ADVISORY OF FOREIGN NEWS FILED BY BERNAMA TODAY: JULY 10, 2013

12 Jul 2013 11:19
01."DALAI LAMA SHOULD ACCEPT TIBET AS PART OF CHINA TO IMPROVE TIES": CHINESE OFFICIAL, ex-BEIJING, (PTI) 02.12 CHINESE SAILORS RESCUED OFF SOUTH KOREAN WATERS, ex-SEOUL, (XINHUA) 03.ARCHAEOLOGISTS FIND 800-YEAR-OLD SECRET TUNNELS IN CENTRAL CHINA, ex-ZHENGZHOU, (XINHUA) 04.CHINA ACTIVE SOURCE OF CYBER ESPIONAGE: U.S. LAWMAKERS, ex-WASHINGTON, (PTI) 05.CHINA NEEDS TO UPGRADE ECONOMY: PREMIER, ex-NANNING, (XINHUA) 06.COLOMBIA, THAILAND TO SIGN VISA EXEMPTION AGREEMENT, ex-BANGKOK, (TNA) 07.CONSTRUCTION OF SADC GATEWAY PORT BEGINS NEXT YEAR, ex-WALVIS BAY, (NAMPA) 08.ENDANGERED ANIMALS GIVE BIRTH IN NORTH EAST INDIAN ZOO, ex-AGARTALA, (PTI) 09.GHANA REPATRIATES 3,877 ILLEGAL MINERS SINCE JUNE, ex-ACCRA, (XINHUA) 10.IMF FORESEES 7 PERCENT GDP GROWTH FOR PHILIPPINES, ex-MANILA, (XINHUA) 11.INDIA INKS MARITIME SECURITY PACT WITH MALDIVES, SRI LANKA, ex-COLOMBO, (PTI) 12.INDONESIA TO OBSERVE WORLD POPULATION DAY ON JULY 11, ex-JAKARTA, (ANTARA) 13.INDONESIAN TRANSPORT MINISTER: NO ELECTRIC TRAIN FARE HIKE UNTIL 2014, ex- JAKARTA, (ANTARA) 14.JAPANESE EMPEROR, EMPRESS TO VISIT INDIA, ex-TOKYO, (PTI) 15.KERALA CAPITAL OPENING SIGNATURE MUSEUM THIS YEAR, ex-THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, (PTI) 16.KOREAS START TALKS ON FUTURE OF JOINT INDUSTRIAL PARK, ex-

