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New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern mistakes Japan for China on Tokyo visit

New Zealand’s popular Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern blamed flight fatigue on a slip on the tongue gaffe on his first official visit to Japan. She had only just landed in the country when she was confronted by cameras and she opened her interview with “incredibly…
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Buckingham Palace fuming over David Cameron's revelations

  The Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, David Cameron, has revealed in an interview with the BBC that he asked if Queen Elizabeth could “raise an eyebrow” during the 2014 Scottish independence referendum, a request resulted in a scarce comment by…
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Four more stations on Bangkok's MRT line open this weekend

AfteThis year has seen the launch of five new stations on Bangkok’s MRT already with Wat Mangkon, Sam Yot, Sanam Chai, Itsaraphap and Tha Phra all being given the green light on August on the MRT Blue Line Extension. This weekend will see four more stations running…
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The Rugby World Cup in Japan gets underway tomorrow in Tokyo

Rugby fans from all over the world are descending on Japan ahead of the Rugby World Cup opening match tomorrow. Japan will take on Russia in the Aijnomoto Stadium in Tokyo at 7:45pm local time, after the opening ceremony. It is the first time that the tournament has been…
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Argentina approves new food law after protests

After weeks of mass protests and begging from social groups, Christian leaders and unions, the senate in Argentina approved a food emergency law on Wednesday that will attempt to address the povery, unemployment and desperation on the country’s streets. The new law…
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Thailand will look again to boost ties with China even further

Thailand and China have opened discussion to worth together on boosting their relationship after a meeting on Thursday between Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and Song Tao, Minister of China’s International Liaison Department at Government House. With regards to…