E.U. Meets King Charles after Reaching Deal over Northern Ireland

Britain's King Charles the third met European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen after the EU and the UK struck a new deal on post-Brexit trade rules for Northern Ireland.​​​

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Annual Military Exercise Fully Resumes

One of Southeast Asia's largest and longest-running military exercises kicked off in eastern Thailand, resuming full-scale operations after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The drills will be held until 10 March.

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BAE Systems Unveils First Homegrown Military Drone

BAE Systems Australia and another local manufacturer unveiled a new uncrewed military aircraft that will be designed, manufactured and armed in Australia.​​

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Enhance Security Ties with Australia

The Philippines and Australia discussed pursuing joint patrols in the South China Sea, days after the Southeast Asian country held similar talks with the United States to counter China's growing assertiveness in the disputed waterway.​​

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Indonesia Will Make Independent Choices for Stability in Asia Pacific

Beijing believes Indonesia and other ASEAN countries will make independent judgments and choices to ensure the stability in the Asia-Pacific region.​​

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Era of Democracy, Diplomacy and Dialogue

India emphasized it was time for dialogue and diplomacy, reiterating its stance on the war in Ukraine, as finance officials from the Group of 20 countries met near the southern city of Bengaluru.​​

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Syria Approves For Cross-Border Access

WHO chief Dr Tedros welcomes the recent blanket approval by the Syrian Arab Republic government for the UN for cross-line conveys, as well as measures to increase cross-border access.

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Earthquakes Death Toll Exceed 3,500

With chances of finding more survivors growing more remote, the toll in Turkiye and Syria from earthquake and major aftershocks rose above 35 thousand and looked set to keep growing.​​

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Drone Footage of Debris Clearing

Nearly a week after the deadliest earthquake hit Turkiye since 1939, chances of finding more survivors are growing more remote, and clearing of debris has started in some areas.​​

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NATO Chief Warns Of Chinese Military Build-Up during Visit to Japan

NATO Secretary-General, Jens Stoltenberg warned that China was "substantially" building up its military and trying to assert its power in the region, as he visited Japan to boost ties with Tokyo amid an increasingly tense security environment.

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