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April 18, 2024 Asean
MANADO: Indonesian rescuers raced to evacuate thousands of people today after a volcano erupted five times, forcing authorities to close a nearby airport and issue a warning about falling debris that could cause a tsunami.
April 17, 2024 Asean
BEIJING: China will hold air defence and live-fire drills near its border with Myanmar from Wednesday, state media said, in this month’s second round of such exercises as fighting between Myanmar’s ruling junta and rebel forces intensifies.
April 17, 2024 Asean
JAKARTA: At least 800 people in Indonesia’s North Sulawesi province have been evacuated after multiple eruptions of the area’s Ruang volcano, which for days has spewed lava and ash clouds into the sky, the country’s volcanology agency said on Wednesday.
April 16, 2024 Asean
SINGAPORE: Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will remain in the new Cabinet as a senior minister, local media reported, quoting Deputy Prime Minister Lawrence Wong on Tuesday.
April 16, 2024 Asean
JAKARTA: Indonesian authorities said they have ended a search and rescue operation after a landslide in central Indonesia that left 20 people dead.
April 16, 2024 Asean
MANILA: The Philippines has seized 1.8 tonnes of crystal methamphetamine, President Ferdinand Marcos said Tuesday, describing the bust as a record and the “right approach” to the drug war.
April 15, 2024 Asean
JAKARTA: The Health Ministry has issued an early warning asking local and foreign tourists to remain alert against dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF), which is on the rise in Bali, reported ANTARA news agency.
April 15, 2024 Asean
SINGAPORE: Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, 72, announced on Monday he will hand over power to his successor, Lawrence Wong, on May 15.
April 15, 2024 Asean
JAKARTA: Landslides on Indonesia’s Sulawesi island on the weekend killed at least 18 people with rescue efforts, including police sniffer dogs, still ongoing for two missing people, local authorities said on Monday.
April 15, 2024 Asean
MANILA: Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos Jr said on Monday the trilateral agreement signed between his country and the US and Japan was not directed at anyone, but merely a strengthening of relations between the three.
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