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Girl Lost in South Asia Tsunami Found Alive 10 Years Later

Girl Lost in South Asia Tsunami Found Alive 10 Years Later

HALFWAY AROUND THE WORLD TONIGHT, AN ASTONISHING REUNION FOR A FAMILY IN INDONESIA. A YOUNG GIRL SWEPT AWAY BY THE 2004 TSUNAMI THAT TOOK SO MANY LIVES, INCLUDING THEY THOUGHT, HERS. BUT TEN YEARS LATER SHE’S BEEN INSTEAD FOUND ALIVE. WE GET OUR REPORT TONIGHT FROM NBC’S ANNE CURRY. Reporte ALL THIS MOTHER COULD HOLD […]

The 12-Day Toll of McDonald’s China Meat Scare: Asia Sales Sink 7 Percent

The 12-Day Toll of McDonald’s China Meat Scare: Asia Sales Sink 7 Percent

McDonald’s (MCD) gave warning progressing this week that a food-safety problems that arose in mid-July in China would have a “significant disastrous impact” on sales, certain to mistreat opening in Asia and expected to drag down tellurian numbers for a year. Now it has turn transparent usually how badly a China difficulty has shop-worn a […]

How do conflicts and mercantile expansion go together in Asia?

How do conflicts and mercantile expansion go together in Asia?

Asia’s mercantile arise has been momentous. Since a early 1960s, Asia has grown richer faster than any other segment in a world. In 1990, 56 percent of people in East Asia and 54 percent in South Asia lived on reduction than 1.25 USD a day. By 2010, these rates had depressed to 12 percent and […]

Asia Leaders Stress Cooperation With Russia during Summit

Asia Leaders Stress Cooperation With Russia during Summit

NAYPYITAW, Myanmar—Southeast Asian diplomats pronounced Friday that they won’t vigour Russia over a downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, perplexing to keep an Asian confidence limit that includes Moscow focused on discourse and a need for team-work in an investigation. The 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations lifted a emanate in discussions among themselves Friday […]

Surge in support for Scotland to stay in UK

Surge in support for Scotland to stay in UK

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Remnants of Hurricane Bertha to beat UK with sleet and high winds

Remnants of Hurricane Bertha to beat UK with sleet and high winds

9 Aug 2014 Last updated during 22:02 A motorist was trapped in his automobile for some-more than an hour since of flooding in Cambridgeshire on Friday High winds and complicated sleet are approaching to lash many of a UK as ruins of what was Hurricane Bertha strech a nation early on Sunday. The inclement continue […]

UK assist deliveries in Iraq ‘imminent’

UK assist deliveries in Iraq ‘imminent’

9 Aug 2014 Last updated during 23:31 Please spin on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. Unicef’s Juliette Touma says people in a Sinjar plateau are in unfortunate need of food, water, preserve and protection The Royal Air Force (RAF) will start dropping charitable assist reserve in northern Iraq “imminently”, a unfamiliar secretary has said. […]

Ebola outbreak: Guinea closes borders with West Africa countries

Ebola outbreak: Guinea closes borders with West Africa countries

Guinea sealed a borders with Sierra Leone and Liberia on Saturday in a bid to hindrance a widespread of an Ebola widespread that has killed scarcely 1,000 people in a 3 countries this year. Authorities pronounced a preference was taken essentially to forestall putrescent people channel into Guinea, a republic where during slightest 367 people […]

Brampton Civic Hospital treating studious from Africa with flu-like symptoms

Brampton Civic Hospital treating studious from Africa with flu-like symptoms

A Brampton sanatorium is holding precautionary measures after a studious who recently trafficked to Canada from Nigeria came down with a heat and other flu-like symptoms. The studious arrived during a puncture dialect during William Osler Health System’s Brampton Civic Hospital on Friday. “Osler sees and treats several patients a week with identical symptoms given […]

After US-Africa summit, ‘hard work’ ahead

After US-Africa summit, ‘hard work’ ahead

Ghana’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Hanna Tetteh in her hotel room in Washington D.C. after a U.S-Africa Leaders Summit, Thursday Aug 7, 2014.(Photo: USA TODAY/Avery Hartmans) WASHINGTON — With this week’s rare U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit assembly here, Africans and Americans took a vast initial step toward a destiny of stronger mercantile ties. But it will […]

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