventories and worries that new pandemic restrictions in China will curb fuel demand in the world’s biggest oil importer. Brent and US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures both dropped around 1.5 percent on Friday, to settle at $55.
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Dutch police arrest alleged Asian drug syndicate kingpin
The alleged leader of an Asian drug syndicate and one of the world's most-wanted fugitives has been arrested by Dutch police. Tse Chi Lop, a Chinese-born Canadian national, was arrested at the request of Australian police, who led an investigation that found his organisation dominates the $70bn-a-year Asia-Pacific drug trade.
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MIL-OSI Asia Pacific: Fuel prices see all-time high in India: media
According to a price notification from oil marketing companies, petrol and diesel prices increased by INR0.25 (around US$0.003) per liter on Saturday. With this, petrol became dearer to INR 85.70 (around US$1.17) per liter and diesel became dearer to INR 75.88 (around US$1.03) per liter in Delhi.
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Drug deals, dirty money and links to Beijing: Australian police bring down Asia’s ‘Mr Big’
Alleged drug kingpin Tse Chi Lop. Tse Chi Lop, 56, was arrested after departing on a flight to Canada on Friday in a stunning coup for the Australian Federal Police, which has tracked his suspected involvement in multiple billion-dollar drug importations into Australia since at least 2008.
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Alleged Asia drug kingpin held after Australia probe
Sydney: The alleged ringleader of Asia's biggest crime syndicate and one of the world's most wanted men has been arrested in the Netherlands, with Australian authorities pushing for his extradition to face trial. In a statement Sunday, Australian authorities said a man "of significant interest" to law enforcement agencies had been detained.
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Alleged Asian drug lord arrested in Amsterdam
Police in the Netherlands have arrested the alleged head of one of the world’s biggest drugs gangs, on a warrant issued by Australia. Tse Chi Lop - a Chinese-born Canadian national - is said to be the head of The Company, which dominates a $70bn illegal drugs market across Asia.
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Udine Asian Festival To Open Online Edition With Korea’s ‘Ashfall’
Korean disaster action film has been set as the opening movie of the Far East Film Festival in Udine. Due to coronavirus and social distancing measures still
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Asia Today: New Zealand reports 1st community case in months
WELLINGTON, New Zealand New Zealand has reported its first coronavirus case outside of a quarantine facility in more than two months, although there was no immediate evidence the virus was spreading in the community. Director-General of Health Ashley Bloomfield said Sunday the case was a 56-year-old woman who recently returned from Europe.
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Asia Today: New Zealand reports 1st community case in months
— A Chinese city has completed 2,600 temporary treatment rooms as the country’s north battles new clusters of the coronavirus. The single-occupancy rooms in the city of Nangong in Hebei province just outside Beijing are each equipped with their own heaters, toilets, showers and other amenities, the official Xinhua News Agency reported.
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Alleged Asia drug kingpin arrested after Australia probe
SYDNEY: The alleged ringleader of Asia's biggest crime syndicate and one of the world's most wanted men has been arrested in the Netherlands, with Australian authorities pushing for his extradition to face trial. Police had been chasing alleged drug kingpin Tse Chi Lop, 57, for years until his....
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Asia Today: New Zealand reports 1st community case in months
— A Chinese city has completed 2,600 temporary treatment rooms as the country’s north battles new clusters of the coronavirus. The single-occupancy rooms in the city of Nangong in Hebei province just outside Beijing are each equipped with their own heaters, toilets, showers and other amenities, the official Xinhua News Agency reported.
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Drug kingpin, dubbed Asia's El Chapo, arrested after Australia probe
Tse Chi Lop, the alleged ringleader of Asia’s biggest crime syndicate and one of the world’s most wanted men has been arrested in the Netherlands. — Reuters file pic. SYDNEY, Jan 24 — The alleged ringleader of Asia’s biggest crime syndicate and one of the world’s most wanted men has been arrested in....
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Asia Today: New Zealand reports 1st community case in months
— A Chinese city has completed 2,600 temporary treatment rooms as the country’s north battles new clusters of the coronavirus. The single-occupancy rooms in the city of Nangong in Hebei province just outside Beijing are each equipped with their own heaters, toilets, showers and other amenities, the official Xinhua News Agency reported.
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