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Indonesia and the Philippines on Monday signed an agreement on combating drug crime, despite ongoing efforts by Manila to prevent the execution of a Filipina on Indonesian death row for heroin smuggling.
 

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe urged Thailand's military rulers Monday to return as soon as possible to civilian rule as he met his counterpart and former army chief Prayuth Chan-ocha in Tokyo.
 

Thailand's toppled former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has been banned from traveling overseas because graft charges carrying up to a decade in jail will be formally laid against her later this month, officials said Monday.
 

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott vowed Monday to change after surviving a confidence vote on his leadership, while urging an end to the disunity that has seen the government's popularity plummet.
“I'll change”: Abbott on failed bid to unseat him

 

East Timor's president accepted the resignation of independence hero Xanana Gusmao as prime minister on Monday, paving the way for a major government overhaul and a new chapter in the nation's short history.
East Timor PM's resignation accepted

 

A Japanese surfer was killed Monday after both his legs were apparently bitten off by a shark in eastern Australia, a day after another man suffered serious injuries in the same area.
 

Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim said Monday that he was optimistic ahead of a ruling by Malaysia's top court on his final appeal against a sodomy conviction, but that he was ready to be jailed for the second time in just over a decade.
 

A system malfunction forced the pilots of an AirAsia X flight from Kuala Lumpur to Jeddah to abort the flight and return to Malaysia on Sunday, the AirAsia Group's CEO said.
Malfunction forces AirAsia X to abort flight

 

Survivors of a 16-hour siege in a Sydney cafe on Sunday told of their terror during the deadly standoff, as a jihadist gunman threatened to kill people “one by one.”
Sydney siege survivors tell of fear at hands of gunman

 

North Korea test-fired five short-range missiles into the sea on Sunday in its second such weapons test this year, a South Korean defense official said, amid dimming prospects for the resumption of high-level talks between the rival countries.
N. Korea test-fires 5 short-range missiles into sea

 

A series of food scares involving the Japan unit of McDonald's Corp. has cut into its earnings, prompting the fast food giant to seek ways to regain the confidence of its customers.
 

The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement will benefit Malaysia as it will open up the right economy here, says a globally renowned expert on international trade.
 

Pakistani exports to the European Union increased by more than a billion dollars after a landmark trade deal last year which made its products more competitive, the commerce minister told AFP.
EU deal ups Pakistan exports by US$1 bil.: minister

 

Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Sunday he would bring forward by 24 hours a party vote on whether to oust him, as Australia faced a possible leadership change for the fourth time in five years.
 
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