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North Korean leader oversees new tactical weapons test - state media
Thursday,  Apr 18, 2019,09:41 (GMT+7)
SEOUL (REUTERS) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un oversaw the testing of a new tactical guided weapon, state media said on Thursday, the North’s first public weapons test since a second summit with the United States ended without agreement in February.
Monday,  Apr 15, 2019,17:12 (GMT+7)
SEOUL (REUTERS) - South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in said on Monday he will pursue “in earnest” another summit with Kim Jong Un despite the North Korean leader’s recent criticism of Seoul’s self-proclaimed role as a mediator in stalled nuclear talks.
Sunday,  Apr 14, 2019,12:22 (GMT+7)
SYDNEY (REUTERS) - A drive-by shooting outside a nightclub in the Australian city of Melbourne inflicted “horrific injuries” that killed a security guard and wounded three men, police said on Sunday, but there was no suggestion yet that the attack was terror-related.
Saturday,  Apr 13, 2019,15:10 (GMT+7)
SEOUL (REUTERS) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said the breakdown in talks with the United States has raised the risks of reviving tensions, and he is only interested in meeting President Donald Trump again if the United States comes with the right attitude, state media KCNA said on Saturday.
Monday,  Apr 8, 2019,17:31 (GMT+7)
SINGAPORE (REUTERS) - Oil prices rose to their highest levels since November 2018 on Monday, driven upwards by OPEC’s ongoing supply cuts, U.S. sanctions against Iran and Venezuela, fighting in Libya as well as strong U.S. jobs data.
Thursday,  Apr 4, 2019,12:12 (GMT+7)
TOKYO (REUTERS) - Japanese prosecutors arrested ousted Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn for a fourth time on Thursday on charges of trying to enrich himself to the tune of US$5 million at the automaker’s expense, in what media reports linked to payments to an Omani dealer.
Wednesday,  Apr 3, 2019,17:30 (GMT+7)
MANILA (REUTERS) - Growth in developing Asia could slow for a second straight year in 2019 and lose further momentum in 2020, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) said on Wednesday, warning of rising economic risks from a bitter Sino-U.S. trade war and a potentially disorderly Brexit.
Monday,  Apr 1, 2019,09:09 (GMT+7)
BEIJING (REUTERS) - China’s State Council said on Sunday that the country would continue to suspend additional tariffs on U.S. vehicles and auto parts after April 1, in a goodwill gesture following a U.S. decision to delay tariff hikes on Chinese imports.
Sunday,  Mar 31, 2019,09:00 (GMT+7)
BEIJING/PALM BEACH (REUTERS) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday that trade talks with China were going very well, but cautioned that he would not accept anything less than a “great deal” after top U.S. and Chinese trade officials wrapped up two days of negotiations in Beijing.
Thursday,  Mar 28, 2019,17:28 (GMT+7)
BANGKOK (REUTERS) - Thailand's chaotic election took another turn on Thursday when the Election Commission announced that the pro-army party, which is seeking to keep the current junta leader in power, had won the popular vote, with 100% of ballots counted.
Wednesday,  Mar 27, 2019,17:13 (GMT+7)
BANGKOK (REUTERS) - Thailand’s opposition “democratic front” of seven parties on Wednesday claimed it had won a majority in the lower house of parliament after a messy election, saying it has the right to try to form a government after five years of military rule.
Tuesday,  Mar 26, 2019,17:17 (GMT+7)
BANGKOK (REUTERS) - The run-up to Thailand's weekend vote was "heavily tilted" to benefit a party close to the ruling military junta, an Asian election monitor said on Tuesday, criticizing a messy ballot-counting process that created mistrust.
Monday,  Mar 25, 2019,17:41 (GMT+7)
BANGKOK (REUTERS) - Two major political parties raised doubts on Monday about the accuracy of Thailand's election results after a party linked to the military took a surprise lead in the popular vote count that suggested the country's junta chief could remain in power.
Monday,  Mar 25, 2019,08:09 (GMT+7)
BANGKOK (REUTERS) - A pro-military party was leading in Thailand’s first election since a 2014 coup, with the unofficial result delayed until Monday afternoon likely to indicate whether junta chief Prayuth Chan-ocha can gain enough seats to remain prime minister.
Sunday,  Mar 24, 2019,16:32 (GMT+7)
BANGKOK (REUTERS) - Thai voters went to the polls on Sunday in a long-delayed election following a 2014 coup, a race that pits a military junta chief seeking to retain power against a “democratic front” led by the populist party he ousted.
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