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11/26/2006 [-] Seventh edition of Asian Games stamps issued
11/26/2006 [-] Fertility clinics seeking Asian egg donors
11/26/2006 [-] Workshop on UAE's role in Asia today
11/26/2006 [-] East Asian countries to cut dependence on conventional fuels
11/26/2006 [-] * Asian stocks mixed as Tokyo saps sentiment
11/26/2006 [-] Peso, other Asian currencies shine as dollar takes a beating
11/26/2006 [-] Iran football team withdraws from Doha Asian Games
11/26/2006 [-] Sheltering migrants in Southeast Asia
11/26/2006 [-] India clinches Asian Hopman Cup
11/26/2006 [-] Chinese president returns home from visit to 4 Asian nations, APEC
11/26/2006 [-] Chinese president's Asian tour a milestone in forging
11/26/2006 [-] Iranian film scoops up Asia-Pacific awards
11/26/2006 [-] Oracle bullish on banking solutions mkt in Asia Pacific
11/26/2006 [-] China's Li Na and Zheng Jie, Indian Mirza to lead Asiad women's tennis
11/26/2006 [-] Japan treats Doha Asiad as warmup for Beijing Olympics Nov. 26 - Hayashi Tsutomu, chef de mission ...
11/26/2006 [-] `Mandrake' on Asianet
11/26/2006 [-] ANZ seeks more Asia-Pacific assets
11/26/2006 [-] Egypt's president sees signs for WAsia peace
11/26/2006 [-] Journalists give thumbs up to Asian Games food
11/26/2006 [-] FM Chinese president's Asian tour a milestone in forging good-neighborly ties
11/26/2006 [-] NYSE CEO Thain heading to China to lure listings, explore Asian expansion
11/26/2006 [-] India win inaugural Asian Hopman Cup
11/26/2006 [-] Jobs, affordability drive Asian population growth in Pa.
11/26/2006 [-] India win first Asian Hopman Cup
11/26/2006 [-] India win Asian Hopman Cup to earn place in Perth
11/26/2006 [-] How the Internet paints a rosy glow of Asian brides
11/26/2006 [-] UK companies lose 'British Asian brains' to India Inc.
11/26/2006 [-] China shun Iraq in football group stage at Doha Asiad
11/26/2006 [-] President Hu returns from visit to Asian nations, APEC summit
11/26/2006 [-] Around the Markets Asian banks ready to join global rally
11/26/2006 [-] NYSE chief has eyes set on Asia
11/26/2006 [-] Cyclist Guo vows to take gold for China at Doha Asian Games Nov. 26 - Chinese new rising cycling ...
11/26/2006 [-] Hu ends South Asian trip focused on trade diplomacy
11/26/2006 [-] China enters directly last eight in Asiad men's volleyball DOHA, Nov. 26 - Though it has failed to reach ...
11/25/2006 [-] Caterpillar moves Asia Pacific operations headquarters to Beijing
11/25/2006 [-] 15th Asian Games Flame comes back home
11/25/2006 [-] Tennis India, Chinese Taipei set up title clash for Asian Hopman Cup
11/25/2006 [-] QNB opens three branches for Asian Games
11/25/2006 [-] Japanese athletes gear up for Asian Games, vow to do their best
11/25/2006 [-] East Asia Cooperation Forum kicked off in Beijing
11/25/2006 [-] Filipino booters beat Brunei to advance in Asian
11/25/2006 [-] Boxing at Asiad lined with Olympic promise
11/25/2006 [-] * Boxers to star at Asian Cup
11/25/2006 [-] Malaysia's Affin in talks to sell stake to HK's Bank of East Asia
11/25/2006 [-] SEVEN Expands Mobile Email Coverage in the Asia-Pacific Region
11/25/2006 [-] Bahrain cagers win Asiad spot
11/25/2006 [-] Clerics endorse plan to curb radicalism in South-east Asia
11/25/2006 [-] Asia news in brief
11/25/2006 [-] Rasquinha omitted from team for Doha Asiad
11/25/2006 [-] India favours simple visa regime with Central Asian republics
11/25/2006 [-] Draws for men's table tennis team event of Asian Games
11/25/2006 [-] Draws for women's table tennis team event of Asian Games
11/25/2006 [-] Chinese star snooker Ding heads seedings in Asian Games
11/25/2006 [-] East Asia Cooperation Forum kicks off in Beijing
11/25/2006 [-] New bird flu outbreak in Asia
11/25/2006 [-] Mediators from Asia's intractable conflicts to talk peace
11/25/2006 [-] Japan looks for big gold haul at Asian Games
11/25/2006 [-] Rookie paddler Chen Qing desperate for Asiad gold
11/25/2006 [-] Corporate investment in Asia growing
11/25/2006 [-] Globalization erodes rights of working women in Asia
11/25/2006 [-] Chinese paddlers aim for clean sweep at Doha Asiad
11/25/2006 [-] Boxing at Asian Games lined with Olympic promise
11/25/2006 [-] NYSE chief seeks Asian ties
11/25/2006 [-] Mediators for Asia's intractable conflicts to talk peacemaking
11/25/2006 [-] Caterpillar moves Asia HQ to Beijing
11/25/2006 [-] Iraq makes second stage of 15th ASIAD soccer with Jordan, Syria and Kyrgyzstan
11/25/2006 [-] An Asian Buyout Firm Plays the Local Angle
11/24/2006 [-] Thailand make winning start in Asian Hopman Cup
11/24/2006 [-] Irish government determined to strengthen ties with Asia
11/24/2006 [-] STROM Telecom Chooses M'sia As Its Asia Pacific Hub
11/24/2006 [-] HSS-USA to open its Asia-Pacific office in Dhaka soon
11/24/2006 [-] Scientists Study Asian Snakehead Invasion of Potomac River near Washington states
11/24/2006 [-] Bahrain advances into second round at Asiad basketball tournament
11/24/2006 [-] Asia Rubbertech Expo 2006 in Kochi
11/24/2006 [-] Yemen quits Asiad basketball
11/24/2006 [-] Hong Kong-listed CITIC Intl unit eyes acquisition of BBVA's Asian wholesale ops
11/24/2006 [-] Caterpillar to Move Asia Base to Beijing From Tokyo
11/24/2006 [-] South Korean, Iranian films win at 51st Asia-Pacific Film Festival
11/24/2006 [-] Around The Markets Fears for exporters hurt Asia exchanges
11/24/2006 [-] China adds urgency to E Asia integration plan
11/24/2006 [-] Xinhua News Agency delegation to cover 15th Asian Games leaves Beijing for Doha
11/24/2006 [-] Doha Asian Games faces bed shortage
11/24/2006 [-] India, Taiwan ease to victory in Asian Hopman Cup
