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NEW DELHI (Bloomberg): Indian sugar millers, saddled with record stockpiles, are eager to cash in on the prospect of resuming exports to Indonesia after being absent from the world’s top import market for years.
GENEVA (Reuters) - Children and adolescents are being bombarded with ads on social media promoting harmful products from fast food to tobacco and alcohol, according to a United Nations-backed report on Wednesday that called for regulation.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and his son on Tuesday hurled criticism at state authorities investigating the death of an alleged hit man who was suspected of involvement in the murder of a well-known Rio de Janeiro councilwoman.
MANILA (ANN): Authorities have warned the public about the “Skullbreaker Challenge” circulating online after it has led to teenagers getting injured, with one even losing her life due to the viral craze.
(Reuters) - A growing number of countries around the world are evacuating or planning to evacuate diplomatic staff and citizens from parts of China and a cruise ship in Japan hit by the new coronavirus.
HCM CITY, Feb 17 (Vietnam News/ANN) — Vietnamese companies, many of whom are facing a shortage of feedstock and raw materials as a result of the new coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in China, have started looking at alternative sources.
JERUSALEM/THE HAGUE (Reuters) - Israel's prime minister on Sunday hailed what he called efforts by friendly states to stop the International Criminal Court opening an investigation into alleged war crimes against Palestinians.
KUALA LUMPUR: A small factory in Malaysia's capital is preparing thousands of ready-to-eat halal meals, from fried rice to chicken biryani, to be shipped off to Japan for 2020's biggest sporting event. Food firms from Muslim-majority Malaysia, are expected to be big winners from a rush of Muslim travellers to Japan for the Olympics.
KUALA LUMPUR/SINGAPORE: Emerging-market local-currency bonds especially in Asean countries should continue to prove more resilient than their equity counterparts amid the coronavirus outbreak thanks to proactive monetary policy and uncertainty over corporate earnings, according to market participants.
LIMA (Reuters) - LGBTQ couples in Peru took part in a symbolic wedding ceremony on Friday in an annual event aimed at calling for marriage equality in the conservative South American nation.