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Australia's conservative federal government was Sunday assessing the opposition Labor party's comfortable victory in the Victoria state election, with some citing the national government's unpopular policies as a key factor.
 

Nearly deaf and riddled with cancer and ulcers, 90-year-old Rampyari Bai insists she will never give up fighting for justice for victims of the world's worst industrial disaster.
30 years on, fight for justice continues to rage in Bhopal

 

Thailand's Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn has asked the government to strip his wife's family of their royally issued surname, the latest development in a high-profile crackdown that involves senior members of the police force.
Thai crown prince strips wife's kin of royal name

 

Hundreds of gays and lesbians marched through the streets of the Indian capital on Sunday, the first parade in New Delhi since the Supreme Court reinstated a colonial-era ban on gay sex.
New Delhi gay pride parade marches after shock ruling

 

Japan released a string of lackluster economic data Friday with inflation hitting its lowest level for more than a year, dealing another blow to Tokyo's attempts to conquer years of falling prices and tepid growth.
 

Human rights groups Friday condemned the Thai authorities for sentencing five alleged Muslim separatists to death, saying the punishment would do little to promote peace in the violence-racked south.
 

Indonesia has ordered officials to eat local street food at meetings instead of fancy foreign fare and stop holding lavish parties, the latest moves by the new government to crack down on bureaucratic excess.
 

An Australian family Friday spoke of their shock after a man jumped out of bushes and drove off in a hearse carrying the body of a relative just before his funeral.
 

Condemned at the U.N. for rights abuses, North Korea hit back Friday, describing the United States as a human rights “tundra” where racial discrimination flourishes.
 

Japan's biggest newspaper apologized in print Friday for using the term “sex slaves” in its English-language edition to describe Asian women forced into Japanese military-run brothels during World War II.
 

Thailand's parliament has voted to ban commercial surrogacy after outrage erupted over the unregulated industry following a series scandals including the case of an Australian couple accused of abandoning a baby with Down's syndrome.
 

Two girls found hanging earlier this year in northern India committed suicide and were not gang-raped and murdered as previously thought, the country's top policing agency said Thursday.
 

A Japanese reporter on Thursday pleaded not guilty to charges of defaming South Korea's president by reporting rumors that she was absent for seven hours during a ferry disaster in April because she was with a man.
 

North Korea revealed Thursday that Kim Jong-Un's younger sister holds the title of a senior party official, confirming her rise through the ranks as a potential key aide to the young leader.
 
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