SEOUL, (YONHAP) 17.NEW ZEALAND MINISTER DEFENDS RECORD AGAINST INEQUALITY CLAIMS, ex- WELLINGTON, (XINHUA) 18.RULING PARTY SAYS SANCTIONS COST ZIMBABWE''S ECONOMY US$42 BILLION, ex- HARARE, (NEW ZIANA) 19.SAUDI ARABIA ANNOUNCES SECURITY PLAN FOR MECCA DURING RAMADAN, ex-RIYADH, (XINHUA) 20.THAILAND AIMS TO BECOME REGIONAL LEADER IN SPACE TECHNOLOGY, ex-BANGKOK, (TNA) 21.THAILAND AIMS US$65 BILLION TOURISM REVENUE NEXT YEAR, ex-BANGKOK, (XINHUA) 22.TORONTO MAYOR URGES CITY TO CONSERVE POWER AFTER RECORD-SETTING STORM, ex- TORONTO, (XINHUA) 23.ZIMBABWE ELECTORAL COMMISSION RULES OUT EXTENDING VOTER REGISTRATION, ex- HARARE, (NEW ZIANA) 24.NGOs SAY MORE THAN 11,000 COULD BE MISSING IN NORTH INDIA FLOODS, ex-NEW DELHI, (XINHUA) 25.TOP COLOMBIAN DRUG KINGPIN EXTRADITED TO U.S., ex-BOGOTA, (BERNAMA-NNN-XINHUA) 26.HELICOPTER CRASH KILLS 5 IN NORTHEAST COLOMBIA, ex-BOGOTA, (BERNAMA-NNN-XINHUA) 27.LAWMAKER RULES OUT REFORMS FOR BRAZIL'S 2014 ELECTIONS, ex-BRASILIA, (BERNAMA-NNN-XINHUA) 28.ARGENTINA PRESSES FOR U.S. EXPLANATION ON ESPIONAGE, ex-BUENOS AIRES, (BERNAMA-NNN-XINHUA) 29.CHILEAN STUDENTS TO JOIN NATIONWIDE STRIKE, ex-SANTIAGO, (BERNAMA-NNN-XINHUA) 30.VENEZUELA CONFIRMS SNOWDEN ASYLUM APPLICATION, ex-CARACAS, (BERNAMA-NNN-MERCOPRESS) 31.PERU OPENS COMMERCIAL OFFICES IN 15 COUNTRIES, ex-LIMA, (BERNAMA-NNN-ANDINA) 32.MILD QUAKE HITS NORTHERN PERU, ex-PIURA, (BERNAMA-NNN-ANDINA) 33.80 PERCENT OF BUSINESSES IN PERU ARE FAMILY-OWNED, ex-LIMA, (BERNAMA-NNN-ANDINA) 34.PERU-US SOCIAL INCLUSION PROGRAMME TO BENEFIT 7,000 PEOPLE, ex-LIMA, (BERNAMA-NNN-ANDINA) 35.SNOWDEN HASN'T RESPONDED TO VENEZUELA'S ASYLUM OFFER: FM, ex-CARACAS,(BERNAMA-NNN-XINHUA) 36.PERU GETS US$435 MILLION BOOST FOR DEVELOPMENT, ex-LIMA, (BERNAMA-NNN-ANDINA) 37.AMERICAN STATES' BODY CONDEMNS BOLIVIAN PLANE INCIDENT, ex-WASHINGTON, (BERNAMA-NNN-MERCOPRESS) 38.IMF EXPECTS CHILE TO GROW AT 4.6 PER CENT, ex-SANTIAGO, (BERNAMA-NNN-MERCOPRESS) 39.COLOMBIA'S 11TH PEACE TALKS END WITHOUT ACCORD, ex-HAVANA, (BERNAMA-NNN-AGENCIES) 40.LATIN MERCOSUR BLOC AND PARAGUAY ON COLLISION COURSE, ex-ASUNCION, (BERNAMA-NNN-MERCOPRESS) 41.THOUSANDS MARK SOUTH SUDAN'S INDEPENDENCE ANNIVERSARY, ex-JUBA, (BERNAMA-NNN-NEW VISION) 42.KENYA LAGGING BEHIND IN ACHIEVING MDGs, ex-NAIROBI, (BERNAMA-NNN-KBC) 43.ETHIOPIA TO BOOST EFFORTS TO MAKE AFRICA'S VOICE ON ENVIRONMENT HEARD, ex- ADDIS ABABA, (BERNAMA-NNN-ENA) 44.ALGERIA CONCERNED OVER EVENTS IN EGYPT, ex-ALGIERS, (BERNAMA-NNN-APS) 45.ANGOLA, NAMIBIA TO JOINTLY BUILD HYDRO-ELECTRIC DAM ON CUNENE RIVER, ex-LUENA, (BERNAMA-NNN-ANGOP) 46.NAMIBIAN, UAE COMPANIES TO SET UP GAS TERMINAL, ex-WALVIS BAY, (BERNAMA-NNN-NAMPA) 47.INDIAN FIRM PROSPECTING FOR TITANIUM IN MOZAMBIQUE, ex-MAPUTO, (BERNAMA-NNN-AIM) 48.SOUTH AFRICAN PRESIDENT ANNOUNCES MINOR CABINET RESHUFFLE, ex-PRETORIA, (BERNAMA-NNN-SA NEWS) 49.FOREIGN MINISTER: AUSTRALIA WILL HELP ROHINGYA BUT NOT RESETTLE THEM, ex- MELBOURNE, (BERNAMA) 50.THREE AUSSIE COMPANIES HAVE NOT SIGNED BANGLADESH SAFETY ACCORD, ex-MELBOURNE, (BERNAMA) 51.CHINA COMPLETES OVERHAUL OF DAIRY STANDARDS: OFFICIAL, ex-BEIJING, (XINHUA)

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