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7 budget-friendly places to retire abroad and live comfortably on as little as $1,000/month

A new U.S. News & World Report study shows you don't have to sacrifice quality of life to retire on a tight budget.

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Millions awarded to White Island volcano victims

The 2019 New Zealand volcano eruption killed 22 people and gravely injured 25 others.

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China repatriates hundreds of scam factory workers

Beijing is pushing Myanmar to crack down on scam centres and free victims of human trafficking.

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Japan baseball star reveals marriage to 'ordinary' woman

Shohei Ohtani of the LA Dodgers sparks a social media frenzy with the surprise marriage news.

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India’s police threaten to cancel protesting farmers’ passports as critics decry ‘fascist’ state

The ongoing protest march was sparked by the death of a 21-year-old farmer, allegedly during a clash with the police in Punjab.

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Japan plans more bomb shelters for outlying islands amid ‘growing concern’ over Taiwan tensions

Design guidelines for bomb shelters are expected to be completed next month, while proposals for evacuation of residents on remote islands are also being drawn up.

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Yum China CEO says consumers are growing more 'rational' as rising costs cut dining budgets

Yum China CEO Joey Wat said the Chinese consumer has been growing more rational for years.

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South Korea’s Yoon calls for unification with North, on holiday marking 1919 uprising against Japan’s colonial rule

South Korea’s president lambasted North Korea on Friday over what he called its repressive rule and vowed to achieve a free, unified Korean peninsula.

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At least 46 dead in Bangladesh building fire

The fire in the capital Dhaka ripped through a seven-floor block - dozens were rescued.

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Philippines vows ‘no mercy’ against suspects in murder of Chinese nationals

Justice chief Jesus Crispin Remulla has urged prosecutors to file an ‘airtight’ case against the three suspects, who face multiple charges including kidnapping and homicide.

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Nepal’s devastating 2021 floods show need for early warning systems in the Himalayas: ‘I lost everything’

Nepal’s twin flood disasters in 2021 are examples of the havoc that climate change will increasingly wreak and highlight the need for early warning systems.

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Singapore ‘elevates’ air force into ‘premier league’ by adding more F-35 stealth fighters, as regional threats grow

Singapore’s will buy eight more F-35 stealth fighters, eventually replacing its older F-16s, as the city state’s air force noted the growing capability of China’s People’s Liberation Army Air Force.

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India 'easily' the fastest growing economy, IMF executive director says, as GDP growth blows past estimates

India's economy grew much faster than expected in the October to December quarter, data showed late on Thursday.

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Southeast Asia’s digital future should be more than replicas of the past

The foundational role of data in AI systems not only raises questions about consent, but is reminiscent of the colonial information gathering. Framing AI discussions through a predominantly business-focused lens diminishes the wider context in which AI operates and may not provide meaningful guarantees of social equity.

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Rihanna among celebrities in India for Ambani gala

Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates are among guests at a pre-wedding party for billionaire Mukesh Ambani's son.

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Japan mayor Hideo Kojima quits over 99 sexual harassment allegations, insists he ‘didn’t do it’

Kojima is accused of several incidents of harassment, including touching a colleague’s breasts and patting women workers on their heads.

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A decade after MH370, will the world finally heed Malaysia’s call for real-time tracking of planes?

Malaysian air crash investigators proposed early on for commercial aircraft to be outfitted with real-time tracking systems to help planes in distress.

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Hong Kong property curbs scrapped, Taylor Swift deal questioned, China’s durian king: SCMP’s 7 highlights of the week

From property curbs in Hong Kong being scrapped to the intensifying durian market in China, here are a few highlights from SCMP’s recent reporting.

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Malaysian police smash ‘flight boarding passes’ drug ring during raid on luxury flat

Police said the drugs would be mixed with fruit flavouring powder before they were stuffed in packaging that looked like plane boarding passes.

