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Weltweit top – fünf JNCAP-Sterne für den Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

"Die internationalen Sicherheits-Bestnoten für Mitsubishis SUV-Coupé Eclipse Cross halten an. Nach der Top-Wertung im „European New Car Assessment Programme“ (Euro NCAP) 2017 erzielt der athletische Crossover jetzt auch nach japanischem Crashtest-Standard die Bestnote: fünf Sterne im „Japan New Car Assessment Program“ (JNCAP). Damit beweist der Eclipse Cross erneut, dass er …

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ASEAN Foreign Ministers Meeting kicks off in Bangkok

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Foreign Ministers from 10 Southeast Asian countries meet at the 52nd ASEAN Foreign Ministers meeting in Bangkok. US-China rivalry is set to be sharpened at the summit where Washington's top diplomat will insist his nation remains a key Asia-Pacific power in the face of Beijing's military machinations in contested seas …

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Southeast Asian leaders attend ASEAN summit

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Southeast Asian leaders gather in Bangkok to attend the opening ceremony of the 34th ASEAN summit to drive forward the world's largest commercial pact, with the trade war between the US and China clouding the outlook for their export-led economies. IMAGES

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Myanmar: Two Reuters journalists leave prison

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Reuters journalists Kyaw Soe Oo and Wa Lone wave their hands as they walk out of Insein prison after being freed in a presidential amnesty in Yangon. IMAGES of Reuters journalists leaving prison++ COMPLETES VID1340848_EN and VID1340854_EN ++

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Myanmar frees two Reuters journalists in amnesty (2)

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A large crowd of reporters follows two Reuters journalists -jailed for their reporting on the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar - as they walk out of prison, freed in a presidential amnesty. IMAGES of crowd at Insein prison and Reuters bureau's reaction in Singapore++ COMPLETES VID1340848_EN++

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