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BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): The Ministry of Commerce held a meeting of government agencies, tapioca farmers and exporters to discuss solutions for the plummeting price.
(Reuters) - Farmers leaders sought to step up pressure on Prime Minister Narendra Modi to repeal three agricultural reform laws on Monday by starting a 24-hour relay hunger strike.
KOH CHIVANG, Cambodia (AFP): As night falls over his floating village, fisherman Leng Vann puffs on a cigarette and heaves a sigh for Tonle Sap, the great inland lake that has sustained Cambodia for centuries.
JOHOR BARU: The Johor government has allocated over RM60mil to strengthen the state’s agrofood industry over the next two years.
PHNOM PENH, Dec 20 (Xinhua): China-Cambodia ties have been deeper-rooted in 2020 after the two countries have worked together closely to combat the Covid-19 pandemic and have signed the bilateral free trade agreement, say Cambodian officials and academics.
Manila, Dec 19 (AFP): At least two people were killed and hundreds forced to flee their inundated homes in the Philippines as torrential rain triggered flooding and landslides in the storm-battered archipelago, officials said Saturday.
MEDAN, Indonesia, Dec 19 (AFP): Nine trafficked orangutans were flown back home to western Indonesia on Friday night (Dec 18) after the primates were rescued from the illicit wildlife trade in Malaysia.
JAMBI (Reuters) - A pair of critically endangered orangutans, rescued from smugglers on the Thai-Malaysian border in 2017, have arrived in Indonesia to undergo rehabilitation so they can finally be released back into their native forest habitat.
EDUCATIONIST group Dong Zong recently published its first e-book in an attempt to spark a reform among independent Chinese schools, reports Sin Chew Daily.
KHARTOUM/DUBAI (Reuters) - Clashes along Sudan's eastern border and the influx of tens of thousands of refugees from neighbouring Ethiopia have added to the challenges faced by a country already navigating a fraught political transition and protracted economic crisis.