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  • Amnesty wants impartial probe of Indonesia police violence
    JAKARTA: Amnesty International is calling for an independent investigation into allegations of police brutality and unlawful killings during post-election riots in the Indonesian capital last month. ... read more
    Source: Bangkok PostPublished on 2019-06-26
  • 41% of sampled fruits, vegetables contaminated
    The annual survey of vegetables and fruits by the Thailand Pesticide Alert Network (ThaiPAN) found high toxic contamination on 41% of sampled vegetables and fruits, and the problem was bigger at retail stores than wet markets. ... read more
    Source: Bangkok PostPublished on 2019-06-26
  • Cat burglar scales 19 floors via drainpipe in robbery of HK flats
    An audacious burglar climbed up and down the drainpipe of a 20-storey building in one of Hong Kong’s upmarket neighbourhoods before fleeing with HK$60,000 (236,000 baht) in cash and valuables from a luxury flat, a police source said on Tuesday. ... read more
    Source: Bangkok PostPublished on 2019-06-26

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  • Philippines morning news for June 26
    Government budget surplus hits P2.6 billion in May THE national government reported a budget surplus of P2.6 billion for the month of May, reversing the budget deficit of P32.9 billion recorded in the same month in 2018, as revenues outpaced expenditures, data from the Bureau of the Treasury (BTr) showed. ... read more
    Source: The Asian News Round upPublished on 2019-06-26
  • Thailand morning news for June 26
    Opposition to grill the government tomorrow in first debate in five years In what is touted as the first no-confidence debate in five years, the opposition parties will use the House sitting tomorrow (Wednesday) to grill the incumbent government and its ministers over a host of issues, ranging from the ... read more
    Source: The Asian News Round upPublished on 2019-06-26
  • Cambodia workforce gets $60mln skills boost
    Cambodia’s attempts to transition its economy from a low-skilled, labour-intensive growth model to a skills-driven one are set to receive a boost following the approval of a $60 million loan by the Asian Development Bank (ADB). The loan will see the facilities and equipment of five technical training institutes (TTIs) ... read more
    Source: The Asian News Round upPublished on 2019-06-25

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