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Here's what tech giants are betting on next — from robot dogs to smartphones you can wear on your wrist

Quite a lot was on display at the Mobile World Congress in Spain: Samsung showed off the Galaxy Ring and other players revealed concept smartphones designs.

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Vietnam secret document warns of 'hostile forces'

The Communist Party document reveals leaders' fear of losing control, says the BBC's Jonathan Head.

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Australia closing in on gender pay parity but more work needed to empower women in Asia

Asia continues to have some of the widest gender pay gaps, with women facing deep-rooted obstacles to financial security or access to jobs.

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Japan's factory activity contracts most in over three years

The au Jibun Bank's flash Japan manufacturing purchasing managers' index fell to to 47.2 in February, compared with January's 48.0 reading.

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Indonesian man jailed for swimming back to Singapore despite being deported

Yusoff Ishak, a recalcitrant offender, entered the city state illegally to find employment.

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As Australia, China work on green tech mining, zero-sum games and geopolitical finger pointing have no place

The ship might have sailed on Australia’s nickel industry, but there’s still time for lithium, rare earth and many other green technology minerals.

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Air New Zealand apologises for charging couple US$8,000 to change flight after cancer diagnosis

American tourists Todd and Patricia Kerekes cut their holiday short after the woman was diagnosed with terminal gallbladder cancer.

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Will Australia’s military spending surge boost its maritime security ties with Asean?

Analysts expect Canberra’s growing security and defence ties with neighbouring nations to be the focus of the summit with Southeast Asian leaders.

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10 best places in the U.S. to buy a winter vacation home based on rental performance, cap rate and more

Vacation rental management platform Vacasa released its list of the best places to buy a winter vacation home based on the highest cap rate and more.

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Mukesh Ambani’s son invites likes of Rihanna, Bill Gates, Shah Rukh Khan, to star-studded pre-wedding party in India

The pre-wedding jamboree for the youngest son of India’s richest man, Mukesh Ambani, will last for 3 days and entertain 1,200 guests.

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Fire kills at least 45 in Bangladesh capital of Dhaka after restaurant blaze spreads through entire building

Dozens more were injured and are in hospital after a blaze started in a popular biryani restaurant in Dhaka and spread to the building’s upper floors.

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Interest rates could stay higher for longer. Australia, New Zealand show why

Just months after investors were convinced interest rates would come down sharply this year, expectations have been significantly reduced. The experience of Australia and New Zealand shows that when inflation remains sticky and employment holds up, there is little room for central bankers to consider rate cuts.

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A huge wealth transfer means millennials are poised to become 'the richest generation in history'

A wealth transfer over the next decade or so will likely make millennials "the richest generation in history," according to a new report.

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Baseball superstar Shohei Ohtani says he’s married, and his bride is Japanese

The announcement comes as a surprise from the Dodgers player, who normally keeps his personal life private and avoids scandals and tabloid headlines.

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Delta to offer travelers a unique solar eclipse experience—here's what to know about the airline's 'path of totality' flights

Delta announced that it would be adding a second flight for the April 8 total solar eclipse for travelers to see it from 30,000 feet.

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Mauritius launches India-funded air strip on Agalega, denies it will be used as military base

An investigation by news broadcaster Al Jazeera in 2021 said India was building a secret naval base on Agalega, much to the chagrin of its approximately 300 inhabitants.

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Malaysia’s PAS chief rebuked by Selangor sultan for ‘rude’ article questioning apex court’s ruling

PAS chief Abdul Hadi Awang says Malaysian monarchs need to ‘have a vision towards the afterlife’ and not just focus on worldly matters.

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Bad blood unlikely, but Singapore’s Taylor Swift deal set to accelerate neighbours’ tourism plans

From Indonesia to Thailand, politicians have pledged a range of measures to lure ‘world-class acts’ to boost their own tourism as Singapore reaps the benefits of ‘Swiftonomics’.

