Wednesday 20th September, 2017

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Probe into State Firms Reveals Nagging Corruption Problem in Vietnam

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A multi-million-dollar banking flap being investigated in Vietnam this month casts light on a tough corruption problem that nips at the Southeast Asian country's explosive ...

Seattle Honors Cambodian Refugee's Affordable Housing Campaign

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For Sameth Mell, this is a good week.A Cambodian refugee, he learned in May that he had won this year's community voice award for championing ...

China Signs Agreement to Provide Training in Nuclear Technology

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"This practical arrangement represents a big step in training on the peaceful uses of nuclear technology in Asia and the Pacific," said Massoud Malek, programme ...

Riz Ahmed makes history, becomes 1st Muslim man to win acting Emmy

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New Delhi [India], September 18 (ANI): Riz Ahmed has made history by becoming the first Muslim man from South Asian decent to win an acting ...

Conference Elects Maria Zeneida Angara Collinson of the Philippines as President

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Ambassador Angara Collinson, a career diplomat, is the Philippines' Resident Representative to the Vienna-based international organizations, including the IAEA. She is also her country's ambassador to

Human Rights chief questions war on drugs, Duterte retorts

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MANILA, Philippines - Faced with intense questioning and massive outrage over the killings of three teenagers, allegedly as part of the country’s war on drugs, ...

Rohinyga 'tragedy will be horrible' if situation not handled

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NAYPYIDAW, Myanmar - With the Rohinyga crisis drawing the world’s attention and Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi’s response to the over the mass exodus ...

Penang look to SEA Games stars to fight relegation from MSL

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While Malaysia Super League (MSL) champions Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) get ready to celebrate at Larkin Stadium, there will be contrasting scenes at the other ...

As world leaders meet at UN, opinion hardens against Myanmar

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United Nations - International opinion hardened against Myanmar on Monday as the U.S., Britain and other powers renewed calls for an end to violence against ...

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Cracks appear in case against Ibrahim brothers

SYDNEY, Australia - After a dramatic build-up of publicity and fanfare over the arrest of the infamous Ibrahim brothers, Michael and Fadi, cracks started appearing ...

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La poison
Sacha Guitry's La poison is a bitter pill of a black comedy about a marital relationship that has not just soured, but become positively toxic. The great, shambling French star Michel Simon (Paul Braconnier), whose hangdog mug would be fascinating ...

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Paihia Beach Resort And Spa, Bay of Islands, New Zealand

Driving along the main coastal highway, on the edge of the main township of Paihia, in the heart of the Bay of Islands, lay ...

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