11/24/2006 [-] India and Taiwan score runway wins in first matches of Asian
11/24/2006 [-] Oil prices little changed in Asian trade in post-US holiday lull
11/24/2006 [-] ASIA PACIFIC China and India double trade; G20 summit ends
11/24/2006 [-] PAKISTAN Chinese visit reaffirms South Asia links
11/24/2006 [-] Liu Xiang says he takes Asian Games 'seriously'
11/24/2006 [-] Asia Hopman Cup India blank China 3-0
11/24/2006 [-] China Caterpillar moving Asia Pacific HQ to Beijing
11/23/2006 [-] Markets open flat tracking Asian peers
11/23/2006 [-] Asia U.S. rate outlook propels most markets to records
11/23/2006 [-] Exporters drag Asian markets
11/23/2006 [-] Yemen pulls out of Asiad soccer tournament
11/23/2006 [-] European stocks end lower as oil and gas companies weigh heavy; Asian markets up
11/23/2006 [-] Myanmar to send 66-member delegation to 15th Asian Games
11/23/2006 [-] Favourites India blank China in Asian Hopman Cup
11/23/2006 [-] Currencies Asian currencies advance
11/23/2006 [-] Stocks Asian shares advance to record
11/23/2006 [-] Cellphone maker expanding in Asia
11/23/2006 [-] Wild Asia's Responsible Tourism Award Winner Evason Phuket
11/23/2006 [-] Red Cross call for more cooperation in Asia-Pacific region
11/23/2006 [-] Third New Century China-Japan Symposium on Asian Situation, Peace held in Beijing
11/23/2006 [-] Red Cross call for more co-op in Asia-Pacific region
11/23/2006 [-] Southeast Asian teams take mixed expectations to Doha
11/23/2006 [-] Asia China fuels another surge
11/23/2006 [-] Mahathir Mohamad Talkasia Transcript
11/23/2006 [-] Europe stocks get U.S., Asia boost
11/23/2006 [-] Caterpillar is shifting Asia Pacific HQ from Japan to China
11/23/2006 [-] Bush's visit to Asia dogged by US disaster in Iraq
11/23/2006 [-] Sydney ready for Asian Champions League
11/23/2006 [-] Sydney moves to meet Asian requirements
11/22/2006 [-] ASIA MARKETS Australian Shares Rise On
11/22/2006 [-] Caterpillar moves Asia HG to Beijing
11/22/2006 [-] Dollar firmer in Asian trade after overnight selloff
11/22/2006 [-] Asia breathes during U.S. holiday
11/22/2006 [-] Italian restaurant goes with Asian chefs
11/22/2006 [-] BSFI to send full team to Doha Asian Games
11/22/2006 [-] Banks Catering To Asians Come To Philadelphia
11/22/2006 [-] U.S. negotiator to return to Asia for six-party talks
11/22/2006 [-] China all set to regain Asiad basketball gold
11/22/2006 [-] China Backs Peace in South Asia, Seeks to Enhance Trust With India
11/22/2006 [-] Hu talks up Asia after 40bn trade deal with India
11/22/2006 [-] Tokyo lifted by gains in tech sector, most Asian markets adv
11/22/2006 [-] ASIA MARKETS Tokyo Up On Softbank,
11/22/2006 [-] Dollar falls in Asia ahead of holidays
11/22/2006 [-] China all set to regain Asiad basketball gold
11/22/2006 [-] Asia Stocks rebound on outlook
11/22/2006 [-] Hong Kong's triathlete eyes on medal in Doha Asiad
11/22/2006 [-] China's president charts 'new course' for peace in South Asia
11/22/2006 [-] Rising China, India key to true Asian century Hu
11/22/2006 [-] China's president charts 'new course' for peace in South Asia
11/22/2006 [-] Doha-bound Paes to skip Asian Hopman Cup
11/22/2006 [-] China has no designs on S Asia Hu
11/22/2006 [-] A Bow To Asian American Players
11/22/2006 [-] Hu's India Visit Entwines Asian Giants
11/22/2006 [-] BNP Paribas sets up Asia's first hedge fund research centre
11/22/2006 [-] Bush, his Asia tour over, visits troops in Hawaii
11/22/2006 [-] 4th East Asia Forum held to study building EAC
11/22/2006 [-] China seeks no selfish gain in South Asia Hu
11/21/2006 [-] * China sees Asian Games as Beijing warmup
11/21/2006 [-] Caterpillar to move Asia base to Beijing from Tokyo
11/21/2006 [-] Caterpillar to Move Asia Base to Beijing From Tokyo
11/21/2006 [-] ASIA MARKETS Singapore Leads Regional
11/21/2006 [-] Caterpillar shifts Asian base to Beijing
11/21/2006 [-] Bush Asia, U.S., Share Common Threats, Interests
11/21/2006 [-] Nokia, Motorola Widen Lead in Mobile Phones as Asian Growth Spurs Sales
11/21/2006 [-] KKR hires Bond for its Asian expansion
11/21/2006 [-] U.S. Firms Invest, Earn Less in Asia
11/21/2006 [-] Iraq tops group with 2-0 win over Singapore in Doha Asian Games soccer
11/21/2006 [-] Goldenberg Asian leaders fail to back Bush's strategy to curb North Korea's nuclear ambitions
11/21/2006 [-] More time needed to establish Asia-Pacific free trade zone
11/21/2006 [-] Bush stops in Hawaii on return from Asian trip
11/21/2006 [-] Adelaide United win Asian Champions League berth
11/21/2006 [-] Sydney FC, Adelaide confirmed for Asia
11/21/2006 [-] Wars past and present follow Bush on Asian trip
11/21/2006 [-] Asia News in Brief
11/21/2006 [-] Bush, heading home from Asia, visits troops
11/21/2006 [-] UN highlights Asians' risky behavior with HIV/AIDS
11/21/2006 [-] Kempinski to open hotels in Asia, Africa and in the Baltic States
11/21/2006 [-] Bush to End Asia Tour in Hawaii Visiting U.S. Troops
11/21/2006 [-] Bush ends 8-day Asian trip in Hawaii
11/21/2006 [-] Caterpillar moves Asia Pacific operations headquarters to Beijing
11/21/2006 [-] Dollar holds steady in Asia
11/21/2006 [-] ASIA Jihadists use internet to win young audience
11/21/2006 [-] Shadow of terrorism loiters over Asian Games
11/21/2006 [-] Bush Lands In Hawaii After Asian Trip
11/20/2006 [-] Asia-Pacific Asia society blog
11/20/2006 [-] Half of Filipinos distrust Arroyo - Pulse Asia survey
11/20/2006 [-] China beats Australia 91-69 in women's basketball warm-up for Asiad
11/20/2006 [-] Asia Japan leads regional retreat
11/20/2006 [-] Qatar Airways named Official Partner of Asian Games Chinese ...
