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Eight Palestinian administrative detainees on hunger strike in Israeli jails

Eight Palestinian administrative detainees on hunger strike in Israeli jails

TEHRAN, August 19 - Eight Palestinian administrative detainees are currently on hunger strike refusing to eat or drink to protest their illegal detention without charge or trial at Israeli jails.
Turkish convoy enters Syria’s Idlib to help Takfiri militants

Turkish convoy enters Syria’s Idlib to help Takfiri militants

TEHRAN, August 19 - A Turkish convoy carrying munitions have entered northwest Syria to help Takfiri militants who are losing territory amid a government advance.
India orders Kashmir government staff back to work amid protests

India orders Kashmir government staff back to work amid protests

TEHRAN, August 19 - Indian officials have ordered government employees in Kashmir to return to duty and some schools have reopened after a tense weekend of protests in the territory.
Yuan wobbles on Trump trade comments, details of China rate reforms awaited

Yuan wobbles on Trump trade comments, details of China rate reforms awaited

TEHRAN, August 19 -The yuan wavered on Monday after U.S. President Donald Trump said he was not ready yet to make a trade with China.
Japan's exports slip for eighth month, sales to China drop as recession fears grow

Japan's exports slip for eighth month, sales to China drop as recession fears grow

TEHRAN, August 19 -Japan’s exports slipped for an eighth month in July, while manufacturers’ confidence turned negative for the first time in over six years as China-bound sales slumped again in a fresh sign the Sino-U.S. trade war could tip the economy into recession.
China's central says new loan benchmark to be based off medium-term liquidity

China's central says new loan benchmark to be based off medium-term liquidity

TEHRAN, August 19 -A new benchmark interest rate Chinese banks will need to use to set lending rates will be linked to the central bank’s medium-term liquidity facility, a People’s Bank of China policy adviser told state media on Monday.
Malaysia court postpones biggest 1MDB trial involving ex-PM Najib

Malaysia court postpones biggest 1MDB trial involving ex-PM Najib

TEHRAN, August 19 -A Malaysian court on Monday postponed for a week the biggest of five trials linked to a multi-billion-dollar scam at state fund 1MDB and allegedly involving former prime minister Najib Razak.
Asia stocks gain as China rates tweak lifts investor mood

Asia stocks gain as China rates tweak lifts investor mood

TEHRAN, August 19 -Asian stocks tracked the Wall Street rally on Monday and found an extra tailwind from a move by China’s central bank to change the way a key interest rate benchmark is set, seen by analysts as reducing borrowing costs for companies.
Indonesia protesters torch town hall in Papua over student detentions

Indonesia protesters torch town hall in Papua over student detentions

TEHRAN, August 19 -Protesters in Indonesia’s easternmost province of Papua set fire to tires and torched a local parliament building on Monday after a demonstration against the recent detention of scores of Papuan students, according to media reports and an official.
Palestinian resistance groups warn Israel after strikes

Palestinian resistance groups warn Israel after strikes

TEHRAN, August 18 -Hamas and Islamic Jihad, two Palestinian resistance movements based in the Israeli-blockaded Gaza Strip, have issued stern warnings to Israel following Israeli strikes that killed three Gazans.
Eight Palestinian administrative detainees on hunger strike in Israeli jails

Eight Palestinian administrative detainees on hunger strike in Israeli jails

TEHRAN, August 19 - Eight Palestinian administrative detainees are currently on hunger strike refusing to eat or drink to protest their illegal detention without charge or trial at Israeli jails.
Turkish convoy enters Syria’s Idlib to help Takfiri militants

Turkish convoy enters Syria’s Idlib to help Takfiri militants

TEHRAN, August 19 - A Turkish convoy carrying munitions have entered northwest Syria to help Takfiri militants who are losing territory amid a government advance.
India orders Kashmir government staff back to work amid protests

India orders Kashmir government staff back to work amid protests

TEHRAN, August 19 - Indian officials have ordered government employees in Kashmir to return to duty and some schools have reopened after a tense weekend of protests in the territory.
Yuan wobbles on Trump trade comments, details of China rate reforms awaited

Yuan wobbles on Trump trade comments, details of China rate reforms awaited

TEHRAN, August 19 -The yuan wavered on Monday after U.S. President Donald Trump said he was not ready yet to make a trade with China.
Japan's exports slip for eighth month, sales to China drop as recession fears grow

Japan's exports slip for eighth month, sales to China drop as recession fears grow

TEHRAN, August 19 -Japan’s exports slipped for an eighth month in July, while manufacturers’ confidence turned negative for the first time in over six years as China-bound sales slumped again in a fresh sign the Sino-U.S. trade war could tip the economy into recession.
China's central says new loan benchmark to be based off medium-term liquidity

China's central says new loan benchmark to be based off medium-term liquidity

TEHRAN, August 19 -A new benchmark interest rate Chinese banks will need to use to set lending rates will be linked to the central bank’s medium-term liquidity facility, a People’s Bank of China policy adviser told state media on Monday.
Malaysia court postpones biggest 1MDB trial involving ex-PM Najib

Malaysia court postpones biggest 1MDB trial involving ex-PM Najib

TEHRAN, August 19 -A Malaysian court on Monday postponed for a week the biggest of five trials linked to a multi-billion-dollar scam at state fund 1MDB and allegedly involving former prime minister Najib Razak.
Asia stocks gain as China rates tweak lifts investor mood

Asia stocks gain as China rates tweak lifts investor mood

TEHRAN, August 19 -Asian stocks tracked the Wall Street rally on Monday and found an extra tailwind from a move by China’s central bank to change the way a key interest rate benchmark is set, seen by analysts as reducing borrowing costs for companies.
Indonesia protesters torch town hall in Papua over student detentions

Indonesia protesters torch town hall in Papua over student detentions

TEHRAN, August 19 -Protesters in Indonesia’s easternmost province of Papua set fire to tires and torched a local parliament building on Monday after a demonstration against the recent detention of scores of Papuan students, according to media reports and an official.
Palestinian resistance groups warn Israel after strikes

Palestinian resistance groups warn Israel after strikes

TEHRAN, August 18 -Hamas and Islamic Jihad, two Palestinian resistance movements based in the Israeli-blockaded Gaza Strip, have issued stern warnings to Israel following Israeli strikes that killed three Gazans.