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Barack Obama met Burma pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi at the lakeside home where she spent years under house arrest

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...n a process of engagement. But rights groups have cautioned against a rush to embrace the South East Asian nation, warning that political prisoners remain behind bars and ethnic conflicts are unresolved. After visiting Burma, Barack Obama headed to Cambodia to join a meeting of the Association of South East Asian Nations, in a trip that underlines the shift in US foreign policy focus to the Asia-P...

A quirk of biology allows the unborn calf to develop in the womb for almost two years (22 months), giving it the brain power it needs to survive from birth

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Scientists have unraveled the mystery of the elephant’s long pregnancy. A quirk of biology allows the unborn calf to develop in the womb for almost two years (22 months), giving it the brain power it needs to survive from birth. The research, detailed in Proceedings of the Royal Society B, will help elephant breeding programmes in zoos. It may also lead to the development of a contraceptive...

President Barack Obama is being accused of sexism for publicly remarking on California Attorney General Kamala Harris's good looks at a fundraiser in San Francisco

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...favorite and a trailblazer in her home state. Her mixed race descent – having been born of an Asian Indian mother who emigrated to the U.S. from Chennai and a Jamaican American father- made her the first female, African American and Asian American attorney general in the state. On top of that, Kamala Harris is the first Indian American attorney general in the US. Kamala Harris’ career shows...

Hong Kong's Court of Final Appeal has ruled that domestic workers are not eligible to apply for permanent residency

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Hong Kong’s Court of Final Appeal has ruled that domestic workers are not eligible to apply for permanent residency, ending a two-year battle that has split opinion. The case had centred on Evangeline Banao Vallejos, a maid from the Philippines who has worked in Hong Kong for more than 17 years. Domestic workers had argued that denying them permanent residency was unconstitutional. The ruli...

Harmful levels of lead have been revealed following an analysis of commercially available rice imported into the US

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Harmful levels of lead, far higher than regulations suggest are safe, have been revealed following an analysis of the commercially available rice imported into the US. Some samples exceeded the “provisional total tolerable intake” (PTTI) set by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) by a factor of 120. The report at the American Chemical Society Meeting adds to the already well-known...

Julie Chen has denied she had a nose job after admitting that she had eye surgery at 25

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...f beauty>>. [and] <<You’re denying your heritage. You’re trying to look less Asian>>. “Guess what? I don’t look less Chinese! I’m not fooling anybody here. That’s number one. “Number two: half of us Asians are born with the double-eyelid. “My mother was born with it. My father has one lid that was creased, one lid that didn’t get its crease un...

Comic site The Oatmeal is now selling a lip balm that mimics the flavors of the popular Asian hot sauce Sriracha

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A new collaboration between the writer of a web comic and the company that developed bacon-flavored air has created a bizarre hot sauce-flavor lip balm. Comic site The Oatmeal is now selling a lip balm that mimics the flavors of the popular Asian hot sauce Sriracha. “Don’t you wish you could put the flavor of Sriracha on your lips 24 hours a day, 7 days a week?,” the site wrote in a post an...

Haruhiko Kuroda has been nominated by Japan's government to be the next governor of the country's central bank

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Haruhiko Kuroda has been nominated by Japan’s government to be the next governor of the country’s central bank. Haruhiko Kuroda is currently the head of the Asian Development Bank and is seen as a supporter of aggressive monetary easing to help revive Japan’s economy. The government, which recently won a general election, wants the Bank of Japan to do more to boost growth. Both...

Smog in Singapore soared to hazardous levels again on Thursday, prompting government health warnings

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...nied any involvement. In 1997 and 1998, many countries in the region were affected by the South East Asian haze, which was caused by smog from Indonesian fires. Road and air traffic was disrupted, and reports said the smog made around 20 million people ill. The haze led to an agreement on transboundary haze pollution being approved by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in 2002. How...

Asian elephant Koshik has astounded scientists with his Korean language skills

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Asian elephant Koshik has astounded scientists with his Korean language skills. Researchers report that the mammal has learnt to imitate human speech and can say five words in Korean: “hello”, “no”, “sit down”, “lie down” and “good”. The zoo animal places the tip of his trunk into his mouth to transform his natural low rumble into a convincing impression of a human voice. The study is published i...

Although healthy postmenopausal women appear to have no cognitive benefits from soy supplements, soy could be a good addition for some people diets.

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A new study suggests that Neanderthals were already on the verge of extinction in Europe by the time modern humans arrived on the scene

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A new study suggests that Neanderthals were already on the verge of extinction in Europe by the time modern humans arrived on the scene. The study used DNA analysis which revealed most Neanderthals in Western Europe died out as early as 50,000 years ago – thousands of years before our own species appeared. A small group of Neanderthals then recolonized parts of Europe, surviving for 10,000...

Brett Ratner has resigned as producer of 2012 Academy Awards after he used a gay slur at a screening of his latest movie, Tower Heist

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The filmmaker Brett Ratner has resigned as producer of 2012 Academy Awards after he used a gay slur at a screening of his latest movie, Tower Heist. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences says Brett Ratner, 42, submitted his resignation yesterday, one day after he apologized for using a gay slur. According to Academy President Tom Sherak, Brett Ratner “did the right thing for the a...

