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395 still missing amid North Korea floods: UN
Severe flooding in a North Korean border region has killed at least 133 people with another 395 missing and thousands of homes swept away, the U.N. says, after Pyongyang reported "great hardship" in the area.
 
Death toll in Bangladesh factory fire rises to 31
The death toll from a boiler explosion and subsequent fire at a packaging factory in Bangladesh over the weekend has risen to 31 after more bodies were found in the debris, an official said Monday.
 
Japan official criticized for piggyback ride
A Japanese government official is under fire for riding on a colleague's back to get through a big puddle of water during his recent visit to a town devastated by a deadly storm.
 
An American amateur investigator handed possible debris from missing flight MH370 to Australian officials Monday and said several pieces were blackened by flames, raising the prospect of a flash fire onboard.
 
A Vietnamese court on Monday approved a Malaysian request for the extradition of eight Indonesians suspected of hijacking a Malaysian oil tanker more than a year ago, and rejected a similar request from Indonesia, state media reported.
 
Seoul says North Korea capable of another nuclear test
North Korea is capable of detonating another nuclear device anytime at one of its unused tunnels at the country's main atomic test site, Seoul official said Monday, three days after the country carried out its fifth bomb explosion.
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US and Japan scramble for 'strongest' sanctions
Washington and Tokyo are seeking "the strongest possible" measures against North Korea after its latest and most powerful nuclear test, a top U.S. envoy said Sunday.
 
Indian soldiers kill four militants as police officer dies in Kashmir strife
A police officer and four militants were killed in separate incidents Sunday in Indian administered-Kashmir as hundreds of residents clashed with security forces in the region hit by weeks of deadly unrest.
 
Philippines' bloody crime war a 'success': government
The bloody crime war that has claimed nearly 3,000 lives in the Philippines in just two months was dubbed a "success" on Sunday by a spokesman for controversial President Rodrigo Duterte.
 
A defiant North Korea Sunday restated its demand for recognition as a "legitimate" nuclear-armed state, as world powers pondered ways to punish Pyongyang for its latest and largest atomic test.
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