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IQiyi, the Netflix of China, posts first year of profits and says it's 'excited' about Sora-like AI

Chinese video content and streaming company iQiyi CFO Wang Jun said he is "excited" about potential new business opportunities with the emergence of OpenAI's text-to-video tool Sora.

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Nepal loan shark victims make 23-day march for justice: ‘they cheat, exploit people like us’

Many people in rural regions lack access to financial institutions and bank loans, leaving them at the mercy of ‘predatory’ money lenders.

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Philippine envoy says South China Sea is the ‘real flashpoint’ in Asia, not Taiwan

The ‘aggression’ the Philippines faces from China in the disputed sea is unprecedented, says the country’s ambassador to the US, Jose Manuel Romualdez.

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Israeli military response gone ‘too far’; Singapore to donate more aid to Gaza, foreign minister Vivian Balakrishnan says

While Singapore recognises Israel’s right to self-defence, its military response in Gaza has gone “too far” and resulted in a catastrophic humanitarian situation, said Minister for Foreign Affairs Vivian Balakrishnan.

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India village in the eye of a political storm

A local leader in Sandeshkhali has been arrested on sexual assault and corruption allegations.

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Malaysia ringgit poised for strong rebound to 4.5 versus US dollar by year-end, minister Amir says

Second Finance Minister Amir Hamzah Azizan’s forecast comes on the back of Malaysia’s stronger economic outlook and benign inflation.

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‘No role’ for China in policing Pacific islands, Australian minister says

The comments from Australia’s Pacific Minister Pat Conroy come after a news report said that Chinese police will begin working on the island nation of Kiribati.

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Singapore’s plan for flight levy linked to green fuel adoption unlikely to dent air travel demand

The levy comes as Singapore mandates a proportionate increase of sustainable aviation fuel used by airlines over the next few years.

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Singapore’s total fertility rate set to plunge to historic low as child-raising costs rise, more stay single

With the city state’s total fertility rate for 2023 projected to hit an all-time low of 0.97, minister Indranee Rajah said ‘we need more Singaporeans’ to maintain dynamism.

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S Korea doctors face arrest if they do not end strike

Junior doctors have gone on strike over the past week, causing disruption and delays to surgeries.

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Australian ex-MP became foreign agent - spy boss

The former politician allegedly "sold out" to a foreign spy network, offering access to a prime minister's orbit.

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Whale deaths in Japan’s Osaka Bay spark concern about cause and frequency: ‘internal Google maps are messed up’

Marine biologists are trying to determine why sperm whales have strayed into the shallow and congested waters of Osaka Bay, with three having died in consecutive years.

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BTS fans tell K-pop label Hybe to sack its American boss for backing Israel’s war in Gaza

Some supporters sent a truck to Hybe headquarters in Seoul to vent their discontent while advocating for the dismissal of Scooter Braun.

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‘Food terrorism’: why Japanese companies are seeking insurance to cover legal and PR fees

Such incidents in Japan, ranging from staff wiping fingers in pizza dough to customers licking tea cups, have gone viral in the past year.

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Calls grow to name ‘traitor’ politician who ‘sold out’ Australia to a foreign power

Spy chief Mark Burgess revealed that a team from an unnamed country had hired a former politician, who proposed bringing a prime minister’s family member into the spies’ orbit.

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China’s Wang Yi invited to Australia as Beijing, Canberra ties thaw after prolonged frost

China’s foreign minister Wang Yi has been invited to visit Australia in late March, anonymous sources say, confirming a continued interest in smoothing over fraught relations.

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In the Philippines, online supporters of President Marcos Jnr and Rodrigo Duterte turn on each other

It’s a far cry from 2022, when supporters from both sides worked together for the campaign of Marcos Jnr and his vice-presidential running mate, Duterte’s daughter Sara.

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South China Sea: Marcos says Philippines will not cede ‘one square inch’ of territory

Marcos told Australia’s parliament that protecting the South China Sea was ‘crucial to the preservation of regional and global peace’.

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Two children ran away. It took 13 years to get home again

The extraordinary story of Bablu and Rakhi who left home as children and grew up in orphanages.

