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UN's Myanmar Rights Envoy Urges Aung San Suu Kyi to ?Open Your Eyes?

An appeal by a United Nations envoy on human rights to Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi to stop ignoring the situation of persecuted Rohingya Muslim refugees in Bangladesh and those who still live in the Southeast Asian country drew swift rebukes from Myanmar officials on Wednesday.
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Canada’s new ambassador to China was already facing questions for his business ties. His marriage is raising more

VANCOUVER—Canada’s new ambassador to China recently married the head of Asia Pacific operations for BlackRock, the world’s largest asset-management firm, raising concerns among former ambassadors and a democracy watchdog that Dominic Barton will encounter conflicts between his personal interests and public role.
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Kuwait U19 cricketers visit SLC museum

The Kuwait Under 19 cricket team visited the Sri Lanka Cricket Museum during under 19 Asia Cup which was held in Sri Lanka recently. Please permit the banks to extend grace period at least for six months for ESL loans to overcome the existing unfavourable economic conditions.
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UNWTO General Assembly renews commitment to sustainable, ethical and accessible tourism

UNWTO Secretary-General Zurab Pololikashvili flanked by Minister of Tourism Development, Wildlife and Christian Religious Affairs, John Amaratunga, Senior Advisor to the Minister Felix Rodrigo and Director General, Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authori.
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How An Oil Supply Outage Could Paralyze Asia The oil supply outages in Saudi Arabia highlight Asia’s vulnerable position as a net crude importer

It’s the news of the month: Saudi Arabia’s oil industry was attacked and prices jumped as everyone worried about supply security just days after the latest reports warning about a danger of a glut. But besides the obvious, the attacks, which took off an estimated 5 million bpd from global production....
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Asian gasoil profit margins surge to strongest Sept levels in 6 years

Asian refining profit margins for gasoil have surged to their highest levels for the month of September in six years, buoyed by expectations for higher demand as the shipping industry looks ahead to switching to cleaner marine fuels next year. New regulations from the International Maritime....
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Asia LPG market eases as supply assurance limits uncertainty

Saudi Aramco has announced acceptances of October-loading term LPG nominations after a slight delay due to supply uncertainty following the attacks on key Saudi oil infrastructure, with no cuts heard and some cargoes being delayed or brought forward to earlier dates, traders said Wednesday.
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How facial recognition technology is transforming attendance marking system

A year ago, a large company in Southeast Asia, with some 30,000 contract workers, approached Chennai-based Ramco Systems, which develops Human Capital Management (HCM) solutions for various critical sectors, with a peculiar problem it was facing on its shop floor.
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At $4 billion, YouTube biggest video platform by revenue in Asia-Pacific

At just over $4 billion, Google’s YouTube is the biggest online video platform in the Asia-Pacific or APAC region. The Chinese iQiyi and Tencent come at number two and three. At just under $1.5 billion, Netflix is the sixth-largest by revenues. It is estimated to hit 13.2 million subscribers in the region by the end of this year.
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India Post expands speed post service to six new foreign countries

on Wednesday expanded speed post service to six new foreign destinations in Asia, Europe and South America. "The Department of Posts has announced commencing of International Speed Post (EMS) Service to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Ecuador, Kazakhstan, Lithuania and North Macedonia," the postal department said in a statement.
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Asia Argento is ‘stronger than before’ in bikini snap as she flexes toned figure in return to social media

The Italian actress, 43, made an emphatic return from a social media hiatus on Wednesday to send a message to her followers. Argento shared a photo of herself standing oceanside atop a rock cliff – a large, lively smile sprawled across her face. In the image, the workout warrior is seen flexing her....
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Reza Salehi-Amiri who is in Kazakhstan to attend the Third Meeting of Olympic Council of Asia delivered a lecture in the meeting late on Wednesday. Commenting on Iran's capabilities in the field of sports, he stressed the need for boosting cooperation among Iran and Central Asian states.
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Chiang Rai News 4 mins ago More than 200 Pigs Culled in Chiang Rai Over Fears of Swine Fever African Swine Fever (ASF) is now throughout Asia, with South Korea the latest country to report an outbreak, analysts believe...

