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Kishida says Fukushima wastewater release can't be delayed | The Asahi Shimbun: Breaking News, Japan News and Analysis

Japan's new prime minister on Sunday said the planned mass disposal of wastewater stored at the tsunami-wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant cannot be delayed, despite concerns from local residents.

Why Newcastle vs Tottenham was suspended for 16 minutes as Harry Kane ends goalscoring draught

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'Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha' final episode pulls in highest ratings for series – Manila Bulletin

The Korean drama “Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha” bid goodbye to its viewers as it aired its 16th and last episode on Oct. 17 and ended with a bang. Viewers were drawn to the romance between Yoon Hye-jin (played by Shin Min-a) and Hong Du-sik (Kim Seon-ho) and the colorful people in the town of Gongjin. Hye

South Korea's nuclear envoy pins hope on end-of-war declaration to resume talks with North

Squid Blame! Hit Netflix show that depicts potentially deadly games may breed bullies, expert warns

Parents may be teaching their children to be bullies and harming their 'social and emotional development' by letting them watch ultra-violent Squid Game (pictured), an expert has warned.

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Crowe's soft power gift

The tweeted pictures and messages about Thailand from Hollywood star Russell Crowe come at the right place and time.

'Art transcends race': Paris Opera Ballet's first Asian etoile ballerina | Life

SEOUL, Oct 18 — When Sae Eun Park auditioned for the world’s oldest ballet institution, her Paris hotel room was so small she could not fully stretch her legs. A decade later the South Korean has become the first Asian ballerina to reach the top “etoile” — or “star” — rank in the...

Australia's BHP and POSCO agree to reduce coke consumption by using hydrogen

[Courtesy of POSCO]SEOUL -- Australias resources company BHP and South Koreas steel group POSCO agreed to establish a cooperative system for the reduction of carbon emissions, reduce coke consumption by using hydrogen, and conduct a joint study on utilizing eco-friendly biomass materials such a

Son Heung-min scores for Tottenham, quells COVID-19 speculation

Son Heung-min scores for Tottenham, quells COVID-19 speculation

Chiang Mai readies for high season

Following the easing of Covid-19 restrictions on Sept 1, the tourism sector in Chiang Mai is eager to observe positive signals as more activities resume.

Asia-Pacific Stocks Slip as Investors Await China's Third-Quarter GDP Print

Chinese economic data, including the country’s third-quarter gross domestic product and September retail sales, was released on Monday.

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How Biden and Kerry could rebuild America's global climate leadership

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McIlroy captures 20th US PGA title with victory at Vegas

McIlroy captures 20th US PGA title with victory at Vegas

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U.S. Futures, Asia Stocks Dip as Bond Yields Jump: Markets Wrap