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Indonesia looks to Singapore’s ‘Swiftonomics’ success to boost tourism, but can it sustain creative industry?

Indonesia has the potential and infrastructure to host major events, but experts say logistics and organisation are still issues that need to be ‘ironed out’.

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Vietnam’s Mekong Delta ‘rice bowl’ cracks in monster February heatwave

More than 80 canals have dried up in the Tran Van Thoi district of Ca Mau province, where agricultural production is entirely reliant on rainwater.

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AirAsia unit heads for U.S. listing through SPAC deal as CEO says 'Americans understand branding'

AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes told CNBC that U.S. investors have a better understanding of branding opportunities.

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Indonesia’s military honour for Prabowo ‘vulgar’, disrespects human rights victims: critics

Critics accuse President Joko Widodo of helping to cover up his defence minister’s alleged human rights violations to strengthen their political alliance.

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Philippine lawmaker wants probe on Taylor Swift’s Singapore-only concert deal: ‘not what good neighbours do’

Lawmaker Joey Salceda says Manila should not ‘just let things like this pass’ and that it should ‘register its opposition’ to Singapore.

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Is cinema India’s new political battleground? Modi-backed Article 370 film stirs Kashmiri outrage

PM Narendra Modi’s praise for the film Article 370 is seen as a move to ramp up support from Hindu voters ahead of the general election.

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Malaysia court reinstates abuse of power charges against ex-PM Muhyiddin Yassin

A Kuala Lumpur high court had thrown out the four charges and acquitted Muhyiddin in August, ruling those had not detailed his alleged offences

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Malaysia keeps eye on ‘status quo’, Beijing trade ties with quiet approach in South China Sea

A ‘noisier’ approach could hurt its trade and economic interests, and cause ‘unbridled escalation’ in the disputed sea, analysts say.

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South Korea to send military doctors to hospitals amid doctors’ protest

Starting next month, doctors who are serving in the military and at local clinics in lieu of mandatory military service will be assigned to hospitals affected by the walkout.

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Singapore businesses ‘jump on bandwagon’ as Taylor Swift mania hits crescendo ahead of Eras shows

Singapore is the only Southeast Asian stop for the Eras Tour, and businesses are cashing in on the hype with Taylor Swift-themed events.

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Starbucks Malaysia ‘stands for humanity’ even as Israel boycott weighs on revenue

Malaysia’s social media users mostly panned Starbucks Malaysia’s statement, with some saying that a neutral stance was as good as supporting Israel.

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Malaysian lawmakers, social media users slam opposition party’s walkout as PM Anwar Ibrahim thanks king

Analysts said the walkout aimed to maintain Perikatan Nasional’s relevance, as the party had to ‘create controversies’ to survive and retain support among supporters.

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Miss Universe’s Thai owner breaks silence on leaked video belittling inclusivity, says clip was ‘manipulated’

Thai transgender activist Jakapong Jakrajutatip has blamed an unnamed person for the ‘unlawful act’, saying the edited clip was used to tarnish her reputation.

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Ukraine war: new sanctions on Russian oil create ‘challenges’ for India

Indian refiners are concerned the latest sanctions will make it harder to get vessels for Russian oil and could drive up freight rates.

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Hong Kong property stocks jump after city scraps cooling measures

Financial Secretary Paul Chan announced that Hong Kong will scrap all buy-side property tightening measures for residential properties with immediate effect.

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Why South Korean women aren't having babies

South Korea has spent billions to reverse its low birth rate, but some say it isn't listening to young women’s needs.

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Why South Korea's Japan-style measures to boost its stock market may not work

South Korea's financial regulatory body outlined steps to improve corporate governance but it might not be enough to tackle the "Korea discount."

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DNA test confirms dying man was Japan's most wanted

Alleged bomber Satoshi Kirishima's deathbed confession came after 49 years on the run.

