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South Korea’s prime minister has offered to resign after finding himself embroiled in the “war on corruption” he declaredSimon Mundy in Seoul
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Exiled Bangladesh opposition leader Tarique Rahman has accused the Sheikh Hasina government of “state terrorism” and calledVictor Mallet in New Delhi
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Shares in China Resources Enterprise leapt more than 50 per cent after the state-owned supermarkets and beer group producedJennifer Hughes in Hong Kong
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