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Asia Correspondent — Sky News
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Sky News Asia Correspondent. Based in China. Previously Russia correspondent. *May contain traces of Scottishness & sarcasm.

Canines Rescued Ahead Of Dog Meat Festival

news.sky.com — Animal rights activists have rescued dozens of dogs from a slaughterhouse in southern China ahead of a controversial dog meat festival due to be held next week. The frightened animals - 21 dogs, eight puppies, and five cats and kittens - were crammed into small cages together.

Exclusive: Unseen Battle For South China Sea

news.sky.com — Technically, we are in international waters, but we are heading close to the Chinese-controlled Subi Reef, and the Philippines fishermen on board are frightened. The captain and his crew are up on deck keeping watch, anxiously scanning the horizon. Some of the men want to turn around.

The Limitations Of Reporting In North Korea

news.sky.com — One of our journalist colleagues has been formally expelled from the DPRK, albeit he and his team were already on the way to the airport, and booked on their own scheduled flights. His offence was allegedly "disrespectful reporting", as adjudicated by one of the government ministries here.

Japan Quakes Force 250,000 Out Of Homes

news.sky.com — Close to a quarter of a million people have been evacuated from their homes as the search for survivors goes on after a series of strong earthquakes in southern Japan. The rescue operation in the worst-affected region, Kumamoto prefecture continues despite deteriorating weather conditions, with strong winds and heavy rain.

Almost 250,000 Evacuated After Japan Quakes

news.sky.com — Close to a quarter of a million people have been evacuated from their homes as the search for survivors goes on after a series of strong earthquakes in southern Japan. The rescue operation in the worst-affected region, Kumamoto prefecture, continued overnight, despite deteriorating weather conditions, with strong winds and heavy rain.

North Korea Missile Flight Test Fails

news.sky.com — North Korea's attempt to launch a powerful new ballistic missile on the birthday of its founder appears to have failed. Intelligence reports in recent days had suggested the north was preparing its first flight test of the Musudan - an intermediate-range missile with an estimated range of 2500-4000km.

Missing Brit Academic Confirmed Dead In China

news.sky.com — A British academic has been killed in southern China in a case friends believe may be linked to a million-dollar property deal. Hilary St John Bower, 60, had been due to retire after more than a decade as an English Language lecturer at Hong Kong's Polytechnic University, and is said to have been looking forward to spending more time with his six-year-old son.

Chinese Football Academy Has World Cup Goals

news.sky.com — Dawn on a misty morning in southern China. Thousands of children stand in immaculate ranks on the football pitch in front of us, dressed in their bright red sports kit, singing the national anthem as the flag is raised. Then, they raise one clenched fist to the side of their head and repeat solemn vows.

China's Economic Growth Falls To 25-Year Low

news.sky.com — China's growth has slowed to its lowest rate in a quarter of a century. The fall to 6.9% of the world's second largest economy will raise concern in markets around the world. The country's stock market remains volatile, with the main index briefly falling below August's lows on Monday, and hundreds of billions of dollars wiped off the value of shares in the last month alone.

The Human Cost Of China's Economic Slowdown

news.sky.com — China is expected to announce its slowest annual growth in a quarter of a century when its latest GDP figures are released overnight. The country's stock market remains volatile, with the main index briefly falling below August's lows on Monday, and hundreds of billions of dollars wiped off the value of shares in the last month alone.
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Jul 25, 2016

Japan care home attack. Suspect reportedly told police: "I want to rid the world of disabled people" - Japanese media.

Jul 25, 2016

19 dead, 25 injured (20 seriously) according to firefighters at scene in Japan. It's a care centre for people with mental disabilities.

Jul 22, 2016

Malaysia's transport minister says this does not mean they are giving up the search for MH370.

Jul 22, 2016

Notification sent to relatives of passengers and crew on decision to suspend, but not terminate search for MH370.  https://twitter.com/RaynerSkyNews/status/756391277575495680 

Jul 22, 2016

MH370 search operation to be suspended if aircraft not found by completion of current search area - Reuters.

Jul 13, 2016

RT @SophyRidgeSky: I ask a Labour MP how things are going. "It's like the dawn of a new spring. Shame it's the Arab Spring"

Jul 13, 2016

On reports May will be a 'difficult woman' Juncker told @tomphillipsin he concluded she is "eager to make a tour of my own difficulties."

Jul 13, 2016

Juncker told me wanted relations with UK to be as close as possible:"we are partners, allies" - "no place for hatred, no place for revenge."

Jul 13, 2016

Jean-Claude Juncker presser: asked him 3 times on timescale of triggering art 50 - pointedly refused to give one,said decision for uk govt.

Jul 12, 2016

RT @austinramzy: People's Daily weibo weighs in: "Don't accept, don't participate, don't recognize, don't carry out" #SouthChinaSea https://t.co/BjbGUAGlac


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