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China China's tougher vaccine rules 'welcome', complex to implement: WHO
SHANGHAI: China's proposals to impose tougher rules over its vaccine market will help stamp out illegal behavior and strengthen oversight, but will be "complex" to implement, the World Health Organization (WHO) said in a statement on Friday.
Australia Value of Australia's natural wealth doubles over 10 years to $6 trillion: ABS data
The value of Australia's natural wealth nearly doubled in the decade to 2015, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), rising from $3 trillion in 2006 to $5.8 trillion in 2015.
Australia Australia to trial new China visa rules to boost tourism
SHANGHAI: Australia will trial new visa rules for visitors and students from China, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said on Thursday (Apr 14), as the country seeks to boost tourism and education amid an economy struggling with the demise of a once-in-a-lifetime mining boom.
Bangladesh Rapid digitization brings hope and some danger to Bangladesh
If you read the recent news about the hacking of Bangladesh’s account at the New York Federal Reserve Bank, you might get the wrong impression that Bangladesh is a digitally unsophisticated country. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Indonesia Indonesia aims to increase role at UN
Indonesia vows to increase its role and cooperation at the United Nations through multilateral principles in handling global issues, says the new Indonesian ambassador to the UN.
Philippines What if? Kidapawan and the rights to assembly and seek redress
When someone described the administration as “manhid,” the description turns out not to have been too far off. The Kidapawan massacre provides us an excellent example of this official insensitivity. Now I am unsure what history qualifies as a massacre -- the dictionary defines it as the “unnecessary, indiscriminate killing of a large number of human beings” -- but since Kidapawan claimed the lives of only two people, to describe the killings as a “double murder” instead of a “massacre” wo ...
Thailand Thai Post Offers Web Access to People with Disabilities
Thailand Post has added features on its website, to enhance accessibility to people with disabilities. Samorn Terdthampiboon, president of the company, said the features would promote equal accessibility among people with disabilities, the elderly and the general public. For example, the screen reader and voice browser are new features catering to those with impaired eyesight.
India India, US reach preliminary agreement on sharing military logistics amid China challenge
NEW DELHI: India and the United States have agreed in principle to share military logistics, the countries' defence ministers said on Tuesday, as both sides seek to counter the growing maritime assertiveness of China.
Mongolia ADB Approves $2 Million for Herders Hit By Mongolian Climate Disaster
MANILA, PHILIPPINES – Asian Development Bank (ADB) Country Director Robert Schoellhammer and the Minister of Finance of Mongolia Bolor Bayarbaatar today signed a $2 million grant agreement as part of a United Nations-led emergency response for herders and their families afflicted by a protracted climate disaster in Mongolia, known as a “dzud.”
Philippines Public urged to report child labor cases through DOLE Hotline
MANILA, Apr. 14 -- Labor and Employment Secretary Rosalinda Dimapilis-Baldoz urged the public to call the DOLE Call Center S.M.I.L.E. Hotline 527-8000 to report child labor concerns or child labor cases to help prevent and eradicate child labor in their barangays.
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