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JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): Indonesia has pinned its hopes on more policy alignment with the new Australian government, after Labour Party leader Anthony Albanese was sworn into the premiership on the promise of a progressive climate policy and of putting immediate neighbours at the heart of its foreign policy.
(Reuters) - Three hotels in Qatar will refuse to accommodate same-sex couples when people travel to the Gulf country for the World Cup this year despite FIFA's assurances they will be allowed to book rooms, a Scandinavian media survey has discovered.
BEIJING (Bloomberg): China denounced the World Health Organization chief’s criticism of its zero-tolerance Covid strategy, defending a policy that has left it increasingly isolated on the world stage and under pressure from its own citizens at home.
PETALING JAYA: With the evolving landscape around Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues, many are struggling with the social component in their industries.
US-China relations are at a “tipping point”, with the two powers on the brink of a technological and cultural cold war, former Washington ambassador to China Max Baucus warned this week.
US-China relations are at a “tipping point”, with the two powers on the brink of a technological and cultural cold war, former Washington ambassador to China Max Baucus warned on Tuesday.
MANAGUA (Reuters) - Nicaragua's parliament, controlled by allies of President Daniel Ortega, on Wednesday shut down 25 non-governmental organizations in a move slammed by the opposition as a further attack on civil society.
TOKYO (Bloomberg): Japanese beef bowl chain Yoshinoya Holdings Co. fired a senior manager after sexist remarks he made at a university lecture were widely reported and went viral on social media.
KUALA LUMPUR: Sime Darby Plantation Bhd shares fell 5.47 per cent amid news Italian confectionary giant Ferrero was withdrawing from sourcing its palm oil.