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    Japan to destroy abandoned chemical weapons in China

    Japan to destroy abandoned chemical weapons in China

    Approximately 700,000 Japanese chemical weapons munitions were abandoned on Chinese territory after World War II.

    China must speak up for developing countries: Xi

    China must speak up for developing countries: Xi

    The Chinese President also pledged to push for a world free of domination by any superpower.

    Scores arrested in HongKong protests

    Scores arrested in HongKong protests

    Those arrested were accused of assaulting police, possessing weapons and participating in an unlawful assembly.

    Putin downplays impact of oil price drop

    Putin downplays impact of oil price drop

    The Russian government says oil prices at about $70 per barrel will have no adverse impact on Russia’s budget.

    Has OPEC given up on regulating oil markets?

    Has OPEC given up on regulating oil markets?

    By the end of early trading on Friday, Brent crude oil was trading at just over $70.15 a barrel. West Texas benchmark (crude) oil fell to $66.

    India economic growth slows to 5.3%

    India economic growth slows to 5.3%

    Last month, the government named former IMF official Arvind Subramanian as its new chief economic adviser.

    Putin calls for “mutually acceptable solutions” to standoff with West

    Putin calls for “mutually acceptable solutions” to standoff with West

    Putin said the sanctions imposed by the EU, US, Australia and Japan over the Ukraine crisis are “not legitimate”.

    Eyewitness claims 39 Indians killed by ISIL: Report

    Eyewitness claims 39 Indians killed by ISIL: Report

    The Indian Foreign Minister has told the country’s lawmakers the government is trying to ascertain the facts.

    Rousseff vows to continue social inclusion with new finance team

    Rousseff vows to continue social inclusion with new finance team

    The Brazilian President named Joaquim Levy as Brazil’s new finance minister, replacing Guido Mantega.

    Zuma to visit China next week to woo investment

    Zuma to visit China next week to woo investment

    South Africa-China trade jumped by 32 per cent between 2012 from R205 billion to R270 billion in 2013.

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