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Adelaide man dies while surfing in Bali
Herald Sun - 7 Hours ago
Surfer who died in Bali may have been sick 0:24 Play video The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade says it is assisting a man's family who died in Bali. Sky News 25 Oct 2014 News Minda executive
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Push for better flight tracking
TheStar.com.my - 7 Hours ago
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia will push for an improvement on real-time tracking of airline flights and a better sharing of aviation risks at an International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) meeting next
Malaysia to push for better flight tracking Asiaone
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Philippines: Lawmakers studying the filing of bill against hate crimes
Aotearoa IMC - 5 Hours ago
Akbayan Rep. Barry Gutierrez and Dinagat Islands Rep. Kaka Bag-ao drew upon the recent brutal murder of Ms. Jennifer Laude by a US serviceman believed to be a manifested hate crime as grounds for a renewed
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Chief Sec: Marked progress in Malaysia’s public delivery system
TheStar.com.my - 4 Hours ago
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia’s public delivery system has improved significantly in recent years as the country continues to be a world-class public service provider, Chief Secretary to the Government Tan Sri
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The big issue: T is for Thailand...and teflon
Bangkok Post - 4 Hours ago
An international poll taken at the lowest point of national self-esteem has revealed that the military's obsession with driving Happiness and National Pride into the population may be the political equivalent
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P1.5-M shabu seized in Manila
Tempo - 4 Hours ago
The Manila Police District (MPD) Station 11 seized shabu valued at P1.5 million from a suspected drug pusher during a buy-bust operation in Binondo, Manila Friday. Senior Police Officer 3 Marcelino Morales
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Streets named after kings in Hanoi
VietNamNet Bridge - 4 Hours ago
VietNamNet Bridge - Since 1945, after the colonial regime was overthrown, the revolutionary government changed the names of all streets in Hanoi. The French names were replaced with the names of prominent
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Ten Indonesian Climbers Survive Himalayan Storm
Tempo.co - 4 Hours ago
TEMPO.CO , Jakarta  - Ten Indonesian mountain climbers have survived the rough storm in Himalaya on Tuesday, October 14. Nizar Suhendra, a senior climber, is one of the survivors. “I did not expect
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Oblates of St. Joseph to mark centennial in the Philippines
Philippine Daily Inquirer - 4 Hours ago
The Oblates of Saint Joseph (OSJ), a religious congregation founded by St. Joseph Marello in Asti, North Italy, celebrates 100 years of missionary presence in the Philippines in August 2015. Inspired
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‘Arabic Month’ to be held in many Indonesian cities
Arab News - 5 Hours ago
King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz International Center for Arabic Language Service announced they are organizing more than 10 training courses on ‘One-Month Arabic Language Program’ in a number of Indonesian
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NRI founded innovation league in Singapore launches mobile app [Emirates News Agency
TMC Net - 6 Hours ago
[October 25, 2014] (Emirates News Agency (WAM) (United Arab Emirates) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) An NRI founded Singapore Innovation League (SIL), which funds technology start-ups, today launched a mobile
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Tertiary students looking abroad for work stints
TheStar.com.my - 5 Hours ago
TERTIARY students are soaking up overseas experiences in record numbers. Universities and polytechnics say more students are going abroad for weeks or months for a range of activities, from work stints
Tertiary students in Singapore looking abroad for work stints Straits Times
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Pacesetters Chonburi focus on Bangkok United as TPL title race nears finish line
Bangkok Post - 7 Hours ago
Leaders Chonburi are cautious about their chances of winning the Thai Premier League title.  Jules Braga, right, will lead Chainat's attack against Buriram today. The Sharks, who are one point
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Crucial time for Anwar
TheStar.com.my - 7 Hours ago
Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is approaching another critical moment in his career as the apex court readies to hear his sodomy case appeal. But there is a different mood in his party this time around.
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Anwar: I'll probably get sedition to top off sodomy
Malaysiakini - 4 Hours ago
By Malaysiakini Team INTERVIEW Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim said while he may be facing jail for sodomy charges for the second time, there is also a possibility having a sedition charge dangled upon
Anwar: I'll probably get sedition to top of sodomy Malaysiakini
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10/26/2014: HT WORLD: Vietnam arrests tycoon for lending fraud
Hindustan Times - 6 Hours ago
HANOI: Police in Vietnam have arrested a prominent businessman on suspicion of lending fraud. The Ministry of Public Security said Ha Van Tham, former chairman of the board of the private Ocean Bank,
10/26/2014: World: Vietnam arrests tycoon for lending fraud Hindustan Times
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10/26/2014: HT WORLD: Malaysian envoy in NZ custody on sex charge
Hindustan Times - 6 Hours ago
WELLINGTON: A Malaysian military attache extradited to New Zealand to face an attempted rape charge was remanded in custody following a brief court appearance on Saturday. Muhammad Rizalman Ismail, who
10/26/2014: World: Malaysian envoy in NZ custody on sex charge Hindustan Times
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10/26/2014: HT NATION: Manipur to import 10,000MT of rice from Myanmar
Hindustan Times - 6 Hours ago
IMPHAL: The Food Corporation of India plans to import 10,000 MT of rice from Myanmar every month for five months during the ‘mega block’ of the Indian Railways, caused by construction of broad gauge railway
10/26/2014: Nation: Manipur to import 10,000MT of rice from Myanmar Hindustan Times
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Malaysia to export halal food to Japan
New Straits Times - 7 Hours ago
BERA: Japan will be the latest country to import Malaysian halal food products, which are known for their freshness and hygiene. Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Minister Datuk Seri Ismail
Malaysia to export halal food to Japan New Straits Times
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Singapore pastor Joseph Prince goes worldwide
Straits Times - 7 Hours ago
Singapore is home to the world's 10th richest pastor? Last week, the New Creation Church rubbished claims by United States-based entertainment website Richest Lifestyle that its founding member and senior
Singapore pastor goes worldwide Straits Times
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Labor might keep boat turnback policy if Indonesia's on board
Northern Territory Government - 5 Hours ago
Labor has signalled it might continue the federal government's policy of turning back the boats, but only if it is safe to do so and has Indonesia's backing. Opposition immigration spokesman Richard
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Students demand justice 10 years after Thai protest killings
Brunei Times - 4 Hours ago
DOZENS of students rallied at a mosque in southern Thailand yesterday to demand justice for the deaths of 85 protesters a decade ago, a tragedy rights groups say is fuelling a violent insurgency. The
Thai students demand justice 10 years after Tak Bai killings Big News Network
Thai students demand justice 10 years after Tak Bai killings (AFP) Yahoo! News Australia
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When Malaysians flee to get justice
Yahoo! Singapore - 6 Hours ago
The Malaysian Insider – 50 minutes ago Related Content The body of a 57-year-old woman was found at the foot of an HDB apartment block in Simei on Friday morning. … A 30-year-old man was found in
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Singapore consumer shocked by strange object found in packet of juice
Asiaone - 4 Hours ago
, AsiaOne Soshiok News Jump to navigation Singapore consumer shocked by strange object found in packet of juice Stomp Sunday, Oct 26, 2
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Singapore-UK ties, new links and opportunities: Tony Tan
Today Online - 4 Hours ago
LONDON — Old ties, new links and more opportunities – that is how Singapore’s President Tony Tan Keng Yam summed up the relationship between Singapore and the United Kingdom. He was speaking to the media
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