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HANOI (Reuters) - Floods from a burst dam in Laos have inundated thousands of hectares of paddy fields in Vietnam's rice-growing Mekong Delta region, officials said on Wednesday, although the damage is limited and not expected to affect the country's export crop.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - A new Thai party that aims to shake up politics hit back at the ruling junta on Wednesday, accusing it of tarnishing the image of the southeast Asian nation by filing police charges against some party members.
NANJING: Seasoned campaigner Nguyen Tien Minh can’t bear the thought of not playing competitive badminton.
Electronics makers are preparing to shift more production to South-East Asia as trade tensions with the US make it less appealing to manufacture gadgets in China.
TAIPEI: Electronics makers are preparing to shift more production to Southeast Asia as trade tensions with the U.S. make it less appealing to manufacture gadgets in China.
Officials believe US$700mil from Beijing, intended for megaprojects, was diverted to aid 1MDB
THAILAND women’s singles ace Ratchanok Intanon’s return to China for the World Championships after she was crowned the world champion in Guangzhou in 2013 almost turned into a nightmare.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian bowlers are staring at the prospects of returning empty-handed from the World Youth Championships.
PETALING JAYA: Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) are unhappy with the poor behaviour of Indonesian fans and want actions to be taken against them.
JOHOR BARU: Malaysian and Singaporean authorities need to work together to ease traffic congestion on the Causeway as it is resulting in economic losses for both countries.