11/20/2006 [-] Bush Ends Asia Tour With Stop in Indonesia
11/20/2006 [-] Singh wraps up Asian order of merit title in Hong Kong
11/20/2006 [-] STDs 'rise among young Asians'
11/20/2006 [-] Indonesia signs trans-Asia railway network agreement
11/20/2006 [-] Rare Asiatic lions to move home for safety, peace
11/20/2006 [-] Singapore sees third highest rise in Q3 office rents in Asia
11/20/2006 [-] Report of the Twenty-eighth FAO Regional Conference for Asia and the Pacific
11/20/2006 [-] South Asia Politics, Happiness, Religion and The Birds
11/20/2006 [-] Ann Demeulemeester Talkasia Transcript
11/20/2006 [-] Kim Dae-jung Talkasia Transcript
11/20/2006 [-] Meat Loaf Talkasia Transcript
11/20/2006 [-] Peter Chan Talkasia Transcript
11/20/2006 [-] Kang Chol-hwan Talkasia Transcript
11/20/2006 [-] Zhang Ziyi Talkasia Transcript
11/19/2006 [-] Mkts open in red tracking Asian peers
11/19/2006 [-] Qatar vows to be sport center of excellence in Asia
11/19/2006 [-] Asia Southeast Asia stays strong
11/19/2006 [-] Singh wraps up Asian order of merit title in Hong Kong
11/19/2006 [-] GM's new Asia strategy Small cars
11/19/2006 [-] Leaders achieve little on NKorea at Asia Pacific summit analysts
11/19/2006 [-] Asia currencies edge up; US housing data helps
11/19/2006 [-] The pressure mounts on Bush as Asia frets over a nuclear future
11/19/2006 [-] Bush Terrorism Threatens U.S., Asia
11/19/2006 [-] Aramco to shift Asian HQ to Kuala Lumpur
11/19/2006 [-] Kerala keen to host 2014 Asiad
11/19/2006 [-] Sensex slips over US poll, Asian stocks
11/19/2006 [-] China wins mixed doubles title in 1st Asian University Tennis
11/19/2006 [-] Deutsche Posts DHL eyes acquisitions to expand in Asia
11/19/2006 [-] 2007 ASIA SOLAR-ENERGY and PV-PROJECT EXHIBITION- March15-17,2007 Shanghai,China
11/19/2006 [-] Business leaders to convene on Asian single market idea
11/19/2006 [-] Bangkok a haven for Asian migrants
11/19/2006 [-] Flint Group Pigments Expands Reach of Colorants and Additives to Asia/Pacific Customers
11/19/2006 [-] Bush lobbies Asian leaders for help with North Korea
11/19/2006 [-] Philippines' Cebu Pacific eyeing 10 additional Airbus planes, more Asian routes
11/19/2006 [-] Bush seeks help with North Korea President pressures Asian nations to boost effort
11/19/2006 [-] Ships arrive in Doha to lodge spectators in Asian Games
11/19/2006 [-] In Vietnam, Bush seeks Asia's help on N. Korea
11/19/2006 [-] APEC economic leaders' meeting concludes in Hanoi,declaration issued ReportHu Jintao visits 4 Asian nations, attends ...
