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U.S. security adviser Bolton meets South Korean officials to discuss North Korea, alliance

SEOUL (Reuters) - U.S. national security adviser John Bolton met with South Korean officials on Wednesday to discuss major bilateral issues amid South Korea's trade spat with Japan, stalled nuclear talks with North Korea, and a regional air space dispute on Tuesday.

First Russian-Chinese air patrol in Asia-Pacific draws shots from South Korea

MOSCOW/SEOUL (Reuters) - Russia carried out what it said was its first long-range joint air patrol in the Asia-Pacific region with China on Tuesday, a mission that triggered hundreds of warning shots, according to South Korean officials, and a strong protest from Japan.

Japan lodged protest with South Korea, Russia after jet incident - Suga

TOKYO (Reuters) - The Japanese government has lodged a protest against South Korea and Russia after South Korean warplanes fired hundreds of warning shots at a Russian military aircraft on Tuesday, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said.

Villagers angry as Portugal wildfire still rages

VILA DE REI/MACAO, Portugal (Reuters) - After more than 50 hours, firefighters were still battling a wildfire in central Portugal late on Monday, as villagers and local authorities blamed a lack of resources and government inaction for the damage caused by the flames.

Time to look east for MAS

Comment by Pankaj C Kumar The airlines industry is one tough industry to be in. Whether in the US, Europe or Asia, governments have from time to time come to the rescue of their national carriers mainly due to catastrophic incidents like the Sept 11 terror strike, unsustainable business models or even simply due to a massive debt load.

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Differing values of the new AirAsia

Boeing takes US$4.9b charge for prolonged grounding of 737 MAX planes

SEATTLE: Boeing Co said on Thursday it would take an after-tax charge of US$4.9bil in the second quarter on estimated disruptions from the prolonged grounding of its lucrative 737 MAX passenger jets after two deadly crashes.

U.S. amphibious group patrols Arabian Sea as Iran tensions simmer

ABOARD USS BOXER, Arabian Sea (Reuters) - At a thumbs-up sign from a sailor, a U.S. Harrier fighter jet takes off from the amphibious assault ship USS Boxer in the Arabian Sea as an oil tanker passes, a nautical mile away.