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World - Post Arab Spring, lifespan drops across region: study


The conflict and civil strife that has erupted across the eastern Mediterranean region since the Arab Spring began in 2010 has shortened lifespans and damaged health, according to a study released Thursday. Yemen, Tunisia and Egypt all lost about three months in life expectancy between 2010 and 2013, with deteriorating conditions threatening health gains made over the previous two decades, researchers said. In Syria -- ravaged by a civil war that has left more than 290,000 people dead and displaced millions since March 2011 -- average life expectancy has been cut by six years, they reported in the journal The Lancet Global Health.


Thursday, August 25, 2016  00:17

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Business - SEC requires advisers to provide more information about business


The top U.S. securities regulator said on Thursday it would require more information from investment advisers about their separately managed account businesses, as it continues to tighten oversight on the sector. Also, Congress in 2010 gave the agency new powers to oversee hedge funds and private equity funds.


Thursday, August 25, 2016  18:34

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World - Top Asian News 3:36 p.m. GMT


BAGAN, Myanmar (AP) — It was a time of conquest and conversions. Above all, it was a time of construction, on a scale never seen before. Over 250 years, from the 11th century onwards, the rulers of Bagan built more than 10,000 magnificent religious monuments. The stupas, temples and monasteries became the defining emblems of Bagan, the capital of the Pagan (pronounced PUH`-gahn) empire that ruled Myanmar from roughly 1044 to 1287. On Wednesday, scores of the monuments — of which only about 2,200 remain — were damaged in a powerful 6.8 magnitude earthquake. Yet much of what fell was modern material, sanctioned by Myanmar`s former army rulers who had put top priority on restoring the temples with little regard for the original architectural styles.


Thursday, August 25, 2016  16:43

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World - Top Asian News 3:03 p.m. GMT


BAGAN, Myanmar (AP) — It was a time of conquest and conversions. Above all, it was a time of construction, on a scale never seen before. Over 250 years, from the 11th century onwards, the rulers of Bagan built more than 10,000 magnificent religious monuments. The stupas, temples and monasteries became the defining emblems of Bagan, the capital of the Pagan (pronounced PUH`-gahn) empire that ruled Myanmar from roughly 1044 to 1287. On Wednesday, scores of the monuments — of which only about 2,200 remain — were damaged in a powerful 6.8 magnitude earthquake. Yet much of what fell was modern material, sanctioned by Myanmar`s former army rulers who had put top priority on restoring the temples with little regard for the original architectural styles.


Thursday, August 25, 2016  16:15

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World - Top Asian News 3:01 p.m. GMT


BAGAN, Myanmar (AP) — It was a time of conquest and conversions. Above all, it was a time of construction, on a scale never seen before. Over 250 years, from the 11th century onwards, the rulers of Bagan built more than 10,000 magnificent religious monuments. The stupas, temples and monasteries became the defining emblems of Bagan, the capital of the Pagan (pronounced PUH`-gahn) empire that ruled Myanmar from roughly 1044 to 1287. On Wednesday, scores of the monuments — of which only about 2,200 remain — were damaged in a powerful 6.8 magnitude earthquake. Yet much of what fell was modern material, sanctioned by Myanmar`s former army rulers who had put top priority on restoring the temples with little regard for the original architectural styles.


Thursday, August 25, 2016  16:12

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World - Top Asian News 2:25 p.m. GMT


BAGAN, Myanmar (AP) — It was a time of conquest and conversions. Above all, it was a time of construction, on a scale never seen before. Over 250 years, from the 11th century onwards, the rulers of Bagan built more than 10,000 magnificent religious monuments. The stupas, temples and monasteries became the defining emblems of Bagan, the capital of the Pagan (pronounced PUH`-gahn) empire that ruled Myanmar from roughly 1044 to 1287. On Wednesday, scores of the monuments — of which only about 2,200 remain — were damaged in a powerful 6.8 magnitude earthquake. Yet much of what fell was modern material, sanctioned by Myanmar`s former army rulers who had put top priority on restoring the temples with little regard for the original architectural styles.


Thursday, August 25, 2016  15:35

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World - Top Asian News 1:57 p.m. GMT


BAGAN, Myanmar (AP) — It was a time of conquest and conversions. Above all, it was a time of construction, on a scale never seen before. Over 250 years, from the 11th century onwards, the rulers of Bagan built more than 10,000 magnificent religious monuments. The stupas, temples and monasteries became the defining emblems of Bagan, the capital of the Pagan (pronounced PUH`-gahn) empire that ruled Myanmar from roughly 1044 to 1287. On Wednesday, scores of the monuments — of which only about 2,200 remain — were damaged in a powerful 6.8 magnitude earthquake. Yet much of what fell was modern material, sanctioned by Myanmar`s former army rulers who had put top priority on restoring the temples with little regard for the original architectural styles.


Thursday, August 25, 2016  15:05

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World - Top Asian News 1:47 p.m. GMT


BAGAN, Myanmar (AP) — It was a time of conquest and conversions. Above all, it was a time of construction, on a scale never seen before. Over 250 years, from the 11th century onwards, the rulers of Bagan built more than 10,000 magnificent religious monuments. The stupas, temples and monasteries became the defining emblems of Bagan, the capital of the Pagan (pronounced PUH`-gahn) empire that ruled Myanmar from roughly 1044 to 1287. On Wednesday, scores of the monuments — of which only about 2,200 remain — were damaged in a powerful 6.8 magnitude earthquake. Yet much of what fell was modern material, sanctioned by Myanmar`s former army rulers who had put top priority on restoring the temples with little regard for the original architectural styles.


Thursday, August 25, 2016  14:59

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World - Top Asian News 1:34 p.m. GMT


BAGAN, Myanmar (AP) — Using brooms and their hands, soldiers and residents of an ancient Myanmar city famous for its historic Buddhist temples began cleaning up debris Thursday from a powerful earthquake that shook the region and damaged nearly 200 pagodas. At least four people were killed and at least 171 pagodas were damaged in Bagan after a 6.8 magnitude quake struck the area on Wednesday. The tremor was centered about 25 kilometers (15 miles) west of Chauk, just south of Bagan. The city is one of Myanmar`s top tourist attractions, drawing visitors from all over the world who can view a panorama of temples stretching to the horizon flanked by the Irrawaddy River.


Thursday, August 25, 2016  14:41

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World - Top Asian News 1:20 p.m. GMT


BAGAN, Myanmar (AP) — Using brooms and their hands, soldiers and residents of an ancient Myanmar city famous for its historic Buddhist temples began cleaning up debris Thursday from a powerful earthquake that shook the region and damaged nearly 200 pagodas. At least four people were killed and at least 171 pagodas were damaged in Bagan after a 6.8 magnitude quake struck the area on Wednesday. The tremor was centered about 25 kilometers (15 miles) west of Chauk, just south of Bagan. The city is one of Myanmar`s top tourist attractions, drawing visitors from all over the world who can view a panorama of temples stretching to the horizon flanked by the Irrawaddy River.


Thursday, August 25, 2016  14:31

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