11/18/2006 [-] Asia Pacific leaders end Hanoi summit calling for global trade talks
11/18/2006 [-] Hu expected to propose promotion of common Asia-Pacific development at APEC meeting
11/18/2006 [-] Reid Seeks Bi-partisan Participation for Change, Bush Talks Asian Trade in Radio Addresses
11/18/2006 [-] Malaysia's beach volleyball prospects at Asiad
11/18/2006 [-] Asia Rubtech Expo from November 23
11/18/2006 [-] Bush Asia, U.S. must trade, fight terror
11/18/2006 [-] Bush Asia, U.S. must trade and fight terror together
11/18/2006 [-] Ministry dilutes selection criteria for Asian Games
11/18/2006 [-] Bush US Will Remain Engaged in Asia
11/18/2006 [-] At Asia Summit, Bush Seeks Consensus on N. Korea
11/18/2006 [-] Bush touts U-S partnership with Asia
11/18/2006 [-] RP cue artists confident to win gold in Asian Games
11/18/2006 [-] Chinese president raises proposals for common development in Asia-Pacific region
11/18/2006 [-] China for common development of Asia-Pacific region
11/18/2006 [-] Let research cushion bumpy Asian ride
11/18/2006 [-] Hu expected to propose promotion of common Asia-Pacific development
11/18/2006 [-] Doha Asian Games soccer kicks off
11/17/2006 [-] SE Asian countries, U.S. vow to forge closer economic ties
11/17/2006 [-] Bush discusses terrorism, trade, NoKor with SE Asian leaders
11/17/2006 [-] Leaders tackle trade, NKorea at Asia summit
11/17/2006 [-] Motorola opens RD centres in Asia
11/17/2006 [-] China fields nearly 1,000 to defend Asian title
11/17/2006 [-] Red Cross meet seeks to reduce Asia's disaster toll
11/17/2006 [-] GM has high hopes for Asia market
11/17/2006 [-] ASIA 21 SUMMIT Asia Society bridges the Pacific
11/17/2006 [-] * Bahrain and Uzbekistan snatch Asian Cup places
11/17/2006 [-] GM eyes Asia for growth
11/17/2006 [-] GM aims for 10% of Asian market by 2010
11/17/2006 [-] Around the Markets Asian currencies post weekly losses
11/17/2006 [-] APEC is Russias option in Asia and the Pacific
11/17/2006 [-] GM aims to grab 10 percent of Asian auto market by 2010
11/17/2006 [-] Asia Japanese banks lead retreat
11/17/2006 [-] GM aims to grab 10% of Asian auto market by 2010, says regional chief
11/17/2006 [-] Gold decline in Asia on weakening oil price
11/17/2006 [-] Late Jordan blitz sinks Oman in AFC Asian Cup qualifier
11/17/2006 [-] ASIA Round up of business news and analysis
11/17/2006 [-] VIETNAM APEC leaders talk of Asian free trade area
11/17/2006 [-] Experts say President Bush's speech signals greater focus on Asia
11/16/2006 [-] President Bush Continues South Asia Tour
11/16/2006 [-] IBN 7 strikes Gold at Promax Asia
11/16/2006 [-] Bush pledges 'partnership' with Asia, while warning North Korea
11/16/2006 [-] Bush, in Asia, Makes Appeal on North Korea
11/16/2006 [-] The black and Asian donor crisis
11/16/2006 [-] Time to Get SMART about South Asian Nuclear Arms
11/16/2006 [-] Bush arrives in Vietnam for Asia Pacific summit
11/16/2006 [-] China thump NBA development champions in warm-up for Asiad
11/16/2006 [-] Bush affirms US ties with Asia
11/16/2006 [-] UrAsia Energy ups inferred mineral resource from Kazakh project by 69 pct
11/16/2006 [-] President Bush to Focus on Trade in Asia
11/16/2006 [-] Dalai Lama prays for reconciliation in Asia
11/16/2006 [-] Raising price of Petrol to America and reduce it to Europe and Asia
11/16/2006 [-] Few Asian nations have attributes for coal
11/16/2006 [-] Bush leaving next week for trip to Asia
11/16/2006 [-] Bush reassures Asian allies after U.S. election setbacks
11/16/2006 [-] UAE fight back to down Pakistan in AFC Asian Cup qualifier
11/16/2006 [-] Bush seeks to deepen Asian security and trade ties
11/16/2006 [-] Study shows Asia's growing role in Arctic pollution
11/16/2006 [-] Frequent Traveler Meet the new travelers in Asia The Smerfs
11/16/2006 [-] Uzbekistan, Bahrain clinch last Asian Cup final places
11/16/2006 [-] Bahrain scrape through to finals of AFC Asian Cup
11/16/2006 [-] Sri Lankan president to inaugurate Asian mayors' meet
11/16/2006 [-] Bush Argues for Economic Openness on Asia Trip
11/16/2006 [-] Bush says America will remain engaged in Asia
11/16/2006 [-] President Bush U.S. to remain engaged in Asia
11/16/2006 [-] Bush Affirms U.S. Commitment to Asia
11/16/2006 [-] Bush Affirms U.S. Commitment to Asia
11/16/2006 [-] Records and retreats in Asian markets
11/16/2006 [-] US is fully committed to Asia President Bush
11/16/2006 [-] Deutsche Boerse to look for partnerships in East Europe, Asia
11/16/2006 [-] Colony Capital Asia plans to grow the Raffles brand globally
11/16/2006 [-] Bush talks up free trade on Asian tour
11/16/2006 [-] Pakistan's Musharraf spares death row Briton
11/16/2006 [-] Bush tells Indian PM he's hopeful on nuclear deal
11/16/2006 [-] Citigroup wins 3 bln battle for Guangdong Bank
11/16/2006 [-] Citigroup wins bid for China bank stake
11/16/2006 [-] India PM discusses nuclear deal with US president Bush
11/16/2006 [-] Nepal rebels, government delay landmark peace deal signing
11/16/2006 [-] Dissidents silenced at Apec forum
11/16/2006 [-] Malaysia analyst charged
11/16/2006 [-] PAKSITAN Parliament amends rape laws
11/16/2006 [-] INDONESIA Debt relief offered in exchange for haze reduction
11/16/2006 [-] INDONESIA JI seeks to rebuild support base
11/16/2006 [-] VIETNAM APEC leaders increase pressure on North Korea
11/16/2006 [-] AUSTRALIA Melbourne university fosters Indonesian relations through m
11/16/2006 [-] CAMBODIA Khmer Rouge trials enters crucial phase.