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Bank CEO shrugs off U.S. war on 'woke' capital, says ESG investing is good for business

"I do want to wake up one day and have a planet so if that makes me woke, shoot me," says Standard Chartered chief executive Bill Winters.

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Motorola shows off a concept smartphone that can wrap around your wrist

Motorola showed off a smartphone concept with a screen that was able to bend in various ways.

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The young refusing to become Myanmar's 'human shields'

The Myanmar junta's mandatory military service law has sparked fear, anxiety and defiance.

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23-year-old artist paid $500/month to live in a 'dry' cabin in Alaska—it had no running water: Take a look inside

AnnMarie Young tells CNBC Make It she misses life in the dry cabin and would do it again in a heartbeat.

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‘Life-changing’: Delivery driver wins $217,000 at Kenya Open golf tournament

The result caps a remarkable turnaround in fortunes for Dean, who was delivering groceries for U.K. supermarket chain Morrisons as recently as last week.

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Hungary votes to approve Sweden's NATO membership

The Scandinavian country will become the 32nd to join NATO.

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'My bank manager stole $1.9m from my account'

Shveta Sharma accuses the bank manager at India's ICICI Bank of pulling an elaborate con.

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Goldman Sachs and Abu Dhabi's Mubadala ink $1 billion partnership to invest in Asia Pacific

The $1 billion private credit partnership will co-invest in the Asia Pacific region, with a particular focus on India.

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Samsung debuts a 'smart ring' with health-tracking features — its first foray into the product category

Samsung's Galaxy Ring, its latest wearable, is launching with tracking features including heart rate and sleep monitoring.

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These are the 10 U.S. cities with the best quality of life—none are in Florida

U.S. News and World Report ranked the top U.S. cities based on factors such as healthcare quality, happiness of residents, affordability and more.

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Mauritius blocks Norwegian cruise ship over fears of a potential cholera outbreak

A Norwegian cruise ship has been denied permission to dock in Mauritius over fears of a potential cholera outbreak on board.

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Japan's Nikkei crosses 39,000 as robust earnings, investor-friendly measures drive risk-on sentiment

Investors have cheered Warren Buffet's bullish calls on Japan and Tokyo's push to compel Japan Inc to boost shareholder returns.

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Success, not returns: Manchester United co-owner Jim Ratcliffe on his sole focus for the soccer club

New Manchester United co-owner Jim Ratcliffe said on Friday that return on investment had nothing to do with his decision to invest in the English soccer giant.

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What are space nukes, the 'indiscriminate' satellite weapon raising tensions between Washington and Moscow?

A fresh spat between Washington and Moscow has raised alarm about the potential risk of a space-based nuclear satellite attack.

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Most UK firms stick with a four-day working week after taking part in world's biggest trial

Most companies involved in the world's largest trial of a four-day working week have since made the policy permanent, according to a new report.

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Elon Musk's X suspends some India accounts after order from Modi government

Elon Musk's social media platform X said Thursday it will block certain accounts and posts from India in response to executive orders by the government.

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Boeing touts 737 Max as 'the safest airplane,' says China's C919 is similar to what's on the market

Boeing touted its 737 Max aircraft as the "safest airplane" and said China's latest domestic jetliner Comac C919 is similar to offerings by Airbus and Boeing.

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Chinese tourists are driving Asia-Pacific's travel boom — flight bookings to hit pre-pandemic levels

Travel demand in Asia-Pacific is "a little bit shy" of returning to 2019 levels and is expected to hit pre-pandemic levels this year, said Willie Walsh, director general of the IATA.

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HSBC posts record annual profit but misses estimates on China write-down, shares tumble 7%

The London-based lender suffered a "valuation adjustment" of $3 billion on its stake in Bank of Communications.

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Skull and Bones, Singapore's first major video game title, launches to mixed reviews after decade-long wait

Ubisoft Singapore officially launched its first major video game, Skull And Bones on Friday, ending an usually long development saga that spanned over a decade.

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