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  1. SE Asia Stocks - Most higher; Vietnam leads regional gains on weekRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Reuters

    BANGKOK, July 3 Most Southeast Asian stock markets rose on Friday as inflows into large-caps and financials helped the Indonesian benchmark to a two-week high while Vietnam outperformed in the region amid active buying in banking and energy shares. The Jakarta composite index closed up 0.8 percent at 4,982.91, the highest close since June 19. It posted a weekly gain of 1.2 percent, trimming its year-to-date loss to 4.7 percent, still the worst performer in Asia.

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  2. Northern pastoralists sweat as live exports to Indonesia grind to a haltRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | ABC News

    MARK COLVIN: There's frustration among Northern Australian beef producers at a delay in their trade with Indonesia. Australian live exporters are awaiting news from the country, which is yet to release permits to import Australian cattle and boxed beef for the September quarter.

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  3. Special jobs for the holy monthRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Asia News Network

    During Ramadhan and ahead of Idul Fitri, the country's biggest festivity -religious or otherwise - , life is a little different for the city's population. During this special season, some people earn their crusts with jobs that don't exist for the rest of the year During Ramadhan and ahead of Idul Fitri, the country's biggest festivity - religious or otherwise - , life is a little different for the city's population.

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  4. JAKARTA: Indonesia denies monitoring Papua through MSGRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | Asia News Network

    The Indonesian government has denied speculations that it is trying to weaken the influence of the Melanesian Spearhead Group over Papua after MSG granted a Papuan resistance group an observer status. The Foreign Ministry said on Thursday that the government had no ulterior motives in its effort to join as the newest member of the MSG.

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  5. Medan/Semarang: Plane Crash: Families urge release of bodiesRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Asia News Network

    Families of the victims of Tuesday's plane crash in Medan, North Sumatra, have expressed disappointment over the slow release of the bodies of their loved ones, even after physical identification. One relative, Yenti Arizona, 35, of Pekanbaru, said that she had been in Medan for two days to recover the bodies of her two nephews killed in the crash.

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  6. SE Asia Stocks - Most range-bound; Thai banks rebound but asset quality in focusRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Reuters

    BANGKOK, July 3 Most Southeast Asian stock markets were range-bound on Friday as investors stayed defensive amid concerns over the Greek bailout talks and weak Chinese shares while Thai banks saw a moderate rebound after the previous day's sell-off. The Thai index eased 0.2 percent at midday.

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  7. Hate preacher accused of radicalising Frenchman who 'beheaded his...Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    EXCLUSIVE: 'We don't ever discuss Bristol Palin in this family' - bitter split with ex-fiancA goes public as his grandparents hint that Marine hero IS father of her unborn child Hate preacher accused of radicalising Frenchman who 'beheaded his boss before placing his head on a spike' lives in BRITAIN, it is revealed Frederic Jean Salvi, the man accused of radicalising beheading suspect Yassin Salhi lives and works in Leicester, it has been revealed The Islamist militant accused of radicalising a Frenchman who beheaded his boss last week before placing his head on a spike is living in Britain, it has emerged.

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  8. SINGAPORE: How China is losing SE AsiaRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Asia News Network

    Rafael Alunan, Interior Minister of the Philippines in the Fidel Ramos presidency, remembers the day the Chinese walked into Mischief Reef in the Spratlys, an area of the South China Sea his countrymen had long considered theirs. Three years earlier, in 1992, the Americans had vacated Subic Bay and Clark Air Base.

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  9. Petaling Jaya: Enjoying the holy monthRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Asia News Network

    "In the holy month of Ramadan, you must not enjoy yourself too much," my ustaz used to tell us in school. Music is taboo, for example, and when we eat it must be simple food, preferably dates and small portions of meat and rice, not like the buffet spreads in our five-star hotels and resorts today.

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  10. Jetstar cancels Bali flights due to Mount Raung volcanic eruptionRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | ABC News

    Jetstar has cancelled flights in and out of Bali as an ash cloud from a volcanic eruption in Indonesia drifts towards Denpasar International Airport. Return flights to and from Cairns, Perth, Melbourne and Sydney, and one-way flights to and from Singapore, Adelaide and Darwin are affected.

