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10 October 2012

Publication Date : 10-10-2012


The fallout from the Diaoyu Islands (known in Japan as Senkaku and Tiaoyutai in Taiwan) will have global economic consequences, China Daily quotes experts. North Korea warns that the US mainland, as well as South Korea, Japan and Guam, are within its striking range, says The Korea Herald. Supporters hail the TRO on the Philippines' controversial cybercrime law as a "victory for the freedom of expression", the Philippine Daily Inquirer reports. Viruses used to send online threats from the personal computers of two men in the Kansai region have the ability to spy on data in the terminals and steal keyboard entry information, The Yomiuri Shimbun learns. Red-shirt leaders admit they met former Thai premier Thaksin Shinawatra in Hong Kong last weekend but said they did not discuss politics, according to The Nation.


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