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MANILA (AFP): Philippine boxer-turned-politician Manny Pacquiao declared Sunday he will run for president in 2022, ending months of speculation about whether the legendary fighter would seek the country's top job.
HONG KONG: Asian shares held onto their recent gains on Wednesday after last week's pummelling, as global equities rebounded thanks to a combination of positive COVID-19 vaccine news and easing worries over tapering of Federal Reserve stimulus.
GENERAL SANTOS, Philippines (AFP): A two-year break from boxing has left Philippine legend Manny Pacquiao "hungry" to get back in the ring for what could be the last fight of his storied career -- and a warm-up for a presidential rumble.
MANILA (Bloomberg): Boxer-turned-politician Manny Pacquiao is emerging as an obstacle to Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s succession plans when his single six-year term ends next year.
It was a smaller-than-usual affair with fewer celebrities and cameras – and strict Covid-19 protocols in place – but there was no less glamour to grace the red carpet this year.
Vietnam shifts leaders but keeps key economic policies in place; little known Pham Minh Chinh set to be PM
Vietnam’s Communist Party on Monday nominated a little-known official to be the country’s next prime minister, tasked with reviving the economy in the wake of the pandemic while navigating growing US-China tensions.
KUALA LUMPUR, July 12 (The Straits Times/ANN): Nearly five months of uncertainty over whether Malaysia's Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin commands a legitimate majority is set to end on Monday (July 13) when his government attempts to replace the Speaker of Parliament.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Bushfires across Australia's east coast are set to pile on more pain for the country's dairy industry, already hurt by a prolonged drought, as processors in one of the world's largest exporters face tightening milk supplies.
HONG KONG: A major airline conference co-hosted by embattled Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. became the latest high-profile event to be pulled in Hong Kong because of the months-long protests, which have battered the city and threatened its status as a regional hub.