Xinhua Asia-Pacific news summary at 0600 GMT, Jan. 25

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SEOUL -- South Korean President Moon Jae-in's approval rating fell this week on a lingering concern about the lackluster economy, a weekly poll showed Friday.

According to the Gallup Korea poll, support for Moon edged down 1 percentage point over the week to 46 percent this week. (S.Korea-President)

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SEOUL -- South Korea's trade terms kept worsened for 13 straight months on expensive crude oil, central bank data showed Friday.

The net terms-of-trade index for goods, which measures the amount of goods that can be imported with a unit-export proceed, stood at 92.65 in December, down 6.8 percent from a year earlier, according to the Bank of Korea (BOK). (S.Korea-Trade)

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SYDNEY -- Australia and New Zealand's peak sun health bodies have ramped up their advice on when to use sunscreen, now suggesting Australians apply it everyday to avoid adverse health effects.

Released on Friday, the update is the result of a Sunscreen Summit which took place in the Australian State of Queensland last year. (Australia-Health)

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CANBERRA -- Thousands of Australians have been left without power as the nation swelters through its worst heatwave since records began.

The temperature in Adelaide, capital of South Australia (SA), hit 46.6 degrees centigrade on Thursday afternoon, the highest temperature recorded in the city since records began in 1939. (Australia-Heatwave) Enditem

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