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BBC: Asia tops biggest global school rankings
The biggest ever global school rankings have been published, with Asian countries in the top five places and African countries at the bottom. Singapore heads the table, followed by Hong Kong, with Ghana at the bottom.
Aljazeera: Fire devastates Philippines slum
Thousands of families in the Philippines have been left homeless after a fire swept through a shantytown outside the capital Manila. Local officials say at least 600 houses were destroyed by the fire in Quezon city, which began on Sunday afternoon.
Wired: The Philippines Just Made Uber Legal Everywhere
The Philippines has just become the first country to develop nationwide ride-hailing regulations, making it legal for app-based transportation services like Uber operate anywhere in the nation.
Yahoo! News: Injured Pacquiao returns to Philippines
(AP) ? Manny Pacquiao returned home to the Philippines on Wednesday nursing his right shoulder after surgery and weighing up whether to retire or push for a rematch with Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Forbes: Microsoft Plunders iOS, Android And Supercharges Windows 10
The company used its annual ?Build? developer conference today to confirm the news: Windows 10 ? both on desktop and mobile ? will be able to run iOS and Android apps. That?s potentially millions of titles across all categories, even including games (Candy Crush is a launch partner).
AFP: Philippines and Japan hold historic naval drills in flashpoint waters
Two Japanese destroyers and one of the Philippines' newest warships began historic naval exercises in the flashpoint South China Sea on Tuesday, showcasing a deepening alliance aimed at countering a rising China.
AP: Philippine military chief visits South China Sea island
(AP) ? The Philippines' military chief flew to a Filipino-occupied island in the South China Sea on Monday and vowed to defend the territory and help develop tourism and marine resources there amid disputes with China.
CNN: Super Typhoon Noul makes landfall in northeastern Philippines
(CNN)Super Typhoon Noul roared over the northeastern Philippines on Sunday, prompting evacuations and warnings of flooding and landslides in the mountainous region.
ZDNet: Windows 10: What you need to run it
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Let's go behind the specs and find out everything you need to know about getting Windows 10 running on a PC, but were too afraid (or confused) to ask.
The Economist: Hydrogen-powered cars in Japan Betting on hot air
Unlike electric cars, which have a limited driving range and take hours to recharge, hydrogen vehicles run for up to 650 kilometres on a full tank and take just a few minutes to fill up. Their exhausts emit nothing but water vapour.
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