India calls off launch of second lunar mission
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India calls off launch of second lunar mission

India called off the launch of its second lunar mission, less than an hour before…

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50% spike in China’s greenhouse gas emissions from 2005 to 2014: Official data
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50% spike in China’s greenhouse gas emissions from 2005 to 2014: Official data

China has said its greenhouse gas emissions have gone up by 50 per cent in…

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Philippines’ top senator dismisses Iceland’s bid for UN probe into drug war
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Philippines’ top senator dismisses Iceland’s bid for UN probe into drug war

The Philippines’ top senator Vicente Sotto has dismissed Iceland’s bid for a United Nations probe…

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Malaysian police arrest 6 over gay sex video
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Malaysian police arrest 6 over gay sex video

Malaysian police have arrested six people over a gay sex video scandal that has implicated…

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Death at Ngee Ann City: Management, businesses looking at offering support for staff
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Death at Ngee Ann City: Management, businesses looking at offering support for staff

The management and businesses at Ngee Ann City are looking at offering support for staff…

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China’s economic growth slows to 6.2% in Q2
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China’s economic growth slows to 6.2% in Q2

China’s economic growth has slowed to 6.2 per cent in the second quarter, its worst…

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EU foreign ministers hold talks on Iran nuclear deal
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EU foreign ministers hold talks on Iran nuclear deal

European Union foreign ministers are in Brussels to figure out ways to initiate a dialogue…

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Hong Kong leader condemns protesters involved in latest clashes
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Hong Kong leader condemns protesters involved in latest clashes

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam has condemned the protesters involved in violent clashes which…

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Thai PM takes stock of military government’s performance
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Thai PM takes stock of military government’s performance

Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha has taken stock of the military government’s performance over the…

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Japan plans to expand S Korea export restrictions: Reports
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Japan plans to expand S Korea export restrictions: Reports

The trade row between South Korea and Japan is set to deepen further. This is…

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