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  11. Mark Wahlberg, Ronda Rousey, and Iko Uwais go to Indonesia in Peter Berg's MILE 22Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Ain't It Cool News

    The UFC fighter will star alongside Mark Wahlberg and Iko Uwais in Peter Berg's MILE 22 , which they are currently negotiating with STX to produce. LOST/FRINGE writer Graham Roland wrote the script, which has Marky Mark as a spook in Indonesia tasked with escorting a prized informant out of a city before the bad guys stop his clock.

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  12. Foreign investors dump Philippine shares at record speedRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Reuters

    Philippine shares, a favourite among emerging-market investors not too long ago, were under siege in April-to-June, with net foreign selling rising to the highest since the 1998 Asian crisis and exceeding outflows from some major stock markets in the region. Net foreign selling reached 31.81 billion pesos , according to figures from the Philippine Stock Exchange , which started compiling the quarterly data in 1998.

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  13. Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank: China's Trojan Horse?Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Switched

    China has stepped closer to claiming full-fledged economic leadership in Asia by officially launching the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank , which has been the centerpiece of the Xi administration's efforts to enhance Beijing's influence. The AIIB is part of Xi's " Peripheral Diplomacy ", which it announced in October 2013 in an effort to win the favor of neighboring countries estranged by China's territorial expansionism.

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  14. Indonesian plane's engine likely failed before crashRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Nation

    MEDAN, Indonesia : The Indonesian military plane that crashed into a residential neighbourhood and killed 142 people likely suffered an engine failure, the air force said Thursday, but denied the aircraft was overloaded after claims civilians had paid to get on board. The Hercules C-130 went down Tuesday in the city of Medan shortly after taking off from a nearby airbase, exploding in a fireball and causing widespread destruction.

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  15. Rehmani rubbishes reports of Aisam's absence from Davis CupRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Nation

    Pakistan Tennis Federation secretary M Khaild Rehmani rubbished reports regarding country's ace tennis player Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi's absence from Pakistan Davis Cup team for the semi-finals of the Asia-Oceania Group-II against Indonesia to be played from July 14 to 16 in Jakarta. Talking to The Nation, Rehmani said: "Aisam has a minor injury, so he went to a doctor and his scans reports clearly shows that the injury was of minor nature.

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  16. Indonesia Begins to Roll Back Degrading Virginity TestsRead the original story

    Mar 4, 2015 | Humans Rights Watch

    A police cadet directs traffic in Jakarta, Indonesia. She is one of 7,000 female police cadets recruited in April 2014.

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  17. Southeast Asia to set up fund to help boat peopleRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The China Post

    Southeast Asian countries will establish a humanitarian fund to help boatloads of Rohingya Muslim and Bangladeshi immigrants who have recently landed in Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar and Thailand, a Malaysian minister said Thursday. Singapore has pledged US$200,000 to the fund, Malaysian Home Affairs Minister Zahid Hamidi told a news conference after chairing a special regional meeting on the refugee crisis.

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  18. .com | Indonesian plane crash: Engine blamedRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | News24

    An engine malfunction was likely the cause of the crash of an Indonesian military plane in Medan city, the Air Force chief said on Thursday. At least 142 people were killed when the Hercules C-130 aircraft ploughed into houses and commercial buildings on Tuesday two minutes after leaving the Soewondo airbase in Medan, the capital of North Sumatra province.

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  19. Manila's mixed feelings over AIIBRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Nation

    China has boosted its quest for regional leadership by formally launching the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank , a centrepiece of President Xi Jinping's efforts to enhance Beijing's influence and optimise the country's massive US$4 trillion currency reserves. Fifty countries from across five continents have signed the 35-page articles of agreement that underpin the AIIB's governance structure, determining the contributions and shares of individual members and the lending agency's initial capitalisation.

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  20. Indonesia seeks to diversify economy as commodity exports take a hitRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Channelnewsasia.com

    This photo taken on Nov 10, 2013, shows a barge on the river of Mahakam to load coal from the mining area in Samarinda, East Kalimantan. JAKARTA: It is tough times for the world's coal producers, with prices having dropped some 50 per cent in the past four years.

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