The Euro and stock markets have boosted in Asia after a deal to shore up Spain's troubled banks eased concerns about a European currency break up

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The Euro and stock markets have boosted in Asia after a deal to shore up Spain’s troubled banks eased concerns about a European currency break up. In Asian trade, the euro rose 1% versus the US dollar and Japanese yen. Stock indexes in Japan and Hong Kong rose 2%. On Saturday, eurozone ministers agreed to lend Spain up to 100 billion Euros ($125 billion) to help its banks. Analysts said the...

High school student Angela Zhang from Cupertino has found a possible cure for cancer and she has been rewarded with a scholarship for $100,000

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High school student Angela Zhang from Cupertino, California, has found a possible cure for cancer and she has been rewarded with a scholarship for $100,000. Angela Zhang, 17, a first generation Chinese schoolgirl, who is learning to drive, seems in many ways an average Californian teenager, CBS News reported. When Angela Zhang shared a project she had created in her spare time with her Monta Vist...

Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen has denied taking performance-enhancing drugs, after smashing a world record at the London Olympics

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Chinese Olympic swimmer Ye Shiwen has denied taking performance-enhancing drugs, after smashing a world record at the London Olympics. Ye Shiwen, 16, won gold in the 400 m individual medley after breaking her personal best by at least five seconds. She swam the last 50 m quicker than the men’s champion, prompting leading US coach John Leonard to describe her performance as “disturbing...

More than 16,000 dried seahorses which were to be exported illegally to Asian countries have been seized by police in Peru

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More than 16,000 dried seahorses which were to be exported illegally to Asian countries have been seized by police in Peru. Seahorse powder is used in China, Japan and elsewhere in traditional medicine and for its alleged aphrodisiac uses. Peruvian authorities say the traffickers ran away and abandoned their illicit cargo on a street in the capital, Lima. More than 16,000 dried seahorses which w...

Heineken has agreed to buy Fraser and Neave's controlling stake in the maker of Tiger beer in a deal worth 5.6 billion Singapore dollars

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...which operates Asia Pacific Breweries (APB). As well as Tiger, APB brews a range of other well-known Asian brands such as Anchor beer, Baron’s Strong Brew, ABC Extra Stout, Archipelago beer and Bintang beer. Heineken’s chief executive, Jean-François van Boxmeer, said in a statement: “Our Asian headquarters will continue to be based in Singapore, and we remain 100% committed to th...

Lady Gaga was left stunned by an unexpected mishap while in the middle of her hit song Judas at Sunday's show in New Zealand

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Lady Gaga was left stunned by an unexpected mishap while in the middle of her hit song Judas at Sunday’s show in New Zealand. Lady Gaga, 26, is in the middle of a world tour but was brought back to earth with a bump when she was hit on the head with a giant pole by one of her backing dancers. The controversial singer had been dancing attached to the pole by a rope but later left the podium...

Lady Gaga has cancelled a concert in Jakarta, Indonesia, citing "security" concerns, after protests by religious groups

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...Big Daddy, told reporters. This is not the first time that Lady Gaga has faced objections during her Asian tour. Her concert in South Korea in April was made an adults-only event following protests from Christian groups. Protests also took place in the Philippines, with Christian groups accusing her of being blasphemous.   Related search articles:kapal perang indonesia xvideo indonesia konto...

Pakistani singing legend Mehdi Hassan has died of multiple organ failure aged 84

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Pakistani singing legend Mehdi Hassan has died of multiple organ failure aged 84. The singer, hugely popular in India as well, was admitted to the Agha Khan Hospital in the southern port city of Karachi a few days ago. TV channels broadcast live from the hospital and hundreds of fans gathered there on learning of his death. Mehdi Hassan’s career spanned 50 years. He came to be known as R...

New Democracy leader Antonis Samaras said Greeks had chosen to stay in the euro and called for a "national salvation government"

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World leaders have welcomed the narrow election victory of Greece’s broadly pro-bailout New Democracy party and urged Athens to form a cabinet quickly. The eurozone group said reforms were Greece’s “best guarantee” to overcome tough economic and social challenges. The US stressed that it was in everyone’s interests “for Greece to remain in the euro area”....

An overview of the average annual hours worked per person in selected countries puts South Korea top with a whopping 2,193 hours, followed by Chile on 2,068

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An overview of the average annual hours worked per person in selected countries puts South Korea top with a whopping 2,193 hours, followed by Chile on 2,068. Workers in UK clock up 1,647 hours and Germans 1,408 – putting them at the bottom of the table, above only the Netherlands. Greek workers have had a bad press recently but they work longer hours than any other Europeans. Their average...

Shenzhou-9 capsule, with its crew of three, including the first Chinese woman astronaut, has docked with the Tiangong-1 space lab

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Shenzhou-9 capsule, with its crew of three, including the first Chinese woman astronaut, has docked with the Tiangong-1 space lab. The coupling of the vehicles occurred just after 14:00 Beijing time (06:00 GMT) over China itself. The latest Shenzhou mission was launched on Saturday, taking the nation’s first female astronaut, Liu Yang, into orbit. Thirty-three-year old Liu Yang flies with C...

Liu Yang has emerged as China's first woman spacefarer after just two years of training

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China is about to launch its fourth manned space mission and is sending a crew of three, including the nation’s first female astronaut, to the orbiting Tiangong space lab. Chinese Shenzhou-9 capsule is set to lift off from the Jiuquan spaceport on the edge of the Gobi desert at 18:37 local time (10:37 GMT). A Long March 2F rocket will put the astronauts on a path to dock with Tiangong in a...