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Tokyo has protested to Panama about planned size limits on ships passing through the Panama Canal, saying they could prevent some U.S. natural gas from reaching customers in Asia.

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A professional dancer’s death sparked a violent protest in a Rio de Janeiro slum, and armed men torched nearly three dozen buses at a depot outside São Paulo.

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China’s environmental watchdog on Wednesday lifted a nearly eight-month ban on new projects at the country’s two largest refining companies after it determined they met pollution targets last year.

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Australia has received a draft agreement prepared by Malaysian officials outlining plans to handle wreckage from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, while authorities examine objects that washed ashore in Australia.

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Thailand’s central bank held interest rates steady despite a fast decelerating economy caused by ongoing political tensions.

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Prosecutors expanded their investigation into the owner of the sunken South Korean passenger ferry as they struggle to pinpoint the cause of the tragedy.

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Pirates stopped a Singapore-owned tanker in the Malacca Strait and stole several million liters of diesel fuel on Tuesday.

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Fighting in South Sudan appeared to intensify following rebel advances into oil-producing towns that led to widespread civilian deaths.

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A still-weak but relatively stable outlook for factory activity in China could ease pressure on Beijing to step up targeted stimulus measures.

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[22 Apr 2014 | Comments Off | ]

France is trying to prevent French nationals from traveling to Syria to join jihadist groups fighting the regime, underscoring concerns that Syria has become an incubator for terrorist attacks on European soil.