GHAZNI, Afghanistan — A rocket fired by Taliban militants killed two children and injured seven others including four children in Ghazni province on Monday, deputy to provincial governor Mohammad Ali Ahmadi said.
“A rocket fired by Taliban rebels hit Alam Qala village in Deyak district on Monday morning left two innocent children dead and injured seven others including four children, two women and a man,” Ahmadi told Xinhua. (Afghanistan-Rocket Attack)
BANGKOK — Arrest warrants have been issued at the weekend for another four Thai military officers suspected to have been involved in the trafficking of Rohingya migrants earlier this year.
Deputy National Police chief Pol Gen Eck Ungsunanand said on Monday the four servicemen – three army officers and one navy officer – were all attached to varied military units in southern Thailand. (Thailand-Arrest-Human Trafficking)
SINGAPORE — Singapore and Britain signed a new agreement on Monday to enhance Intellectual Property (IP) cooperation and Britain-ASEAN trade relations, according to a statement from the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS).
The new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the British Intellectual Property Office and the IPOS would improve international cooperation between the two IP offices, on issues related to copyright, patents, trade mark and design, it said. ( Singapore-Britain-MOU)
MANILA — The 9th Senior Disaster Management Officials’ Forum ( SDMOF) of the economies of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation ( APEC) opened Monday in the central Philippine city of Iloilo.
The two-day forum will discuss various Disaster Risk Reduction Management (DRRM) topics and share best practices of the 21 economies. (The Philippines-Forum) Enditem

Source: Xinhua


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