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New York Magazine drops sex ads after group threatens protest

New York Magazine agreed Tuesday to stop accepting sex ads after the local chapter of a women's rights group threatened protests outside the popular weekly publication.

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Prostitutes to pay income tax

AMSTERDAM: Workers in the world's oldest profession are about to get a lesson in the harsh reality of Europe's new age of austerity.

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China consumption impacts all

As China Goes, So Goes the World - Compiled by THEAN LEE CHENG

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Indochina economies on the path to reform and liberalisation

IN many ways, the Indochina region comprising Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar is akin to an emerging giant.

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Poll: Best country in the world for women is Canada, worst India(update)

LONDON: Policies that promote gender equality, safeguards against violence and exploitation and access to healthcare make Canada the best place to be a woman among the world's biggest economies, a global poll of experts showed on Wednesday.

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Row flares over global fight against fake medicine

LONDON: A group of experts calling for a global treaty to stop the lethal trade in fake medicines has been barred from a attending a World Health Organisation meeting, highlighting deep divisions that are blocking progress on the subject.

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Doing good well - there's greater impact in helping through informed giving

TWO weeks ago, I was on a flight back from Singapore. One of the newspapers had a poignant picture of a young boy in tears. I could practically feel him staring at me.

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Helping through informed giving

TWO weeks ago, I was on a flight back from Singapore. One of the newspapers had a poignant picture of a young boy in tears. I could practically feel him staring at me.

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KLIA2 set to be the first hybrid airport in Malaysia

SUBANG: KLIA2 will be the first hybrid airport in Malaysia, shedding its low-cost terminal label to provide Business Class services to accommodate AirAsia’s needs.

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U.S. officials crush 6 tons of ivory in bid to end illegal trade

COMMERCE CITY, Colo: Highlighting a pledge to crack down on the multibillion-dollar illicit global trade in wildlife, U.S. authorities on Thursday pulverized 6 tons of seized ivory from thousands of elephants slaughtered by poachers for their prized tusks.