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Japan must face up to the truth over its wartime system of sex slavery if it is to purge the stain of its past wrongs, the man who issued a landmark apology said Tuesday.
Denying 'comfort women' stains Japan honor: Kono

 

Twelve Maoist rebels have been killed in a gun battle with police in a forest in an eastern Indian state known as a rebel stronghold, officers said Tuesday.
India police say 12 Maoist rebels killed

 

Nineteen people were hurt after a pickup truck smashed into a cafe in northern Australia on Tuesday, sparking a fire that engulfed the building, police said.
 

Police said they arrested the New Delhi state law minister Tuesday for allegedly holding a fake degree in law and registering as an attorney in the Indian capital, a move strongly condemned by the minister's party.
 

Police said they arrested the New Delhi state law minister Tuesday for allegedly holding a fake degree in law and registering as an attorney in the Indian capital, a move strongly condemned by the minister's party.
 

Police said they arrested the New Delhi state law minister Tuesday for allegedly holding a fake degree in law and registering as an attorney in the Indian capital, a move strongly condemned by the minister's party.
 

A Philippine court has ordered the release of nine Chinese fishermen who served a year in prison for poaching and taking hundreds of endangered giant sea turtles from a disputed South China Sea shoal, a court staffer said Tuesday.
 

Nepal's main political parties have reached agreements on several disputed issues that could lead to the drafting of a much-delayed constitution in the Himalayan nation.
 

The capital of Indonesia's devout Aceh province has imposed a partial curfew for women that it says will reduce sexual violence but which critics say is discriminatory.
 

South Korea Tuesday reported its seventh death from Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) as the government -- concerned about the economic impact -- said it hoped to end the crisis this week.
S. Korea reports 7th MERS death, vows to end the crisis

 

South Korea believes its MERS virus outbreak may have peaked, and experts say the next several days will be critical to determining whether the government's belated efforts have successfully stymied a disease that has killed seven people and infected nearly 100 in the country.
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South Korea says its deadly MERS outbreak may have peaked

 

Some 150 migrants found adrift in a boat off Myanmar's coast were set Monday for transfer to neighboring Bangladesh, an immigration official said, returning them to homes many tried to flee months ago.
Myanmar to start moving migrants to Bangladesh

 

The Pakistani Taliban on Monday urged Muslims in Myanmar to rise up and fight the country's rulers, saying the Taliban's resources and training facilities were available to help them "take up the sword."
 

Japanese academics Monday urged Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to renew apologies for the country's imperialist past and offer to compensate victims of its wartime brothel system, in the latest intervention from educationalists.
 
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