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 Issue: April 23, 2014   (Archive)
Wednesday, April 23, 2014   

No apology by Manila in hostage fiasco deal (Hong Kong)
(04-23 16:53)
The Hong Kong and Philippine governments have issued a joint statement, announcing a resolution to the fallout from the Manila hostage crisis. In the brief...   
04-23 18:31 -  Greece achieves primary budget surplus in 2013 (World)
04-23 18:27 -  (Football) Barcelona transfer ban suspended (Sports)
04-23 18:26 -  (Football) Verbeek fired as Nuremberg coach (Sports)
04-23 18:25 -  Thai Red Shirt activist shot dead in Bangkok (World)
04-23 18:24 -  Better business activity in Europe: survey (Business)
04-23 17:10 -  Eurozone deficits improve, debt mounts (Business)
04-23 17:08 -  China pork firm scales down IPO target (Business)
04-23 17:04 -  Justin Bieber visits Japan war shrine (World)
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China Business News
Man U kick out Moyes
English Premier League football club and global brand Manchester United sacked manager David Moyes yesterday after a disastrous 10-month spell.
China Business News
Aquino man a no-show as Manila team flies in
Philippine President Benigno Aquino's right-hand man and the police chief were a no-show, throwing into doubt the quest by Manila mayor Joseph Estrada to help families of victims of the 2010 hostage tragedy to find closure.

  • Aquino man a no-show as Manila team flies in
  • Estrada to present apology resolution
  • Law on 'anti-locust' acts less likely: EOC
  • Two-tier system urged by DAB

  • Street band plays sour tune over return of traffic
  • Five months for 'licking' tutor, 72
  • Lifeguards tread water in 'sick leave' apology
  • The book that gives everyman a pedestal

  • Yuan conversion cap may be lifted
  • Mobile rings in profit decline
  • CNOOC output belies problems
  • Be tougher than rest

  • Anger grows over search for bodies
  • Killer MERS virus claims two more Saudis
  • No-show setback for Thai poll talks
  • Money call to Savile's sex targets

    Old foes block path to glory
    The last thing Real Madrid wanted was another Champions League semi-final clash against Bayern Munich, and today, they will need to get the better of familiar foes who appear to have their number.

    NZ wins fight for Crouching Tiger
    A prequel to the Oscar-winning Chinese martial arts epic Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon will be shot in New Zealand this year.

    Ditching Asian Games is a winner for Hanoi
    Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung announced last week that his country is not prepared to host the 2019 Asian Games.

  • Blast from the past

  • Paradise found
  • China Business News

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