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  • Friday September 4th, 2020

MORNING NEWS BRIEF [SEPTEMBER 04, 2020]

MORNING NEWS BRIEF [SEPTEMBER 04, 2020]

MORNING NEWS BRIEF [SEPTEMBER 04, 2020] 150 150 Cambodia Development Center
HOT NEWS
  1. The Kremlin warned the European States not to recklessly accuse Russia of guilty in the poisoning case of Alexei Navalyn as there was not any explicit evidence. Source: Reuters
  2. China said they will give “proper and necessary responses” following the announcement from the State Department on new restrictions upon Chinese diplomats. Source: The Straits Times
  3. The Palestinian President Abbas has called for a comprehensive national dialogue to hinder Israeli annexation plans of West Bank, and rejected the U.S. authority as a mediator. Source: Al Jazeera
WORLD
  1. The EU and France said the U.S. sanctions against the International Criminal Court’s investigators are unacceptable and called on Washington to reverse the decision. Source: RT
  2. Lebanonese forces discovered four more stash of ammonium nitrate inside the shipping container, the hazardous chemical that had caused a devastating explosion in Beirut. Source: RT
  3. President Trump insisted on making citizens of North Carolina vote twice in the upcoming election, once by mail and once by person, which sparked outrage of voting fraud. Source: CNA
REGIONS
  1. Taiwan criticized China for their “vulgar threat” toward Czech Republic Senate Speaker to Taiwan, after China condemned Czech for visiting Taiwan and warned of consequences. Source: CNA
  2. China urged India to rectify its discriminatory practices that have violated the WTO rules, after Indian government blocked at least 118 Chinese mobile apps. Source: Xinhua Net
  3. Malaysia imposed another entry ban on at least nine more countries, including the U.S., Britain, and France, following the increase of infections among returnees and migrants. Source: Bangkok Post
CAMBODIA
  1. Tboung Khmum authorities are inspecting areas in Ponhea Krek district, where a report said 100 villagers have lost their land after the border demarcation with Vietnam. Source: Khmer Times
  2. Thai Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn granted more funds to support the education system in Cambodia for 5 more years, in a recent agreement between the two countries. Source: AKP
  3. Tourism industry in Cambodia has lost at least $5 million in revenue as a result of the drop of both international and domestic flights that have been suspended due to COVID-19. Source: The Phnom Penh Post 

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