11/16/2006 [-] British climber missing in Nepal
11/16/2006 [-] Bush meets with Asian allies on trade issues
11/16/2006 [-] In Asia, Bush takes on Democrats at home
11/16/2006 [-] Bush vows strong support for Asia
11/16/2006 [-] Apec leaders find fun with fashion, food
11/16/2006 [-] Bush calms Asian allies after election
11/16/2006 [-] Asian Games Potting for gold
11/16/2006 [-] Bush launches tour of Asia
11/16/2006 [-] President Bush vows lasting US ties to Asia
11/16/2006 [-] SKorean high school seniors sit for nationwide college entrance exam
11/16/2006 [-] Southeast Asia's banks urged to band together
11/16/2006 [-] Southeast Asian economies must improve their regulatory environment economists
11/16/2006 [-] Bush affirms U.S. commitment to Asia
11/16/2006 [-] India's anti-polio drive hit by false cancer scare reports
11/16/2006 [-] Japan central banker ready for rate hike anytime
11/16/2006 [-] Pakistan test-fires medium-range missile
11/16/2006 [-] Masiarczyk admits political fire has cooled
11/16/2006 [-] Bush reassure Asia of U.S. commitment
11/16/2006 [-] Bush backs Asia-Pacific trade zone
11/16/2006 [-] Pakistan fires nuclear-capable missile
11/16/2006 [-] Rice pushes idea of Asia-Pacific free trade area
11/16/2006 [-] Nepal govt, Maoist rebels delay peace deal signing negotiator
11/16/2006 [-] Pakistan's Musharraf spares Briton from hanging
11/16/2006 [-] China's Hu to meet with Canadian PM despite rights row official
11/16/2006 [-] S Korea to condemn North rights
11/16/2006 [-] S Asia rivals continue key talks
11/16/2006 [-] Bush to Deliver Address on U.S.-Asia Ties
11/16/2006 [-] Australia picks Sydney for center on U.S. Studies
11/16/2006 [-] Meeting on North Korea not needed Rice
11/16/2006 [-] Rape law gets lukewarm welcome
11/16/2006 [-] Bush launches Asia trip in Singapore
11/16/2006 [-] Asia subdued ahead of data
11/16/2006 [-] U.S. urges Asia-Pacific help to revive Doha talks
11/16/2006 [-] Thailand to install tsunami warning system in Indian Ocean
11/16/2006 [-] Bush to reassure Asia allies after election blow
11/16/2006 [-] SKorea to back UN resolution condemning NKorea rights record
11/16/2006 [-] North Korea offers South talks on unified Olympic team
11/15/2006 [-] Japan beat Saudi Arabia 3-1 in Asian Cup qualifier
11/15/2006 [-] Asia's 2007 growth hinges on U.S. economy
11/15/2006 [-] Around the Markets Fund manager pegs Australian dollar to rise
11/15/2006 [-] Asia Hang Seng hits record close
11/15/2006 [-] US sees reinvigorated Al Qaeda in South Asia
11/15/2006 [-] Oil Prices Steady in Slow Asian Trading
11/15/2006 [-] Bush launches week-long Asia trip in Singapore
11/15/2006 [-] Over 20 hurt as Taiwan plane nears S.Korea
11/15/2006 [-] Reinvigorated al Qaeda seen in S.Asia
11/15/2006 [-] Death sentence 'lifted on Briton'
11/15/2006 [-] Thailand may lift martial law in December security officials
11/15/2006 [-] Sri Lanka name two uncapped players for New Zealand tour
11/15/2006 [-] Johnson, Clark and Tait named in Australian Ashes Test squad
11/15/2006 [-] Beijing is not an 'acid rain zone' official
11/15/2006 [-] Pakistan softens Islamic law in favor of rape victims
11/15/2006 [-] Death sentence lifted on Briton
11/15/2006 [-] Afghan violence 'likely to rise'
11/15/2006 [-] Brit official to visit Tamil stronghold
11/15/2006 [-] Bush launches week-long Asia trip
11/15/2006 [-] Canadian values not for sale, Harper says after China snub
11/15/2006 [-] Thai junta in hot water over salaries and corporate jobs
11/15/2006 [-] Musharraf grants mercy to death-row Briton
11/15/2006 [-] Bush seeks to reassure Asian allies after U.S. election setbacks
11/15/2006 [-] Small tsunami crashes into Hawaii
11/15/2006 [-] Japan's parliament to pass bill to instill school 'patriotism'
11/15/2006 [-] North Korea dominates as Rice joins Asia Pacific meet
11/15/2006 [-] Pakistan hardliners threaten protests after rape law reform
11/15/2006 [-] Afghan insurgency threatens to derail US anti-drug program
11/15/2006 [-] Nepal rebels and government set to ink historic peace accord
11/15/2006 [-] NKorea dominates as Rice joins Asia Pacific meet
11/15/2006 [-] Crude prices flat in Asian trade
11/15/2006 [-] Bush visits Putin on way to Asia
11/15/2006 [-] Thaksin flees cold weather in Europe to Asia aide
11/15/2006 [-] 1 trillion exchange reserves spark debate in China
11/15/2006 [-] Bush launches week-long Asia trip
11/15/2006 [-] Bush begins weeklong tour of Asia
11/15/2006 [-] NKorea dominates as Rice joins Asia Pacific meet
11/15/2006 [-] China's volleyballers to save pride at Doha Asiad
11/15/2006 [-] Sri Lanka youth 'seized to fight'
11/15/2006 [-] BBC News South Asia World Edition
11/15/2006 [-] Pakistan Moves Toward Altering Rape Law
11/15/2006 [-] Bush opens Asia tour with Singapore visit
11/15/2006 [-] Church enters euthanasia debate
11/15/2006 [-] Bush arrives in Singapore en route to Hanoi
11/15/2006 [-] AudioCodes and Xener to Market VoIP Services in Asia Pacific
11/15/2006 [-] Asian Exporter Stocks Climb, Led by Samsung; BHP and East Japan Rail Drop
11/15/2006 [-] Cheng lends strength to Malaysia's shooting team at Asiad
11/15/2006 [-] Street Children on the Rise in Kabul
11/15/2006 [-] South Korean Tourism Resort in North Under Scrutiny
11/15/2006 [-] Beck juxtaposed Hitlers 'decree permitting euthanasia' with Clintons plan for health care
11/15/2006 [-] Thai Muslim teachers held for rebellion
11/15/2006 [-] North Korea Secretive
11/15/2006 [-] Death for Multan bombing
11/15/2006 [-] Capital inflows into India highest in Asia
11/15/2006 [-] Bush's Asia trip intensifies Iraq-Vietnam comparisons
11/15/2006 [-] BlueScope Steel Shares Surge as Profit Accelerates
11/15/2006 [-] Watch The Messages From The Metals Markets
11/15/2006 [-] Turkey suspends French military contacts
11/15/2006 [-] Democrats urge N. Korea nuclear talks
11/15/2006 [-] Time Asian hero out on bial after year in jail
11/15/2006 [-] Law protecting women passed in Pakistani national assembly
11/15/2006 [-] White House Puts WRONG Vietnamese Flag On Website To Announce Bush's Asia Visit...
