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Agence FrancePresse - Australia jails Afghanistan war crimes whistle-blower for leaking secret defence files - scmp.com - Usa - Afghanistan - Australia - city Canberra

Australia jails Afghanistan war crimes whistle-blower for leaking secret defence files

David McBride, who pleaded guilty in November to three charges of stealing and sharing military information, was given five years and eight months’ imprisonment, Australian media reports said.

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Abdul Wahid Hamas - Heavy rains set off flash floods in northern Afghanistan, killing at least 84 people - cnbc.com - Afghanistan - province Kandahar - province Faryab

Heavy rains set off flash floods in northern Afghanistan, killing at least 84 people

More heavy rains in Afghanistan have triggered flash floods, raising the death toll to 84 in the country's north following weeks of devastating torrents that had already left hundreds dead and missing, a Taliban spokesman said Sunday.

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At least 66 dead as new floods hit Afghanistan’s Faryab province - aljazeera.com - Afghanistan - city Kabul - province Faryab - province Baghlan

At least 66 dead as new floods hit Afghanistan’s Faryab province

Flooding damaged more than 1,500 houses, swamped more than 400 hectares of agricultural land and killed livestock.

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David Dodwell - Western concerns about Chinese oversupplies are woefully misplaced - scmp.com - China - city Beijing - Germany

Western concerns about Chinese oversupplies are woefully misplaced

The narrative is enticing, plausible and wrong. And it is being ruthlessly exploited to justify protectionism on a scale unprecedented since the 1930 Smoot-Hawley Act, which eventually imposed mountainous tariffs on more than 20,000 imported goods.

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Japan's small regional companies vie to raise pay amid labor shortage - asia.nikkei.com - Japan - city Tokyo

Japan's small regional companies vie to raise pay amid labor shortage

TOKYO -- As Japanese regional businesses wage fierce battles for workers amid a deepening nationwide labor shortage, pay at companies employing 10 to 99 people rose much faster in rural prefectures like Miyazaki than in urban centers during the five years through 2023.

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CNA - Singaporeans travelling to Malaysia told to be vigilant after deadly Johor police station attack - scmp.com - Malaysia - Singapore - city Singapore - city Kuala Lumpur

Singaporeans travelling to Malaysia told to be vigilant after deadly Johor police station attack

The Singapore government on Friday advised Singaporeans who are in or travelling to Malaysia to exercise vigilance after an attack took place at a police station in Ulu Tiram on the outskirts of Johor Bahru.

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Deadly Clashes in a French Pacific Territory Raise Fears of Civil War - nytimes.com - France - China - Usa - state Indiana - county Pacific - Australia - Solomon Islands - Vanuatu - New Caledonia

Deadly Clashes in a French Pacific Territory Raise Fears of Civil War

A chocolate factory and a soda bottling plant set on fire. Molotov cocktails thrown at the police, and prisoners taking guards hostage. Five people dead. As protests against French control boiled over this week in New Caledonia, the South Pacific archipelago experienced some of its most intense violence since a civil war decades ago.

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MARI YAMAGUCHI - Japan passes a revised law allowing joint child custody for divorced parents for the first time - apnews.com - Japan - city Tokyo

Japan passes a revised law allowing joint child custody for divorced parents for the first time

TOKYO (AP) — Japan’s parliament on Friday passed a revision to the country’s civil code that will allow divorced parents the option of joint child custody, a change that brings the nation in line with many other countries.

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Emmanuel Macron - Violence in New Caledonia subsides slightly as France sends reinforcements for security - apnews.com - France - city Paris - New Caledonia

Violence in New Caledonia subsides slightly as France sends reinforcements for security

PARIS (AP) — The number of violent incidents reported in the French Pacific territory of New Caledonia fell slightly on Friday, a day after France imposed a state of emergency as 1,000 promised reinforcements for security services were deployed with increased powers to quell unrest in the archipelago that has long sought independence.

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