SHENZHEN — Huawei Technologies founder Ren Zhengfei said he foresaw the clash with the US government, saying it was a matter of time before the Chinese telecommunications equipment maker threatened US interests and attracted retaliation.
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JAKARTA — Indonesian President Joko Widodo comfortably won last month's presidential poll, an official count showed, but the refusal of his opponent Prabowo Subianto to concede defeat has triggered the prospect of both a legal challenge and street protests.
SINGAPORE — Malaysia’s request to suspend the rapid transit project with Singapore should not be seen as an indicator that it plans to terminate it, the country’s Transport Minister Anthony Loke said on Tuesday (May 21), as he stressed that his country is committed
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SHANGHAI — China’s Tencent Video has delayed the broadcast of the ‘Game of Thrones’ finale, according to an official message published by the online streaming site on Monday, prompting uproar among fans of the popular TV series in the country.
JAKARTA — A former Indonesian police brigadier has filed a complaint to the human rights commission claiming he was fired for being gay, his lawyers said on Monday, in what could be a test case on discrimination in the Southeast Asian country.
JAKARTA — Incumbent President Joko Widodo won last month's Indonesian election with 55.5 per cent of votes against 44.5 per cent for his challenger, retired General Prabowo Subianto, the election commission's official count said early on Tuesday (May 21).
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