Sunday 29th November 2020

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    • Xi Jinping congratulates Biden on election as U.S. president us china relation

      Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday sent a message to Joe Biden to congratulate him on his election as U.S. president. Promoting the healthy and stable development of China-U.S. relations not only serves the fundamental interests of the people in both countries, but also meets the common expectation of the international community, Xi said. Xi said he hopes that the two sides will uphold the spirit of non-conflict, non-confrontation, mutual respect and win-win cooperation, focus on cooperation, manage differences, advance the healthy and stable development of China-U.S. ties, and join hands with other countries and the international community to...

    • General: Australian troops suspected of 39 unlawful killings in Afghanistan Chief of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) General Angus Campbell delivers the findings from the Inspector-General of the Australian Defence Force Afghanistan Inquiry, in Canberra, Australia, November 19, 2020. /Reuters

      Australia’s top military officer on Thursday admitted there was credible evidence that his special forces unlawfully killed at least 39 Afghan civilians and prisoners. Chief of the Defense Force General Angus Campbell made the remarks when he released the result of a four-year-long investigation into the military’s behavior in Afghanistan between 2005 and 2016. It’s reported that 57 incidents were investigated and hundreds of witnessed were heard. “Some patrols took the law into their own hands, rules were broken, stories concocted, lies told and prisoners killed,” said Campbell. Campbell “sincerely and unreservedly” apologized to the people of Afghanistan and...

    • Thailand’s hybrid protest-festivals a popular attraction protest in thailand

      There’s something uniquely Thai about attempting to bring down a government with concerts, performances and fashion shows. Despite the real threat of indiscriminate violence, the past few months of relentless street protests proceeded with a carnival, festive atmosphere. Occupying major intersections and blockading government ministries, protesters succeeded in grinding the capital to a halt. “Monarchy” has undoubtedly become the word of the year as protesters aired their grievances in colorful and exuberant fashion. Shielded by one of the world’s strictest anti-defamation laws, the Thai monarchy has in a matter of months gone from an untouchable institution, whispered about behind...

    • UK to ban petrol, diesel cars from 2030 to net zero emissions UK to ban petrol, diesel cars from 2030 to net zero emissions

      Britain will move up a ban on new petrol and diesel cars and vans to 2030 and is eyeing 250,000 new jobs as part of a green industrial revolution, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said as he tries to meet Britain’s net zero emissions climate target. “Now is the time to plan for a green recovery with high-skilled jobs that give people the satisfaction of knowing they are helping to make the country cleaner, greener and more beautiful,” Johnson said in a column published in the Financial Times on Tuesday. Britain last year became the first G7 country to set...

    • Huawei to sell Honor brand to ensure survival of supply chain Huawei to sell Honor brand to ensure survival of supply chain

      Huawei has signed a deal with Shenzhen Zhixin New Information Technology Co., Ltd. to sell all business assets related to its Honor mobile phone brand to over 30 agents and dealers of the Honor brand, according to the company’s statement on Tuesday. The deal, first proposed by the over 30 agents and dealers, has been made by Honor’s industry chain to “ensure its own survival,” according to the statement, and is expected to help Honor’s channel sellers and suppliers through the tough time. The change of ownership will not impact Honor’s development direction, based on a joint statement between...

    • Typhoon Vamco leaves 73 dead, 19 missing in Philippines A boy walks on debris from the flood brought by Typhoon Vamco, in Marikina, Metro Manila, the Philippines, November 16, 2020. /Reuters

      The death toll from Typhoon Vamcoin in the Philippines has climbed to 73, the country’s national disaster agency said on Tuesday. A total of 24 people were injured and 19 others remain missing. The typhoon, the 21st cyclone to hit the country this year, has affected over 3 million people and damaged nearly 40,000 houses.

    • Pakistan says it has evidence of India sponsoring attacks Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said Pakistan is sending its evidence to the United Nations demanding India be censured [BK Bangash/AP]

      Pakistan says India is sponsoring “terrorism” aimed at destabilising the country and targeting its economic partnership with China, accusations top Pakistani officials delivered at a news conference. Pakistan and India routinely accuse each other of targeting the other, but this was a rare time Pakistani officials said they prepared a mountain of evidence to back up the allegations against their South Asian rival. In a joint news conference on Saturday in the capital Islamabad, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, along with military spokesman Major-General Babar Iftikhar, said Indian intelligence agents were operating out of neighbouring Afghanistan to plan attacks...

    • Malaysia reports 1,114 new COVID-19 cases, total tally jumps to 46,209

      Malaysia reported 1,114 new COVID-19 infections on Saturday, taking its total number of confirmed cases to 46,209. Health Ministry Director-General Noor Hisham Abdullah said in a press statement that two of the new cases are imported and 1,112 are local transmissions. He also announced two new virus-related deaths, raising the country’s total number of fatalities to 306. 803 patients have been released after successfully recovering from the disease, raising the total number of recovered cases to 33,772. Of the remaining 12,131 active cases, 103 are being held in intensive care and 43 of those are in need of assisted...

    • Delhi suffers ‘severe’ air pollution for third straight day pollution in india capital delhi

      Air quality in India’s capital New Delhi remained in the “severe” category for a third straight day on Saturday due to increased stubble fires and vehicle emissions, SAFAR, the country’s main environment monitoring agency said. The Air Quality Index (AQI) in Delhi state stood at 441 on a scale of 500, indicating “severe” conditions that are hazardous, according to the federal pollution control board’s guidance. Delhi’s air pollution typically worsens in October and November due to farmers burning off stubble, coal-fired power plants in surrounding states and traffic fumes. The air quality has worsened due to unusually high fire...

    • Congratulations flood in for Biden’s ‘historic’ win

      Political leaders from around the world were quick to congratulate Joe Biden after U.S. networks declared him the winner of the bitter White House race over President Donald Trump. As crowds poured onto the streets of Washington and other cities in exuberant celebration and former U.S. President Barack Obama hailed Biden’s win as “decisive” and “historic,” here are some of the first reactions from political figures across the globe: Ireland: Prime Minister Micheal Martin was one of the first to take to Twitter and hail the Irish-America Democrat Joe Biden as “president-elect.” “I want to congratulate the new President Elect...