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Philippines lifts 9-year-old ban on new mines to boost revenues
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has lifted a moratorium on new mineral agreements imposed in 2012, reopening the door to fresh...

15 April, 2021

Bangkok nightlife clusters expose Thailand's COVID-19 stumbles
When Thailand's transport minister was recently identified as having COVID-19, it had been Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha who got a...

15 April, 2021

Cambodia's Hun Sen says country on 'brink of death' from COVID-19 surge
Spiralling COVID-19 cases have put Cambodia "on the brink of death", its premier Hun Sen has warned, as the united...

15 April, 2021

Corruption level worrying but 'not yet a pandemic': Malaysian top graft buster
Corruption in Malaysia reaches a worrying level although the problem has yet to become a pandemic, its anti-graft chief said. Malaysian...

15 April, 2021

China information 12 new COVID-19 cases
China reported 12 new mainland COVID-19 conditions on Tuesday (Apr 13), up from nine a good day previously, the country's...

14 April, 2021

Thailand studies daily record of just one 1,335 latest COVID-19 cases
Thailand reported on Wednesday (Apr 14) 1,335 new COVID-19 circumstances, the largest daily rise because the start of the pandemic...

14 April, 2021

'Violent' ducks? Hong Kong clothing manufacturer cartoons rile China
Cute cartoon pets or animals have been at the heart of Hong Kong apparel brand Chickeeduck since 1990, displayed on...

14 April, 2021

Hong Kong's delayed legislative elections place for December
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said in Tuesday (Apr 13) that the semi-autonomous territory's legislative elections will need place in...

14 April, 2021

Indonesia satisfied with efficiency of Chinese COVID-19 vaccine
Indonesia said on Mon (Apr 12) that it's satisfied with the effectiveness of the Sinovac coronavirus vaccine it really is...

13 April, 2021

Myanmar activists vow week of protests during fresh year holidays
Myanmar pro-democracy activists pledged over Tuesday (Apr 13) to carry a series of protests this week to maintain pressure on...

13 April, 2021

Indonesia Muslims get started Ramadan with community distanced prayers, COVID-19 vaccines
Muslims in Indonesia began marking Ramadan with communal prayers on Tuesday (Apr 13) in a socially distanced comparison to the...

13 April, 2021

How Japan plans release a contaminated Fukushima water into the ocean
Japan plans release a into the sea more than a million tonnes of radioactive drinking water from the destroyed Fukushima...

13 April, 2021

Myanmar's post-coup civilian loss of life toll climbs past 700
A security safeguard was wounded in a bomb blast outdoor a military-owned lender in Myanmar's second-biggest metropolis on Sunday (Apr...

12 April, 2021

Indonesian president orders Java rescue efforts after quake kills 8
Indonesian President Joko Widodo on the subject of Sunday (Apr 11) ordered swift rescue and relief efforts after eight people...

12 April, 2021

Blinken warns of China's 'increasingly aggressive actions' against Taiwan
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Sunday (Apr 11) the United States is concerned about China's aggressive actions...

12 April, 2021