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10 May 2012

Publication Date : 10-05-2012

 

The Philippines prepares to make new ‘diplomatic’ moves on shoal feud with China in an an attempt to defuse tensions between the two nations, Philippine Daily Inquirer reports. North Korea and Myanmar, labelled as pariahs for their autocratic rule, pursue completely different paths as Myanmar moves toward democracy, The Korea Herald writes. A group seeking amendment to the lese majeste law is stepping up its campaign following the death of an elderly man detained for offending the monarchy, The Nation reports. Nepal President Ram Baran Yadav is concerned over the delay in forming a national unity government, The Kathmandu Post says.  Building monitoring stations in Brunei and Southeast Asia can aid in climate change research, says an expert, according to The Brunei Times. 

 

 

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