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05 May 2012

Publication Date : 05-05-2012


At least 26 people were killed and 75 others injured yesterday when a teenage suicide bomber blew himself up in a crowded bazaar in Pakistan's tribal region, reports Dawn. The United States will quicken its approval for Chinese financial institutions that seek to invest in the US, as part of achievements in the China-US Strategic and Economic Dialogue, says China Daily. The Thai government is being pressured to promulgate new anti-money-laundering laws, according to The Nation. The South Korean government is going ahead with two new reactors even as citizen groups oppose more use of atomic energy, according to The Korea Herald.  Bangladesh hopes Hillary Clinton's visit will take Dhaka's political, economic and security cooperation with Washington to new heights, writes The Daily Star.



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