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WASHINGTON, Oct 25 (AFP) - When the United States tried to seal a defence deal seven years ago with the Maldives, a sprawling and strategic archipelago, its plans were quietly torpedoed by a friend -- India, which considers the Indian Ocean its sphere of influence.
Philippines evacuates nearly 1,800 as tropical storm Molave approaches;,Covid-19 cases go above 370,000
MANILA, Oct 25 (Reuters): The Philippines evacuated nearly 1,800 people and suspended sea travel as tropical storm Molave was expected to bring widespread rains over two regions on the southern part of the main island of Luzon on Sunday.
Hong Kong battling potentially deadly superbug authorities say could have spread because isolation facilities are being used in fight against Covid-19
HONG KONG, Oct 25 (SCMP): Hospital Authority says there have been 136 cases of fungal infection Candida auris so far this year, compared to 20 in whole of 2019Patients have between 30 and 60 per cent chance of dying if infected by bug, which targets oral cavity, digestive tract, skin, and vagina
MANILA (Reuters) - The Philippines evacuated nearly 1,800 people and suspended sea travel as tropical storm Molave was expected to bring widespread rains over two regions on the southern part of the main island of Luzon on Sunday.
Hong Kong rejects Taiwan’s proposal for official meeting to hand over evidence, sort out travel for murder suspect
HONG KONG, Oct 25 (SCMP): Taiwan continues to insist on government-to-government engagement in the case of fugitive Chan Tong-kaiHong Kong, however, maintains there is no legal framework for doing so, and that ‘working-level cooperation’ will have to suffice
HONG KONG, Oct 24 (SCMP): Premier Li Keqiang tells a summit in Shanghai that the country wants to boost exchanges to achieve ‘mutual benefits and win-win results’. Science minister Wang Zhigang says Beijing wants to develop a global disease prevention network in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic
HONG KONG, Oct 24 (SCMP): In veiled reference to Taiwan, president says in speech to mark 70th anniversary of start of Korean war that any such threat to the motherland will be dealt with ‘head-on’Xi’s message is a warning to Taipei ‘not to latch onto the US’s power too closely’, academic says
Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival moves online for first time as coronavirus pandemic forces event overhaul
HONG KONG, Oct 23 (SCMP): Second straight year the festival is not going ahead as planned after anti-government protests cancelled last year’sSome 180,000 attended the four-day harbourfront extravaganza in 2018
As Thailand’s protests snowball, rattled royalists would rather blame a hidden foreign hand than look inward
HONG KONG, Oct 23 (SCMP): The kingdom’s desperate old guard cannot – or will not see the government’s muddled handling of the economy, and growing dissatisfaction with the monarchy
GUANGZHOU, Oct. 23 (Xinhua) -- China's positive progress in the hydrogen industry not only helps the country combat climate change and accelerate its transformation to a green economy but also facilitates its carbon neutrality goal before 2060, an official with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) said.