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ZHUHAI, China (Reuters): China's drive for self-sufficiency in aerospace and its growing military prowess will be on display at the country's largest air show this week, in an event set against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic and trade frictions with the West.
HANOI (Vietnam News/Asia News Network): The foreign ministry held a ceremony in Hanoi to symbolically receive 1.5 million doses of AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccines donated to Vietnam from the governments of Italy and France via Covax.
The capabilities are slated to debut Oct 1 on a new version of the US Air Force website.
News highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Thursday (Sept 2)
DOHA (Reuters) -British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said on Thursday there is a need to engage with the Taliban on Afghanistan, but Britain has no immediate plans to recognise their government.
MANILA (AFP): A Philippine aircraft carrying soldiers crashed in July after an "unrecoverable stall", killing more than 50 people in one of the country's worst military air disasters, the armed forces said Thursday (Sept 2).
TWENTY nine years ago on this date – June 27, 1992 – the page one photo story in The Star read “The World, Our Oysters”. It had my name on it and a photo credit to Bonnie Yap, The Star’s only female photographer then. We were both jubilant to earn our first front page bylines together.
PIRIAC-SUR-MER, France (Reuters) - As a former player in the Afghanistan women's national soccer team, Fanoos Basir saw no future for herself under Taliban rule.
(Reuters) -President Joe Biden warned on Saturday that another militant attack was highly likely as U.S. troops began leaving Kabul airport after a two-week scramble by Washington and its allies to evacuate citizens and at-risk Afghans.