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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2253

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Sridevi follows mystery deaths of fellow entertainers

The popular Bollywood star Sridevi is no more, but her death still remains a mystery for all her fans.

Sri Devi
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The Undeterred Journey for the Missing

We are fortunate to witness this moment when the Government led by President Sirisena and Prime Minister Wickremesinghe has given life to an important promise made to the people of this nation. The Office on Missing Persons Act was passed in August 2016 and on 27 February, a seven-member commission was announced to lead its activities and investigations starting immediately.

The Undeterred Journey for the Missing
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Sudden Demise of Chinese rights lawyer raises suspicions

According to Reuters News Reports, a well-known Chinese rights lawyer died suddenly in hospital of liver failure on Monday.

Li Baiguang
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Slapping Tariff on Steel and Aluminium: “trade wars are good,” says President Trump

President Trump appears to be determined to slap 25% and 10% tariff on steel and aluminium respectively despite the criticism – and warnings - from the allies and his own Republican Party. His critics see the move, in line with presidential campaign promises, could lead to potentially serious trade wars involving the nation affected and the US.

Slapping Tariff on Steel and Aluminium: “trade wars are good,” says President Trump
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What a Friday!

I travel a lot by air. Last week I was in one such trip when I left my home in a suburb of Philadelphia very early in the morning to be at the airport by 6 a.m. There was no direct fight to my ultimate destination in Chattanooga, TN. My American Airlines (AA) flight took me first to Charlotte, NC, one of its major hubs before I boarded the connecting flight.

What a Friday!
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