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Rohingya plight, COVID-19 high on ASEAN summit

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Rohingya plight, COVID-19 high on ASEAN summit

Rohingya plight, COVID-19 high on ASEAN summit

Topics likely to dominate the discussions include the reopening of borders after lockdown, Rohingya refugee crisis and the territorial dispute in the South China Sea.

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Rohingya people Rohingya people Ethnic minority in Myanmar

Malaysia finds Rohingya feared drowned hiding on island [Video]

Malaysia finds Rohingya feared drowned hiding on island

Malaysia has stepped up patrols around its maritime borders as Rohingya attempt to reach the country by boat.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO    Duration: 01:56Published
Indonesia: Aceh community support rescued Rohingya refugees [Video]

Indonesia: Aceh community support rescued Rohingya refugees

A community in western Indonesia is banding together to support a group of 99 Rohingya refugees, who they rescued from Indonesian waters late last month.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO    Duration: 02:00Published
Alarm over Rohingya refugee testing COVID-19 positive in Bangladesh [Video]

Alarm over Rohingya refugee testing COVID-19 positive in Bangladesh

The refugee is among the first two confirmed cases in the world's biggest and most densely populated camps.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO    Duration: 02:02Published

ASEAN ASEAN International organisation of Southeast Asian countries

ASEAN summit: Post-pandemic economic recovery dominates talks [Video]

ASEAN summit: Post-pandemic economic recovery dominates talks

Like many events around the world, coronavirus changed the summit, hosted by Vietnam, into a virtual event.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO    Duration: 02:34Published

South China Sea South China Sea A marginal sea of the Pacific Ocean from the Karimata and Malacca straits to the Strait of Taiwan

Australia refused China's unlawful claims in South China Sea at UN: Australian Envoy [Video]

Australia refused China's unlawful claims in South China Sea at UN: Australian Envoy

Australian Envoy to India Barry O'Farrell said that Australia remained deeply concerned by actions in South China Sea that are destabilising and could provoke escalation. "We remain deeply concerned by actions in South China Sea that are destabilising and could provoke escalation. Last week, Australia launched a note with UN Secy Gen refusing China's unlawful maritime claims in the South China Sea. We stated what we said following a 2016 tribunal which ruled against China's claims. Australia rejects China's claims to historic rights and internal waters," said, O'Farrell to ANI.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 01:10Published
China seizes U.S. consulate in Chengdu [Video]

China seizes U.S. consulate in Chengdu

Beijing announced the U.S. consulate in the southwestern city of Chengdu was closed as of 10 a.m. on Monday, after it ordered the facility be shut in retaliation for China being ousted from its consulate in Houston, Texas. Libby Hogan reports.

Credit: Reuters - Politics    Duration: 01:40Published
Pompeo urges countries to resist Chinese 'threat' [Video]

Pompeo urges countries to resist Chinese 'threat'

[NFA] U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo encouraged other nations to follow the UK's lead and push back against the actions of the Chinese Communist Party. Speaking on an official visit to London on Tuesday, Pompeo also described China's leadership as a threat. Adam Reed reports.

Credit: Reuters - Politics    Duration: 01:44Published
Explained: South China Sea's troubled waters [Video]

Explained: South China Sea's troubled waters

U.S. rhetoric is heating up on the South China Sea, a constant source of friction between China and five of its neighbours. Megan Revell unpicks the issue.

Credit: Reuters - Politics    Duration: 02:52Published

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