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SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea summoned Japan's deputy ambassador on Tuesday to protest over a map on the Tokyo Olympics website that showed a set of South Korea-controlled islands as Japanese territory.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian broadcaster and publisher Nine Entertainment Co Holdings Ltd said it signed multi-year content-supply deals with Google and Facebook Inc, harnessing tough new licencing laws to bolster profit.
The Malaysian Institute of Corporate Governance (MGIC) says Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd’s response to the dispute between the external auditor has raised serious governance concerns.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - A Russian charter plane took home dozens of Russian embassy staff on Monday, abruptly ending what Czech officials say was a decades-old practice by Moscow of using a disproportionately huge mission in Prague as a base for its spy activities.
DOHA: Qatar Airways chief executive officer Akbar Al Baker lashed out at Airbus SE for the second time this month, warning his airline might stop taking deliveries from the French planemaker this year over an unspecified “serious” issue.
AN Iranian-flagged tanker seized by Indonesia in January over the suspected illegal transfer of oil has been released, an Indonesian official and Iranian state media said.
MADRID/RABAT (Reuters) - Morocco and Spain traded new accusations on Monday in a diplomatic row triggered by the Western Sahara territorial issue that led this month to a migration crisis in Spain's enclave in northern Morocco.
GAROWE, Somalia (Reuters) - Somalia's breakaway Somaliland region held its first parliamentary election for 16 years on Monday, in what politicians there describe as evidence of its comparative stability.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey and Greece will start taking concrete steps and working on joint projects to improve economic and commercial ties, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said after talks Athens, as the NATO members seek to repair ties.
Australia and New Zealand on Monday expressed grave concerns over developments in Hong Kong and the human rights situation in the Xinjiang province of China, as the two nations sought get in lockstep over their biggest trading partner.