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HONG KONG, Nov. 20, 2010 (Xinhua News Agency) -- Following are news items from the Asia-Pacific Desk of Xinhua in Hong Kong Saturday:

Major news items in leading Japanese newspapers

Moderate 5.6-magnitude earthquake hits Indonesia's Sumatra

Roundup: Blast fears delays rescue mission in New Zealand South Island's coal mine

Major news items in leading Australian newspapers

Two Australians among trapped miners in New Zealand

Australia provides 2.95 million USD aid package for Myanmar

Major news items in leading Philippine newspapers

(Sports) Philippine boxing icon (NASDAQ:ICLR) back home with hero's welcome

Six Australia's foreign spy stations shut down in eight months

Major news items in leading Bangladeshi newspapers

Foreign exchange rates in Indonesia

Australia's health department warns Church of Scientology on their dangerous therapy

Major news items in leading Sri Lankan newspapers

Foreign exchange rates in Nepal

Major news items in leading Singapore's newspapers

Major news in Nepali leading newspapers

Australian govt shows concerns for trapped miners

Thousands stranded near Mt. Qomolangma

Nepal's labor export increases 34 percent

Nepali national budget to be presented through ordinance

Major news items in leading Indian newspapers

Nepali House adjourned, uncertainty clouds PM election

Roundup: 80,000 refugees return home while Merapi volcano still on highest alert in Indonesia

Indonesia's volcano death toll rises to 283: official

New Zealand PM pledges support to familes of trapped miners

Major news items in Afghan leading newspapers

Major news items in leading Pakistani newspapers

Indonesia to limit subsidized fuel consumption

Roundup: ASEAN, OECD enhance investment cooperation

Blast wounds 2 NATO soldiers in northern Afghan province

Militants torch NATO oil tankers in NW Pakistan

Parliament speaker urges Indonesian gov't to stop sending domestic workers to Saudi Arabia

Parliament dissolution depends on situation: Thai PM

Urgent: Deadly bicycle bomb blast hits eastern Afghanistan

1st LD: Five killed in bicycle bomb blast in eastern Afghanistan

2nd LD Writethru: Twin blasts kill 3, wound 29 in eastern Afghanistan

Chinese Yunnan provincial delegation visits Myanmar

Nepali youths conducts cycle rally demanding cycle tracks

Feature: Nepali youth dream of making cycle city

Nepali President questions Maoist party chairman

HK expects special stamp duty to curb speculation

Ambassadors urge fresh efforts on peace process in Nepal

Thai PM visits Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate to address environmental problem

Cambodia kicks off annual water festival

Roundup: Nepali gov't prepares to present budget through ordinance

Thai deputy PM Suthep declines job of CRES head

Philippine president favors development of better tourist slogan

3rd LD Writethru: Two suicide bombers kill 4, wound 33 civilians in eastern Afghanistan

Pakistan opposes U.S. drone strike expansion: spokesman

Pakistani Taliban claim responsibility for NATO attack

Weather information for Asia-Pacific cities -- Nov. 20

News Analysis: Next Malaysian national election is a step nearer?

Roundup: Cambodia celebrates water festival

Full-fledged budget announced in Nepal

Six F-16 fighter planes arrive in Pakistan from U.S.

Tourists rescued from Mt. Everest region in Nepali side

4 people killed in CNG gas cylinder blast in Bangladesh

Two women crushed under train in Bangladesh

306 citizens honored for contributions to HK

Sri Lankan president launches rural development drive

Roundup: Twin suicide attacks kill 6, wound 33 in a single day

Nepali gov't estimates economic growth rate at 4.5 pct

Xinhua Asia-Pacific news summary at 1600 GMT, Nov. 20

Thousands Australians rally to support gay marriage

ASEAN+3 Youth Travellers' project wraps up in Thailand

(Sports) FIFA praises Australia's bid to host 2022 World Cup

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