11/15/2006 [-] Trade, N. Korea Top Agenda for Bush Asia Trip
11/15/2006 [-] Chairman Partnership with Asia vital to COMESA
11/15/2006 [-] Bush pays friendly visit to Putin on way to Asia
11/15/2006 [-] China Challenges US at Apec Forum
11/15/2006 [-] Asia-Pacific Business Leaders Call for End to Deadlock on World Trade
11/15/2006 [-] Japan downs Saudi Arabia 3-1 in Asia Cup qualifier
11/15/2006 [-] Bush leaves for Asia tour
11/15/2006 [-] China draw with Iraq 1-1 to qualify for Asian Cup
11/15/2006 [-] Murdered Tamil MP's funeral held
11/15/2006 [-] Bangladesh blockade is called off
11/15/2006 [-] 'India ready to go extra mile for better South Asia'
11/15/2006 [-] China snubs Canada ahead of APEC summit
11/15/2006 [-] Bush visits Putin on his way to Asia
11/15/2006 [-] Bush, on way to Asia, meets Putin
11/15/2006 [-] Pakistans Lower House Passes Landmark Womens Rights Bill
11/15/2006 [-] Vietnam Trade Measure Fails Ahead of Bush Visit to Hanoi
11/15/2006 [-] Bush visits Putin on way to Asia
11/15/2006 [-] Japan, Russia on tsunami alert but no big waves seen
11/15/2006 [-] Earthquake and politics
11/15/2006 [-] Islamist legislators in Pakistan oppose women's rights bill
11/15/2006 [-] Citi to announce China bank deal Thursday sources
11/15/2006 [-] Pakistan votes to roll back Islamic law on rape
11/15/2006 [-] 'Niice!' Kazakh state Web site a hit after Borat
11/15/2006 [-] Red Sox win right to negotiate with Japan's priciest baseball export
11/15/2006 [-] Bangladesh opposition suspends blockade
11/15/2006 [-] Ma Ying-jeou admits his office submitted falsified receipts
11/15/2006 [-] Pakistan approves reform of Islamic rape laws
11/15/2006 [-] Strong quake strikes northern Japan; tsunami warning issued
11/15/2006 [-] Nepal government, Maoists set to sign peace accord Thursday
11/15/2006 [-] S Asia rivals in anti-terror move
11/15/2006 [-] Fewer grooms in Kashmir
11/15/2006 [-] Japan Issues Tsunami Warning After Major Earthquake Hits Kuril Islands
11/15/2006 [-] Malaysian Leader Says Freedom Must Take Back Seat to National Unity
11/15/2006 [-] CORRECTED Quake hits Kuriles, tsunami warning in Japan
11/15/2006 [-] Man remanded over Mumbai deaths
11/15/2006 [-] Malaysians charged over murder
11/15/2006 [-] Taipei mayor 'in expense error'
11/15/2006 [-] Suspect admits Poso murders role
11/15/2006 [-] Tsunami warning issued for Japan
11/15/2006 [-] Bank of Baroda's Profit Increases 11 Percent on More Loans
11/15/2006 [-] UK smallcap opening Eurasia Mining edges up on successful drilling results
11/15/2006 [-] Bush protestors, supporters square of in Indonesian capital
11/15/2006 [-] PNG punishes senior officials over fugitive's flight
11/15/2006 [-] Two Malaysian police officers charged with murder of Mongolian model
11/15/2006 [-] Malaysia PM maps 12-pronged strategy to achieve 'developed' status by 2020
11/15/2006 [-] Asian Markets End Mostly Higher
11/15/2006 [-] Football Singapore-Palestine AFC Asian Cup Qualifier match cancelled
11/15/2006 [-] U.S. Commerce Secretary urges China to open markets
11/15/2006 [-] Singapore museum to give Bush glimpse of pan-Asian art
11/15/2006 [-] North Korea talks to resume in December envoy
11/15/2006 [-] India's army digs in over Siachen Glacier
11/15/2006 [-] Asia searches for security in trade
11/15/2006 [-] The new Vietnam welcomes the world
11/15/2006 [-] Bush strikes 'grand bargain' with Vietnam
11/15/2006 [-] India, Pakistan agree panel to tackle terrorism
11/15/2006 [-] China mulls widening consumption tax net
11/15/2006 [-] Chinese president departs for visit to 4 Asian nations, APEC summit
11/15/2006 [-] Indian troops kill eight rebels in Kashmir
11/15/2006 [-] Research before investing in Asia
11/15/2006 [-] Former Filipino senator wanted in coup plot arrested
11/15/2006 [-] India and Pakistan officials to wrap up talks
11/15/2006 [-] Pacific Rim talks focus on N. Korea as politics overtake economics
11/15/2006 [-] Bush heads to APEC with fair trade issues, NKorea on agenda
11/15/2006 [-] Canada favours APEC free trade zone as 'plan B' to WTO deal
11/15/2006 [-] Pakistan rape law reform debated
11/15/2006 [-] Chinese president leaves for 4 Asian nations, 14th APEC summit
11/15/2006 [-] India, Pakistan seal anti-terror deal
11/15/2006 [-] GOP House leaders withdraw Vietnam trade bill
11/15/2006 [-] Malaysian PM denounces any move to 'hijack' Islam
11/15/2006 [-] Maoists reported on fresh recruitment drive in Nepal
11/15/2006 [-] China detains two men from Taiwan on spying charges
11/15/2006 [-] Six-nation talks on North Korea likely in December
11/14/2006 [-] Earthquake jolts northern Indonesian island
11/14/2006 [-] Symantec to take web security to next level
11/14/2006 [-] Indonesian athletes hope to exceed Asiad target
11/14/2006 [-] US policeman who committed suicide in Cambodia jail cremated
11/14/2006 [-] New Zealand doctor jailed on 26 sex charges