More than 200 Pigs Culled in Chiang Rai Over Fears of Swine Fever African Swine Fever (ASF) is now throughout Asia, with South Korea the latest country to report an outbreak, analysts believe one quarter of the world’s pigs have been killed as a result of ASF.
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KKR taps Japan chief Hirano to lead Asian operations

TOKYO -- U.S. investment firm KKR has named the CEO of its Japanese unit, Hirofumi Hirano, as co-head of private equity operations in Asia as part of efforts to add to the company's portfolio in the region. The 58-year-old Hirano fills one of the new KKR positions that focus on investment in Asian....
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Police appeal for witnesses following armed robbery in South Yarra

It is understood the victim, a 21-year-old Point Cook man, was leaving his parked vehicle in Williams Street about 1.48am when two males and two females, believed to be aged between 14-16 years-old and perceived as Caucasian in appearance, approached him and produced knives. They made demands for his vehicle and the victim handed over his keys.
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New Bitcoin Mutual Fund Eases Crypto Investing for Eager-Yet-Wary Asian Investors

Hong Kong-based venture capital group CMCC Global launched its Liberty Bitcoin Fund to provide crypto currency access to accredited investors in Asia who are very interested but have been slow to buy the coins directly. The Liberty Bitcoin Fund is a single-asset passive tracker of Bitcoin and offers services including buying and safekeeping coins.
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Hip hope: Universal Music opens Southeast Asia HQ betting on rap

Rappers Joe Flizzow, Daboyway, Yung Raja, Fariz Jabba, ALIF and A.Nayaka pose in Singapore September 17, 2019. Universal Music Group (UMG)/Handout via REUTERS THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. MANDATORY CREDIT. NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVES. September 18, 2019. SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Korea brought the world K-Pop.
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PHL bond market’s growth eases in Q2

THE PHILIPPINES was the second-fastest growing bond market in the second quarter among emerging East Asia region, even as expansion was at a “modest” pace amid slower government issuances, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) reported on Wednesday. The September issue of ADB’s “Asia Bond Monitor” report....
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Renewable energy could cut electricity rates by 30% — report

By Victor V. Saulon Sub-Editor. HEAVY RELIANCE on imported fossil fuels, high financing costs and uncompetitive market structures have contributed to make electricity prices in the Philippines among the highest in Southeast Asia, according to a report of a global research institute.
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Philadelphians’ joy in killing spotted lanternflies another sign of just how much we hate outsiders | Opinion

The blessing in this case came from the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, which is encouraging everyday people to kill the spotted lanternfly wherever they find it. It’s true that spotted lanternflies, an invasive species from Asia, are harmful to the region’s trees and farms.
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Biggest MUN held at IUB

Students from Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka are participating in the three-day event scheduled to end on Saturday. A Model United Nation (MUN) Conference has kicked off at Independent University Bangladesh (IUB) on Wednesday with a multitude of students across South Asia participating in the event.
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Indonesia sending back hundreds containers of waste from West

Indonesia is sending 547 containers of waste back to wealthy nations after discovering they were contaminated with used plastic and hazardous materials. The move came amid a growing backlash in south-east Asia against being a dumping ground for the developed world’s rubbish.
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Toxic haze from forest fires closes schools, airports in Indonesia, Malaysia

blazes belch smog across Southeast Asia annually, but this year's are the worst since 2015 and have added to concerns about wildfire outbreaks worldwide exacerbating global warming. On Wednesday, air quality deteriorated to "very unhealthy" levels on an official index in many parts of peninsular....
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Indonesia sending back hundreds containers of waste from West

Indonesia is sending 547 containers of waste back to wealthy nations including the UK after discovering they were contaminated with used plastic and hazardous materials. The move came amid a growing backlash in south-east Asia against being a dumping ground for the developed world’s rubbish.
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Indonesia sending back 547 containers of waste from West Source: AP

JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) - Indonesia is sending 547 containers of waste back to wealthy nations after discovering they were contaminated with used plastic and hazardous materials, amid a growing backlash in Southeast Asia against being a dumping ground for the developed world's trash.
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Indonesia sending back hundreds containers of waste from West

Indonesia is sending 547 containers of waste back to wealthy nations including the UK after discovering they were contaminated with used plastic and hazardous materials. The move came amid a growing backlash in south-east Asia against being a dumping ground for the developed world’s rubbish.
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