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Epik High announce 2022 tour of Asia and Australia

Epik High have announced an Asia Pacific tour that so far spans five stops in Southeast Asia and Australia.This July, the Korean hip-hop group will head to Singapore, Melbourne, Sydney, Bangkok and Jakarta for the Epik High Is Here Tour, they announced today (May 14). A tour poster hints at four more stops that have yet to be revealed.The tour will kick off in Singapore on July 9 then head to Australia for stops in Melbourne (July 11) and Sydney (July 12).

The group will then fly back to Southeast Asia to perform in Bangkok, Thailand and then Jakarta, Indonesia. Ticketing details have yet to be announced, but you can see the full list of dates and venues below.The wait is over! EPIK HIGH ASIA PACIFIC TOUR 2022, spanning stops in Singapore, Melbourne, Sydney, Bangkok, Jakarta and more!

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Epik High have announced an Asia Pacific tour that so far spans five stops in Southeast Asia and Australia.This July, the Korean hip-hop group will head to Singapore, Melbourne, Sydney, Bangkok and Jakarta for the Epik High Is Here Tour, they announced today (May 14). A tour poster hints at four more stops that have yet to be revealed.The tour will kick off in Singapore on July 9 then head to Australia for stops in Melbourne (July 11) and Sydney (July 12).
Turkish sailor who fell off his boat has been found after floating in the sea for a shocking three days.Erhan Seckal, 39, had drifted through the ocean for more than 72 hours when he was recued by a fisherman in the island of Bali in Indonesia on May 5.He was found when 30-year-old Gede Budiasa from Kubutambahan Village, Buleleng noticed a man waving his hands frantically while laying on top of a floating fish aggregating device.Mr Seckal had set off from a port in Australia and was en route to Vietnam when he fell overboard, according to local media.He was found severely exhausted and dehydrated, and was taken to the local community hospital for medical treatment.Nanang Mustofa, Head of the Singaraja Immigration Office Class I, said: "Based on a report from the Buleleng Regency waters police , the foreigner was found stranded on a fish FAD belonging to a resident near the coast of Kubuaddan Village, Buleleng, by a fisherman in a weak, dehydrated condition and almost all over his body," he said."After medical treatment was carried out, the foreigner was then taken to the Immigration Office Class II TPI Singaraja for questioning,"Once he had been discharged from hospital, Indonesian authorities deported him back to Turkey as he did not have a valid passport.For the latest breaking news and stories from across the globe from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking here.Mr Mustofa confirmed he had been sent home, saying: "The foreigner was repatriated because he entered and was in Indonesian territory without having a valid travel document and residence permit"The sailor was sent on a Turkish Airlines flight from Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali to Istanbul, Turkey.

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Turkish sailor who fell off his boat has been found after floating in the sea for a shocking three days.Erhan Seckal, 39, had drifted through the ocean for more than 72 hours when he was recued by a fisherman in the island of Bali in Indonesia on May 5.He was found when 30-year-old Gede Budiasa from Kubutambahan Village, Buleleng noticed a man waving his hands frantically while laying on top of a floating fish aggregating device.Mr Seckal had set off from a port in Australia and was en route to Vietnam when he fell overboard, according to local media.He was found severely exhausted and dehydrated, and was taken to the local community hospital for medical treatment.Nanang Mustofa, Head of the Singaraja Immigration Office Class I, said: "Based on a report from the Buleleng Regency waters police , the foreigner was found stranded on a fish FAD belonging to a resident near the coast of Kubuaddan Village, Buleleng, by a fisherman in a weak, dehydrated condition and almost all over his body," he said."After medical treatment was carried out, the foreigner was then taken to the Immigration Office Class II TPI Singaraja for questioning,"Once he had been discharged from hospital, Indonesian authorities deported him back to Turkey as he did not have a valid passport.For the latest breaking news and stories from across the globe from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking here.Mr Mustofa confirmed he had been sent home, saying: "The foreigner was repatriated because he entered and was in Indonesian territory without having a valid travel document and residence permit"The sailor was sent on a Turkish Airlines flight from Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali to Istanbul, Turkey.
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