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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2401

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Air China to fly three flights a week: Chengdu - Colombo

Air Chin to start direct service between Chengdu and Colombo in February, the airline said in a statement.

Air China to fly three flights a week:  Chengdu - Colombo
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Sri Lanka provides immediate assistance to relieve potable water crisis in Maldives

The Government of Sri Lanka commenced delivery of drinking water to the capital Malé by the evening of 5th December.

Sri Lanka provides immediate assistance to relieve potable water crisis in Maldives
Sri Lanka provides immediate assistance to relieve potable water crisis in Maldives
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Letter from America: Minority Report

Minority problem is a recurrent issue in almost all parts of the world, including the more inclusive USA. On Thursday (Dec. 4) evening a 15-year-old Muslim boy of Somali descent - Abdisamad Sheikh-Hussein - was struck by a SUV intentionally as he was leaving the Somali Center of Kansas City after leading a prayer service there. He was a Hafiz (one who memorized the entire Qur’an by heart). The impact of collision pinned him down and killed him. Another Muslim teenager also sustained severe but not life-threatening injuries.

Letter from America: Minority Report
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Falling Oil Prices: winners and losers

Petrol prices at the pump are falling and the drop is palpable at British forecourts, especially when you fill up the tank full or even half full. So, understandably, we, the motorists are fairly delighted at the development for obvious reasons; yet an inexplicable anxiety over the same is looming over our heads, as the understanding of the unintended consequences is beyond our grasp.

Falling Oil Prices: winners and losers
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