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Indonesia halts new palm oil plantation development

Indonesia halts new palm oil plantation development

Indonesia's president has signed a moratorium on all new palm oil plantation development, an official said Thursday, in a move hailed by environmentalists.

Flooding expected to worsen in Carolinas after Florence's departure

Flooding expected to worsen in Carolinas after Florence's departure

Flooding from rain-swollen rivers was expected to worsen across the Carolinas on Thursday and the next couple of days in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, which killed 36 people in three states, forecasters said.

Next James Bond film to be directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga

Next James Bond film to be directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga

Cary Fukunaga, 41, replaces British director Danny Boyle, who pulled out of the as yet untitled film last month due to "creative differences".

Pakistani PM asks India for revival of dialogue

Pakistani PM asks India for revival of dialogue

Imran Khan sent a letter to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in response to a communique he received from Modi earlier this month.

Two Koreas' leaders in mountain show of unity

Two Koreas' leaders in mountain show of unity

The North Korean leader on Wednesday agreed to shutter the Tongchang-ri missile-testing site in the presence of international observers.

$60mn in virtual currency hacked in Japan

$60mn in virtual currency hacked in Japan

Osaka-based Tech Bureau, which operates virtual currency exchange Zaif, said its server had been illegally accessed and money transfered.

As petrol prices soar, Indians look for ways to ease pain

As petrol prices soar, Indians look for ways to ease pain

Protests against high petrol and diesel prices paralysed many parts of India earlier this month, shutting businesses, government offices and schools.

Singapore punishes firm after 'maids for sale' ads

Singapore punishes firm after 'maids for sale' ads

Singapore is home to almost 250,000 maids, mostly from poor parts of Indonesia or the Philippines.

Six killed, dozens missing in new Philippine landslide

Six killed, dozens missing in new Philippine landslide

The new tragedy comes just days after Typhoon Mangkhut pounded the nation's north with heavy winds and rain, sparking a separate landslide that left dozens dead.

Uganda's pop star MP 'taken away' by security officers

Uganda's pop star MP 'taken away' by security officers

Robert Kyagulanyi, a 36-year old pop star and reggae musician turned legislator, is widely seen as posing a significant challenge to the Ugandan president.

Strawberry scare: Australian supermarket stops selling needles

Strawberry scare: Australian supermarket stops selling needles

The move came as the Australian parliament fast-tracked legislation to toughen penalties for those found tampering with food.

Australian tourist haven suffers twin shark attacks

Australian tourist haven suffers twin shark attacks

Experts say shark attacks are increasing as water sports become more popular and bait fish move closer to shore, but fatalities remain rare.

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