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Ties are at a turning point, China tells Philippine delegation

BEIJING (Reuters) - Relations between China and the Philippines are at a turning point, a top Chinese diplomat has told a visiting Philippine delegation, adding that China hopes the Philippines can handle disputes "appropriately" and get relations back on track.

Ties are at a turning point, China tells Philippine delegation

BEIJING (Reuters) - Relations between China and the Philippines are at a turning point, a top Chinese diplomat has told a visiting Philippine delegation, adding that China hopes the Philippines can handle disputes "appropriately" and get relations back on track.

Ties are at a turning point, China tells Philippine delegation

BEIJING (Reuters) - Relations between China and the Philippines are at a turning point, a top Chinese diplomat has told a visiting Philippine delegation, adding that China hopes the Philippines can handle disputes "appropriately" and get relations back on track.

Ties are at a turning point, China tells Philippine delegation

BEIJING (Reuters) - Relations between China and the Philippines are at a turning point, a top Chinese diplomat has told a visiting Philippine delegation, adding that China hopes the Philippines can handle disputes "appropriately" and get relations back on track.

Waze: Central Malacca is the best place to drive in Malaysia

The historical city scored 5.92 in the Waze 2016 Global Driver Satisfaction Index which puts it ahead of global cities such as Lisbon, Lille, Sydney and Barcelona.

Ahead of more suspensions, Philippine miners question review process

MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine miners facing more mine suspensions under an environmental review backed by President Rodrigo Duterte have stepped up their criticism of the process, questioning the inclusion of anti-mining activists in the review teams.

Sarawak to host international bird race

KUCHING: Participants from Hong Kong, Brunei, India, United Kingdom, Nepal, the Philippines, Singapore, Japan and Malaysia have indicated their interest to participate in the coming Sarawak International Bird Race 2016.

Doing more for community in the Philippines

MIRI: Nineteen student volunteers from Curtin University, Sarawak representing the Humanitarian Affairs Curtin Sarawak (HACS) Student Chapter, were in the Philippines to carry out their “Painting Philippines Abroad” programme.

Rally to halt Jakarta execution

MANILA: Supporters of death row prisoner Mary Jane Veloso gathered in Manila to express their anguish over her impending execution in Indonesia, following reports that the Philippines’ tough-talking President Rodrigo Duterte had given the ‘go-ahead’ to Indonesia to carry out the penalty.

No shame in defeat for local lads

MALAYSIA Ice Hockey Federation (MIHF) national team head coach Kristof Kovago is not sweating despite his charges suffering their first defeat in competition, choosing instead to focus on the road leading to next year’s

Life Inspired has a chic new look

2020 is all about change, and Life Inspired did just that with a fresh makeover!

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