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BANGKOK - Thailand's health authorities have urged football fans to avoid getting overly excited while watching Euro 2016 lest those heart-stopping moments literally prove fatal.
 
Indonesian netizens have reacted with fury and a flurry of donations after footage emerged of a frail food seller breaking down as her cafe was raided for staying open during the daytime in Ramadan.
 
Residents seeking seasonal bamboo shoots in northern Japan are ignoring warnings to avoid a mountain despite four deaths from apparent bear attacks, officials said.
 
Bangladesh police said Monday they have arrested more than 8,000 people in a nationwide crackdown launched after a wave of murders targeting minorities and secular activists.
 
Thai budget airline carrier Nok Air apologized on Monday after one of its pilots joked about crashing a plane carrying ousted premier Yingluck Shinawatra.
 
An Australian archaeologist says he and colleagues have found evidence of previously undiscovered medieval urban and agricultural networks surrounding the ancient city of Angkor Wat.
 
North Korean hackers managed to steal thousands of records from private firms and state agencies in the South including defense industry information and files from Korean Air, Seoul police said Monday.
 
Rafting to school
Schoolchildren ride on a makeshift raft to attend the opening of classes at the remote Casili Elementary School in Montalban, Rizal, northeast of Manila, Philippines, on Monday, June 13.
 
An Indian business student who went undercover to expose child labor at a factory promised Monday to keep up the fight after her efforts led to the rescue of more than 100 children.
 
Fighting against child labor
In these two photos, Bangladeshi boy Imran, 11, works at a factory that makes metal utensils in Dhaka, Bangladesh on Sunday, June 12. He earns less than US$5 per day. The World Day Against Child Labor, which was initiated in 2002 by the International Labor Organization to highlight the plight of child laborers, is observed around the world on June 12.
 
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