11/14/2006 [-] Bush embarks on Asia trip
11/14/2006 [-] Fewer opting to study in the US
11/14/2006 [-] US test 'confirms' N Korea claim
11/14/2006 [-] Ousted Thai PM Thaksin off to Bali for vacation
11/14/2006 [-] Bush off to Asia to talk trade, security
11/14/2006 [-] Police uncover JI bombings plot in southern Philippines
11/14/2006 [-] Commission finds King Gyanendra guilty of suppression
11/14/2006 [-] Asian Games Bed Crisis
11/14/2006 [-] President Bush Departs for Asia Trip
11/14/2006 [-] Death toll in China mine blast hits 40
11/14/2006 [-] US envoy says NKorea talks could come in early December
11/14/2006 [-] Bush off to Asia to talk trade, grapple with Korean nuclear crisis
11/14/2006 [-] Asian stocks cave in as risks undermine minerals
11/14/2006 [-] Asian male underwear fashion
11/14/2006 [-] Arms dealer jailed for 18 months over planned Syrian deal
11/14/2006 [-] Philippines 'coup plotter' seized
11/14/2006 [-] Murdoch urges Australians not to turn on US over Iraq
11/14/2006 [-] Bush Flies To Asia After Election Sting
11/14/2006 [-] Fiber Water Invention Coming To Eurasia
11/14/2006 [-] Italians scout for Asian engineering talent
11/14/2006 [-] ASIA MARKETS Tokyo Stocks Surge After Release Of Upbeat GDP Data
11/14/2006 [-] Japan leads Asian ADR advance as GDP tops estimates
11/14/2006 [-] Most Asian markets rise as Japanese shares rally; Singapore,
11/14/2006 [-] Iran ready to form Asian common market FM
11/14/2006 [-] Top coup plotter arrested in Philippines
11/14/2006 [-] ecret War Still Killing Thousands
11/14/2006 [-] Chinese sub approached US aircraft carrier undetected
11/14/2006 [-] Restaurant chain unrolls new Asian Chao concept in Texas
11/14/2006 [-] Strike brings Bangla to three day standstill
11/14/2006 [-] Bush Faces Test on Asia Trip
11/14/2006 [-] Attack on Bangladesh mosque wounds 10
11/14/2006 [-] Bahar to Asian MPs USA and Israel targeted Palestinian democracy
11/14/2006 [-] India's Mary wins Asian Junior chess title
11/14/2006 [-] Anastasia Myskina signs for Auckland
11/14/2006 [-] Bush goes on Asia trip, first visit to Vietnam
11/14/2006 [-] India, Pakistan resume peace talks as blasts rock Kashmir
11/14/2006 [-] US Commerce Secretary Says Chinas Intellectual Piracy Hurts Trade Expansion
11/14/2006 [-] Pizza Hut now a major business for Yum in China
11/14/2006 [-] East Asian economies to grow for fifth consecutive year in 2006
11/14/2006 [-] Bush to Leave for Trip to Asia, First Visit to Vietnam
11/14/2006 [-] Asia-Europe transport corridor project speeds up
11/14/2006 [-] 'Eight die' in Sri Lanka violence
11/14/2006 [-] N. Dominates Meeting in Malaysia
11/14/2006 [-] Asia-Pacific industry chiefs to urge resumption of WTO talks
11/14/2006 [-] N. Korea dominates meeting in Malaysia
11/14/2006 [-] Nepal's Maoists in political makeover
11/14/2006 [-] Eight killed in Sri Lanka in fresh violence
11/14/2006 [-] Vatican faults Anglican move on euthanasia
11/14/2006 [-] President Bush departs for Asia today
11/14/2006 [-] East Asia Update
11/14/2006 [-] Thai Monks to stop morning rounds for alms in south
11/14/2006 [-] Hanoi off US religion blacklist
11/14/2006 [-] World leaders don tunics at summit
11/14/2006 [-] Asia Mining stocks lead decline
11/14/2006 [-] AirAsia CEO Says Airline Needs More Jets
11/14/2006 [-] India vow to turn form round on South Africa tour
11/14/2006 [-] Kagara Zinc Says It Has Been `Informally Approached'
11/14/2006 [-] Under the Gun
11/14/2006 [-] Asia-Pacific defense chief conference opens in Malaysia
11/14/2006 [-] Lara leads West Indies fight for survival against Pakistan
11/14/2006 [-] ASIA MARKETS Australia, Indonesia Shares Set Record Highs; Hong Kong Eases
11/14/2006 [-] Expo Real Asia 2006 to open in Macao next month
11/14/2006 [-] Malaysia hails resumption of North Korean talks for regional peace
11/14/2006 [-] Anti-US protests stepped up ahead of Bush's visit to Indonesia
11/14/2006 [-] Exit Polls Reveal Voting Pattern of Asian Americans
11/14/2006 [-] Bangkok a haven for Asian migrants
11/14/2006 [-] Moderate quake rocks Manila
11/14/2006 [-] Airbus super jumbo begins global test flight
11/14/2006 [-] Friend Lara sympathises with banned Akhtar over supper
11/14/2006 [-] Britain to push Sri Lanka peace bid amid child soldier charge
11/14/2006 [-] Japan squeezes North Korea further on trade
11/13/2006 [-] In Beijing, only one 'best friend' allowed
11/13/2006 [-] Beijing to build Asia's largest bio-tech incubator
11/13/2006 [-] East Asian bond market grows, but lacks liquidity--ADB
11/13/2006 [-] Australia's Telstra sees sharp upturn after weak first half
11/13/2006 [-] Indonesia, Australia sign landmark treaty
11/13/2006 [-] Taiwan opposition leader grilled over expenses
11/13/2006 [-] U.S. admiral urges closer China ties after sub scare
11/13/2006 [-] Foreigners seek surgery in Thailand despite dangers
