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Fired scientists in Canada failed to protect sensitive information, newly released records say - apnews.com - Canada - China

Fired scientists in Canada failed to protect sensitive information, newly released records say

OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Two scientists at Canada’s top infectious disease laboratory lost their jobs after reviews found they failed to protect sensitive assets and information, and failed to acknowledge collaborations with China, newly released records show.

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Nikkei staff writer - Chinese sales of bad-loan securities jump 46% in 2023 - asia.nikkei.com - Japan - city Tokyo - China

Chinese sales of bad-loan securities jump 46% in 2023

TOKYO -- The sales in China of bond-like securities backed by nonperforming debt held by banks surged by 46% last year, according to data released by the Japanese government Wednesday.

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Nikkei staff writers - Hong Kong's new security law prompts foreign envoys to lodge concerns - asia.nikkei.com - Canada - Hong Kong - city Hong Kong - Eu

Hong Kong's new security law prompts foreign envoys to lodge concerns

HONG KONG -- Foreign missions in Hong Kong are moving to formally lodge concerns over new national security legislation, particularly vague provisions on state secrets and foreign interference.

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Nikkei senior staff writer - Asian lender ADB to raise share of climate loans to 55% by 2030 - asia.nikkei.com - city Tokyo

Asian lender ADB to raise share of climate loans to 55% by 2030

TOKYO -- The Asian Development Bank intends to allocate 55% of its financing toward addressing climate change by the end of the decade, up from less than 40% now, Nikkei has learned.

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Nikkei staff writer - Japan should fully lift arms export ban: ex-security chief - asia.nikkei.com - Japan - city Tokyo

Japan should fully lift arms export ban: ex-security chief

TOKYO -- Japan should in principle allow exports of defense equipment as Tokyo faces its "toughest and most complicated" security environment in the postwar era, a former head of the country's National Security Secretariat told Nikkei recently.

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Agence FrancePresse - Calls grow to name ‘traitor’ politician who ‘sold out’ Australia to a foreign power - scmp.com - New Zealand - Canada - China - Usa - Russia - Britain - Australia - city Canberra

Calls grow to name ‘traitor’ politician who ‘sold out’ Australia to a foreign power

In an extraordinary public revelation, Australia’s director general of security Mark Burgess said a spy team from an unnamed country had cultivated and recruited a former Australian politician.

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Anwar Ibrahim - Maria Siow - Malaysia keeps eye on ‘status quo’, Beijing trade ties with quiet approach in South China Sea - scmp.com - China - city Beijing - Malaysia

Malaysia keeps eye on ‘status quo’, Beijing trade ties with quiet approach in South China Sea

Malaysia’s low-key response to Chinese coastguard patrols of its exclusive economic zone (EEZ) signals an interest in maintaining economic ties with Beijing and a desire not to “politicise or unilaterally alter the status quo in the region”, analysts have said.

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Justin Porter - Thursday Briefing: U.N. Warns of Famine in Gaza - nytimes.com - Israel - Egypt

Thursday Briefing: U.N. Warns of Famine in Gaza

At least a quarter of Gaza’s population is “one step away from famine,” a U.N. humanitarian aid official told the Security Council yesterday. Aid groups say that people are so hungry they are resorting to eating leaves, donkey feed and food scraps.

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