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Spice exports slip 20% amid concern over safety of MDH, Everest products

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Amid an overall uptick in India’s goods exports in May, spice exports slipped 20 per cent year-on-year, official trade data released Friday showed. This comes after Hong Kong and Singapore in April found higher than permissible levels of pesticide ethy…

U.S. bars imports from more footwear, seafood and aluminum firms allegedly linked with Uyghur forced labour

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The U.S. has added three more companies to an entity list that bars imports from firms allegedly involved with Uyghur forced labour in China, according to a U.S. government notice posted online on Tuesday.…
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Apple WWDC 2024 13 things we learned including what Apple Intelligence is and why a Calculator app can be exciting

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The Apple WWDC 2024 keynote is always one of the highlights of the tech calendar, and this year’s edition was bigger than most. That’s because, as widely predicted, Tim Cook used the occasion to reveal Apple Intelligence – arguably the bigg…

Treasury sanctions 10 linked to financial facilitator for Houthi shipments

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Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen speaks during a Senate Appropriations Subcommittee hearing on June 4. The Treasury Department issues sanctions on 10 individuals and entities on Monday. Photo by Ken Cedeno/UPI | License Photo
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Explained: 7 countries, whose leaders will attend Modi’s swearing today

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By Uday M Srivastava
Narendra Modi will be sworn in as the Prime Minister of India for a third time, today (June 9). A number of dignitaries will be present for the functions, including the leaders of seven countries with whom India shares a close rela…

Shadowy exotic pet trade thrives in Pacific island nation

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HONIARA, Solomon Islands: The Pacific’s Solomon Islands has become a key player in the global live animal trade, with foreign collectors sourcing exotic species including some subject to trade bans, an AFP investigation has found.…
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Philippines and France commit to protect oceans, ratify High Seas Treaty

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LOGO. French ambassador to Manila Marie Fontanel presents the visual identity of the Blue Nations initiative on Wednesday, June 5.…
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China Coast Guard seizes Philippine supplies for outpost in Second Thomas Shoal: Source

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MANILA – The China Coast Guard (CCG) has been accused of seizing and dumping overboard food and other supplies meant for Filipino troops stationed at a remote outpost in Second Thomas Shoal, and allegedly obstructing a medical evacuation of ailin…

Japan is determined to keep hunting whales. And now it has a brand new ‘mothership’

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Wearing a toy whale hat, whale tie and a whale motif shirt, Hideki Tokoro spends much of his days thinking about the world’s largest mammals. But he doesn’t want to protect them.…
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Marcos calls new China coast guard rules ‘worrisome’

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FILE PHOTO: Chinese Coast Guard vessels fire water cannons towards a Philippine resupply vessel Unaizah on May 4 as it made its way to the Second …