Xinhua world news summary at 0830 GMT, March 13

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NEW YORK -- The crude oil market will likely be undersupplied in the second half of this year, creating opportunities for investors, said a latest report by global wealth management and investment banking company Stifel.

"We are cautiously optimistic in 2019 as the supply side is set to moderate, potentially creating an undersupplied liquids environment," said the report. (Crude Oil-Supply)

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JAKARTA -- The wife and children of an alleged militant blew themselves up earlier Wednesday in their house in Sibolga town of Indonesia's North Sumatra province, after anti-terror police nabbed the husband, local media reported quoting national police spokesman. (Indonesia-Anti-Terror Raid)

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WASHINGTON -- The United States and Taliban wrapped up their talks in Doha, the capital city of Qatar, with "meaningful progress" made, said the U.S. State Department on Tuesday.

"We've received reports back from Special Representative (Zalmay) Khalilzad that they've had meaningful progress," Robert Palladino, the State Department's deputy spokesperson, told reporters at a daily briefing. (US-Taliban-Peace Talk)

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NEW DELHI -- Six members of a family were killed Wednesday after a car carrying them skidded off the road and fell into a canal in southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, officials said.

The accident took place near Pollachi in Coimbatore, about 535 km southwest of Chennai, the capital city of Tamil Nadu. (India-Car Accident) Enditem

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