◆201111 FreshPlaza.com https://bit.ly/2JNXNIu
China and Zimbabwe Agricultural Company undertake ...
The project is expected to see Zimbabwe generate foreign currency as the local farmers' produce would be exported to China. Also, the project should cascade into the southern African region, as China looks further afield to invest in the ...
◆201111 The Mainichi https://bit.ly/3ko5DFo
US-N. Korea nuclear talks may be back to square one under ...
Pyongyang, in the worst-case scenario, might resume nuclear tests and launches of intercontinental ballistic missiles that ... During the war, U.S.-led U.N. forces fought alongside South Korea against the North backed by China and the Soviet ...
◆201111 NATO HQ https://bit.ly/3lj2vMg
NATO Secretary General stresses importance of nuclear ...
“A world where Russia, China, North Korea and others have nuclear weapons, but NATO does not, is not a safer world.” The Secretary General called on the United States and Russia to continue to lead on arms control, welcoming the ...
◆201111 ThinkGeoEnergy https://bit.ly/38wmYK3
29.5 MW Bacon-Manito geothermal expansion recognised as ...
Bacman Geothermal Inc., a subsidiary of EDC in the Philippines, has received recognition of its 29.5 MW Bacon-Manito geothermal expansion project as project of national significance. The project is in pre-development phase.
◆201111 Manila Bulletin https://bit.ly/2IrEunC
'One-time, big-time' approach on Mindanao Railway Project ...
The Teledyne T640 PM Analyzer, which was turned over to the city government of Manila, is the first of its kind in the Philippines, according to Department of Environment and Natural Resources' Environmental Management Bureau-National ...
◆201111 Argus Media https://bit.ly/38wEL3S
Indonesia shapes royalty exemption for downstream coal
Indonesia's energy ministry (ESDM) has drafted initial regulations setting out the legal framework for implementing a ... oil firm Pertamina to supply methanol produced from coal through a planned joint-venture coal gasification project owned ...
◆201106 Nikkei Asian Review https://s.nikkei.com/2TVyZjG
Five things to know about Myanmar elections and Aung San ...
YANGON -- Myanmar will hold general elections on Nov. 8, when de facto leader State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi and her ruling National League for Democracy will be tested for the first time since their landslide electoral victory in 2015.
◆201106 Nikkei Asian Review https://s.nikkei.com/354oQYu
Thailand latest: Protesters set to stage 'biggest march' on ...
Thailand's government faces a persistent protest movement that is bringing thousands into the streets to call for the resignation of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha and his cabinet, constitutional changes drafted by representatives of the ...
◆201106 The Mainichi https://bit.ly/2GxnjAy
Cambodia's prime minister in quarantine after Hungarian meet
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) -- Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen and four Cabinet ministers were in quarantine Thursday after they met with Hungary's ... Later that day, Szijjarto traveled to Thailand, where he tested positive on arrival.
◆201106 NHK WORLD https://bit.ly/364x5Tw
Vietnam wary of China's possible weapons use
Vietnam's foreign ministry has expressed concern about legislation drafted by China that would allow Beijing's coast guard to use weapons in waters it considers to be under its jurisdiction. A deputy spokesperson for Vietnam's foreign ministry ...
◆201106 Voice of America https://bit.ly/3k13yz1
Cambodia Must End Legal Attacks on Media, Rights Groups Say
Cambodia-based news organizations have faced a growing number of legal attacks since 2017, when the government dissolved the only opposition party, harassed local nongovernmental groups, and forced the closure of independent media ...
◆201106 ThePrint https://bit.ly/3n3sxDX
India plans big push for Myanmar ties as neighbour heads for election this week
Myanmar is a key country for India as part of the Modi government's 'Neighbourhood First' policy even as Nay Pyi Taw continues to balance its strategic and trade ties with both New Delhi and Beijing. With China's influence increasing manifold ...
◆201106 Radio Free Asia https://bit.ly/36aCatC
200 Chinese Sent Back From Laos After Trying to Cross the Border Without Papers
1, Laos launched a fast-track entry policy for travelers from China, relaxing controls on the Boten Gate, a northern border crossing ... China is Laos' largest foreign investor and aid provider, and its second-largest trade partner after Thailand.
◆201108 TechCrunch Japan https://tcrn.ch/2U4v1oV
Amazon（アマゾン）はインド南部のテランガーナ州に約28億ドル（約2890億円）を投資して、新しいAWSクラウドリージョンをかいせする。この話はインド時間11月6日に、とあるインドのトップ政治家によって明らかにされた。 この投資 ...
◆201108 TIME https://bit.ly/35azgG2
How a Joe Biden Presidency Could Change U.S.-India Relations
“Biden and Harris recognize that Kashmir is an issue that has no military solution and that it must be resolved through dialogue between the Kashmiri leadership, India and Pakistan,” says Ghulam N. Mir, President of the World Kashmir ...
◆201108 Anadolu Agency https://bit.ly/3pfF4pN
Pakistan marks 144th birth anniversary of poet Iqbal
Jinnah returned to India in 1936 and became the president of the All India Muslim League, the founding political party of Pakistan. Iqbal died on April 21, 1938, in Lahore. Influenced by Sufi scholar Rumi. Iqbal produced literary works in Persian ...
◆201108 Deutsche Welle https://bit.ly/3mWtwFI
Pakistan: Thousands urge cutting ties with France over defense of prophet cartoons
Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that Europeans have shown a lack of understanding for the fact that Islamic tradition explicitly forbids such images. Demonstrators also took to the streets last week in Pakistan, Lebanon, Turkey and India to ...
◆201108 The Express Tribune https://bit.ly/32k3X9K
'Friend of Pakistan' Biden could mend soured bilateral relations
India has enjoyed diplomatic leverage under the Trump administration. Its hostile narrative towards Pakistan since the last Indian elections, and the unilateral annulment of Article 370, revoking Kashmir's special autonomy, relatively went ...
◆201108 South China Morning Post https://bit.ly/2GDdQYs
India-China military stand-off: a new front looms in Gilgit-Baltistan
With the prospect of a brutal winter war between China and India hanging over the Himalayas, attention turns to an isolated ... Kashmir; Gilgit-Baltistan, which faces being sucked into a two-front war, has long been fiercely loyal to Pakistan.