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WTO rules against China over tyre exports to US (AFP)

AFP – The WTO on Monday rejected China’s complaint against punitive US tariffs on Chinese tyres, a landmark ruling on safeguards invoked by Washington...

Lampung`s frozen shrimp exports in October worth US$13 million

Lampung province last October exported a total of 1.70 million tons of frozen shrimp worth US$13.448 million to five countries, a local official said.

Senators push for China currency bill (Reuters)

Reuters – A pair of senators on Monday planned a last-ditch push for the Senate to vote on China currency legislation already approved by the House of...

Progress on rights essential for US-Vietnam ties: US (AFP)

AFP – Progress on human rights is essential for the growth of ties between the United States and Vietnam, a senior US official said Monday.

Jordan: Role in Afghanistan to help Muslims (AP)

AP – Jordan says its peacekeeping mission to Afghanistan is meant to help fellow Muslims rather than the American military, in response to opposition criticism.

U.S. hails "major victory" in tires spat with China

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. government on Monday welcomed a World Trade Organization ruling that upheld President Barack Obama's controversial…

Sri Lanka frees ‘pro-Tamil Tiger’ doctor T Satyamoorthi

By Swaminathan Natarajan BBC Tamil Continue reading the main story Sri Lanka After War Profile: Mahinda Rajapaksa Election a family affair Q&A: Post-war Sri lanka...

Pakistan doctor arrested on suspicion of blasphemy

KARACHI, Pakistan-Pakistani authorities have arrested a doctor on suspicion of violating the country’s contentious blasphemy law by throwing away a business card...

Jordan opposition accuses government of apostasy (AP)

AP – Jordan’s powerful Islamic opposition has accused the government of apostasy for assisting the U.S. in Afghanistan.

Obama calls Turkish PM over leaked cables (AP)

AP – President Barack Obama called Turkey’s prime minister to mend ties following the release on the WikiLeaks website of U.S. diplomatic cables containing...