(Bloomberg) -- Most Asian stocks and U.S. futures slid Monday as surging energy prices cemented worries about inflation and as Chinese growth slowed. Bond yields rose. MSCI Inc.’s gauge of Asia Pacific shares was on track for its first decline in four sessions as equities dropped in Japan, Hong Kong and China, where economy slowed in the third quarter. U.S. contracts dipped after American stocks advanced on Friday, with the S&P 500 chalking its best week since July as earnings buoyed sentiment. Bond yields in New Zealand and Australia jumped after New Zealand’s inflation accelerated to the fastest pace in 10 years. Yields on Australia’s three-year bond surged as much as 18 basis points to the highest since January. Ten-year Treasury yields extended a climb back toward 1.6%, while the dollar edged higher. Oil prices built on their eighth weekly gain with West Texas Intermediate crude rising above $83 a barrel to the highest since 2014. Brent approached $86 a barrel. Investors continue to grapple with worries about inflation amid surging energy shortages that are prompting more production cuts and sending bond yields higher. At the same time, the economic recovery remains patchy while central bankers are inching closer to paring back stimulus. U.S. consumer sentiment fell unexpectedly in early October, but retail sales advanced. “We are starting to see some cracks in the transitory narrative that we’ve been hearing for quite some time,” Meera Pandit, global market strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, said on Bloomberg Radio. “Rates will continue to ground higher from where we are. But I don’t think from a Fed perspective, when you think about the short end of the curve, that they are going to move much earlier than 2023. They are going to be a little bit more patient than the market expects right now.” Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey said the central bank will “have to act” to curb inflationary forces and warning higher energy costs mean price pressures will linger. Mohammed El-Erian, the chief economic adviser at Allianz SE and a Bloomberg columnist, said investors should prepare for increased market volatility if the Federal Reserve pulls back on stimulus measures set in motion by the Covid-19 pandemic. In China, headwinds from a property slump to an energy crisis and subdued consumer spending weighed on growth. People’s Bank of China Governor Yi Gang said authorities can contain risks posed to the Chinese economy and financial system from the struggles of China Evergrande Group. Elsewhere, Bitcoin rallied back above $62,000 as the first U.S. Bitcoin futures ETF may debut Monday. For more market analysis, read our MLIV blog. Events to watch this week: Earnings roll in, including from AT&T Inc., Barclays Plc, Johnson & Johnson, Netflix Inc. and Tesla Inc. Bank Indonesia rate decision and briefing, Tuesday China’s NPC Standing Committee starts a meeting Tuesday that goes on through Oct. 23. A review of anti-monopoly regulations is on the agenda U.S. housing starts, Tuesday EIA crude oil inventory report, Wednesday China property prices, loan prime rates, Wednesday U.S. Conference Board leading index, U.S. existing home sales, jobless claims, Thursday Fed Chair Jerome Powell takes part in policy panel discussion, Friday Some of the main moves in markets: Stocks S&P 500 futures were little changed as of 12:31 p.m. in Tokyo. The S&P 500 rose 0.8% Nasdaq 100 futures slid 0.2%. The Nasdaq 100 rose 0.6% Topix index fell 0.3% S&P/ASX 200 Index rose 0.2% Kospi index rose 0.1% Hang Seng Index fell 0.5% Shanghai Composite Index fell 0.4% Euro Stoxx 50 futures were little changed Currencies The Japanese yen was at 114.32 per dollar, down 0.1% The offshore yuan was at 6.4381 per dollar The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index rose 0.2% The euro was at $1.1583 Bonds The yield on 10-year Treasuries rose three basis points to 1.60% Australia’s 10-year government bond yield jumped about nine basis points to 1.74% Commodities West Texas Intermediate crude rose 1.6% to $83.56 a barrel Gold was at $1,768.15 an ounce ©2021 Bloomberg L.P.

Betway expands presence in NBA to 6 teams with Dallas Mavericks sponsorship deal

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World's toughest travel curbs finally loosening

HONG KONG: Some of the world’s longest and toughest Covid-induced border curbs are finally being eased, with Asia-Pacific countries taking their firmest steps yet toward reopening to international travel in recent days.

Singapore non-oil export growth rises to 12.3% in September, higher than expected

Shipment of electronic products expanded 14.4 per cent on an annual basis, extending a 16.7 per cent gain in August.. Read more at

Report: US$590mil in ransomware payments reported to US in 2021 as attacks surge

New data out on Oct 15 showed US$590mil (RM2.45bil) in ransomware-related payments were reported to US authorities in the first half of 2021, setting a pace to beat totals for the previous decade as cyber-extortion booms.

How to watch Samsung's surprise Galaxy Unpacked 2021 Part 2 event

Samsung has announced the Galaxy Unpacked 2021 Part 2 event for October 20, 2021, and here is how you can watch it live via a video stream. - SamMobile

Wooyeong Jeong: Matchday 8's Man of the Matchday keeps Freiburg unbeaten

How many teams in Europe’s top five leagues remain unbeaten in the new season? Well, thanks to Wooyeong Jeong, Freiburg are one of just four, joining Liverpool, AC Milan and Napoli in enjoying unvanquished starts to 2021/22.

ESG investing 2.0 emerges

The second iteration of environmental, social and governance investing will require a stronger level of authenticity, accountability and focus on tangible outcomes, according to sustainability experts.

EA Sports braces for FIFA breakup

Asia-Pacific Stocks Mostly Slip as Investors Await China's Third-Quarter GDP Print

Chinese economic data, including the country’s third-quarter gross domestic product and September retail sales, was released on Monday.

The Squid Game K-shock

When I saw the K-pop sensations BTS taking centre stage at the United Nations headquarters in New York ahead of the General Assembly last month, I was surprised by the cheerful mood of the world-renowned boy band from Asia.

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