11/13/2006 [-] Pakistani soldier, two rebels killed in Baluchistan clash
11/13/2006 [-] Bollywood filmmakers cross cultural borders with London shoots
11/13/2006 [-] Terror tops agenda as India, Pakistan open peace talks
11/13/2006 [-] Japan creating its own 'National Security Council'
11/13/2006 [-] Japan creating its own National Security Council
11/13/2006 [-] Unofficial Hong Kong election worries China
11/13/2006 [-] South Korea in new hunt for ex-president alleged illicit wealth
11/13/2006 [-] Japan considers ban on online ads for pirated CDs, DVDs
11/13/2006 [-] India, China in spat over border dispute ahead of Hu visit
11/13/2006 [-] Taiwan mayor questioned over fund
11/13/2006 [-] Healthy growth not a cure-all in Central Europe and Asia
11/13/2006 [-] Asian Chip Firms Face Supply Glut
11/13/2006 [-] Rap Vets Featured On New Fantasia CD
11/13/2006 [-] US removes Vietnam from religion blacklist ahead of summit
11/13/2006 [-] Chinese president expected to sign free trade pact with Pakistan
11/13/2006 [-] US commerce chief says China copyright theft threatens trade ties
11/13/2006 [-] Pakistan Link Seen in Afghan Suicide Attacks
11/13/2006 [-] An Afghan woman overcomes the burqa challenge
11/13/2006 [-] Mild quake shakes Philippine capital
11/13/2006 [-] Wealth of East Asia's emerging middle class needs direction
11/13/2006 [-] Partnership to boost flow of information on terrorism, crime
11/13/2006 [-] Japan PM Abe keeps majority support, but popularity drops polls
11/13/2006 [-] US House rejects key Vietnam trade bill in rebuff to Bush
11/13/2006 [-] US dissident deported from Vietnam arrives home
11/13/2006 [-] Terror to top agenda as India, Pakistan resume peace talks
11/13/2006 [-] APEC leaders to call for study on free trade area US
11/13/2006 [-] EU Gives Cautious Reception to Calls for Greater Role in Afghanistan
11/13/2006 [-] Indonesia puppetry show
11/13/2006 [-] Asian Chip Firms Face Supply Glut
11/13/2006 [-] Vietnam off US religion blacklist
11/13/2006 [-] MP pushes for voluntary euthanasia Bill
11/13/2006 [-] Las Vegas Casinos Look to Asia Investments states
11/13/2006 [-] Asia Masters from Nov. 15
11/13/2006 [-] Oil Prices Start Off Flat in Asia
11/13/2006 [-] Airbus A380 superjumbo takes off for Asia in final series of test flights
11/13/2006 [-] Asian Chip Firms Face Supply Glut
11/13/2006 [-] MoneyMovesAsia Members are Unhappy
11/13/2006 [-] Incheon Steps Further to Hosting Asian Games
11/13/2006 [-] Chinese dissident denied asylum in Taiwan now stranded in Thailand
11/13/2006 [-] Bill to enforce Islamic principles passed in Pakistani province
11/13/2006 [-] Political violence in Bangladesh leaves up to three dead
11/13/2006 [-] S Asia rivals set to resume talks
11/13/2006 [-] Asia's Foreign Reserves Slow Growth Rate
11/13/2006 [-] U.S. Pacific fleet commander visits China
11/13/2006 [-] Rwanda Rwandans to Reap From Kagame's Visit to Asia
11/13/2006 [-] U.S. drops Vietnam from religious intolerance list
11/13/2006 [-] Motorola inks $1.6B China phone deal
11/13/2006 [-] Mumbai train commuters are frisked
11/13/2006 [-] Airbus A380 jets to Asia at the start of 17-day test program
11/13/2006 [-] Seoul rejects U.S. N. Korea plea
11/13/2006 [-] Birkart Globistics' New Group CEO
11/13/2006 [-] Asia Summit Pushes WTO Talks, Free Trade
11/13/2006 [-] Taiwan's hardware makers explore India
11/13/2006 [-] Debating carrots or sticks for Yangon
11/13/2006 [-] SPEAKING FREELY Reviving the India-Russia partnership
11/13/2006 [-] India pray for form on South Africa tour
11/13/2006 [-] US fallout on nuclear deal
11/13/2006 [-] Executive's son seized near Delhi
11/13/2006 [-] Indonesian boy dies of bird flu, woman in hospital being tre
11/13/2006 [-] Indonesian restaurant bomber tried to kill himself in 'c
11/13/2006 [-] Asia Markets Tokyo shares lead region lower; Mining shares tumble in Sydney
11/13/2006 [-] 'Taleban law' passed in Pakistan
11/13/2006 [-] Saudi to lift oil sales to Asia
11/13/2006 [-] Bingham targets Asia with Hong Kong launch
11/13/2006 [-] Protest over Tamil leader's death
11/13/2006 [-] EU renews Uzbek sanctions
11/13/2006 [-] NATO troops in Afghanistan recapture al-Qaeda escapee
11/13/2006 [-] S. Korea balks at new sanctions on North
11/13/2006 [-] India confident of getting 2014 Asian Games
11/13/2006 [-] AUSTRALIA Oxfam focusses on poverty in G20 leadup
11/13/2006 [-] VIETNAM Rights group releases damning report on street children
11/13/2006 [-] KOREA Seoul defies US on searching Pyongyang ships
11/13/2006 [-] AUSTRALIA Canberra to sign security pact with Jakarta
11/13/2006 [-] CHINA One dog policy aims to stop spread of rabies
11/13/2006 [-] JAPAN School bullying claims lives
11/13/2006 [-] China beat Cameroon in Asian Cup warm-up
11/13/2006 [-] U.S. eyes China's naval power on high-level visit


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