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BRATISLAVA (Reuters) - Slovakia's new president, a former activist lawyer, used a meeting with China's top diplomat on Wednesday to criticise Beijing's human rights record, in a rare departure for an east European politician in a region hungry for Chinese investment.
Sihanoukville: When Sam Sok took a US$6-a-day job as a construction labourer in Sihanoukville, she knew it could be dangerous, but the deaths of 28 workers in a building collapse – with her nephew among the missing – has laid bare the risks many like her face to earn a living.She left her eight-year-old son with neighbours more than 100km away, one of thousands pushed by poverty seeking to cash in on the once sleepy seaside town’s Chinese-funded construction boom.
PHNOM PENH: A court in Cambodia said that seven people, including four Chinese nationals, have been charged with crimes related to a building collapse that killed 28 construction workers who were sleeping in the unfinished structure that doubled as their housing.
PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - A Cambodian court charged seven people on Tuesday, including five Chinese nationals, with involuntary manslaughter and conspiracy after 28 people died in a collapsed building on the weekend.
Sihanoukville (Cambodia): Two men were pulled alive from the rubble of a collapsed Cambodian building, according to an AFP reporter at the scene, more than two days after the construction site accident that left at least 28 dead.
PETALING JAYA: Maintaining good quality investments is vital for Malaysia and China to strengthen its economic relations, especially in light of the current trade war between the world’s two biggest economies.
Phnom Penh (AFP): At least three people died when an under-construction building collapsed at a Cambodian beach resort early Saturday, officials said, with fears dozens more may be buried in the rubble.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil wants Chinese investment in infrastructure projects as long as investors create local jobs and play by Brazilian rules, Vice President Hamilton Mourao told Reuters in an interview.