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    Iraqi refugees dying under extreme heat – report

    Iraqi refugees dying under extreme heat – report

    The UN says the refugee problem in Iraq is one of the largest humanitarian crises in the world.

    China, Russia plan joint naval drills

    China, Russia plan joint naval drills

    Philippines, Vietnam and other nations lay contesting claims to the South China Sea, but Beijing exercises jurisdiction.

    India’s Modi announces simpler visa policy for Chinese tourists

    India’s Modi announces simpler visa policy for Chinese tourists

    Chinese visitors overseas spend is nearing $500 billion.

    Taliban capture Helmand towns amid leader’s death

    Taliban capture Helmand towns amid leader’s death

    The capture of territory in Helmand is a major setback for the government in Kabul.

    Xi, Erdogan talk trade, Silk Road in Beijing

    Xi, Erdogan talk trade, Silk Road in Beijing

    The two sides signed a mid- and long-term plan for trade and economic cooperation.

    South African usage of yuan for China payments soars

    South African usage of yuan for China payments soars

    The direct payments value between South Africa and China/Hong Kong denominated in yuan soared to 31.3 per cent in June 2015 from 10.8 per cent in June 2014 and 4.6

    GM to invest $1bn in India to boost profits

    GM to invest $1bn in India to boost profits

    It has, however, pulled back from Russia, deeming it “too risky”.

    Will the Fed signal an interest rate hike?

    Will the Fed signal an interest rate hike?

    Analysts are divided over the impact China's market slump will have on the US Federal Reserve's decision.

    China trade with Asian bloc hits $224bn in H1 2015

    China trade with Asian bloc hits $224bn in H1 2015

    China is stepping up engagement with ASEAN even as the US repeatedly asserts its seriousness about the Asia Pivot.

    Russa-Turkey gas pipeline deal advances

    Russa-Turkey gas pipeline deal advances

    Russia plans to use the new link to ship gas to Turkey and onto Europe, bypassing existing pipelines in Ukraine.

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