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July 16, 2024 Asean
Palawan: A new chapter in the pineapple industry is unfolding as Palawan, Sabah and China join forces to promote and expand the market for this beloved fruit.
July 14, 2024 Asean
MANILA: The Philippine National Police on Friday opted to stay silent on President Marcos’ decision to veto a Bill seeking to reform the PNP.
July 14, 2024 Asean
JAKARTA: Ridwan Kamil, the curator of the new capital city Nusantara (IKN), announced that the core area, comparable in size to Jakarta’s National Monument (Monas), is expected to be completed by August.
July 13, 2024 Asean
VIENTIANE: Laos and Singapore have agreed to enhance collaboration on education and carbon credits, with two agreements signed this week during Lao Prime Minister Sonexay Siphandone’s official trip to the country.
July 13, 2024 Asean
MANILA: The Philippines will “stand our ground” in a dispute with Beijing over the South China Sea, a top security official said Friday, eight years after an international ruling against China in the territorial contest.
July 11, 2024 Asean
JAKARTA: Indonesia's former agriculture minister was jailed for 10 years on Thursday after he was found guilty of misappropriating more than US$900,000 (RM4.2 million) of public funds.
July 09, 2024 Asean
MANILA: The Philippines rejected on Tuesday China’s accusation that its grounded warship on the contested Second Thomas Shoal in the South China had damaged the coral reef ecosystem in the area, laying the blame for damaging the marine environment on Beijing.
July 09, 2024 Asean
INDONESIA: At least 11 people are dead and 35 more are missing after heavy rains caused a landslide near an illegal gold mine on Indonesia’s central island of Sulawesi, an official said Monday.
July 08, 2024 Asean
MANILA: Philippine troops killed two suspected rebels in a clash early Monday in Masbate province, southeast of Manila, a spokesperson for the Philippine military said, reported Xinhua. .
July 08, 2024 Asean
JAKARTA: Indonesia’s first high-speed railway or bullet train, “Whoosh” launched last October last year, is still the only such mode of travel in Southeast Asia and the Southern Hemisphere.
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