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US warship in west Pacific for Japan navy drills: Tokyo
The U.S. supercarrier Carl Vinson will start joint exercises with Japan's navy on Sunday, Tokyo's defense ministry said, as the warship passes through the western Pacific after days of contention over its whereabouts.
 
Nepal's quake injured stalked by disability
The day after Nepal was struck by a devastating earthquake, Samrat Basnet opened his doors to the wounded as hospitals overwhelmed with thousands of victims had to send away those without life-threatening injuries.
 
70 year old caps off six major events with London Marathon finish
He was bruised and bloodied after a collision with another runner at the 35 kilometer mark, but that didn't stop Lee Te-yi from getting to the finish line.
 
Religion, free homes spur Mumbai's bazaar revamp
Farida Kachwala is vacating her family's cramped home of 80 years, one of thousands receiving modern apartments through a project that hopes to transform Mumbai's historic Bhendi Bazaar from a dilapidated ghetto into a slick Singapore-like enclave.
 
A 12-year-old boy trying to drive from coast-to-coast through the vast Australian outback was stopped by traffic police more than a thousand kilometers into the epic road trip, authorities said Sunday.
 
VP Pence embraces US-Australia partnership
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence and Australia's prime minister swept aside any lingering tensions Saturday over an Obama era agreement on the resettlement of refugees, joining forces to urge China to take a greater role in pressuring North Korea to scuttle its nuclear weapons and missile program.
 
Vietnam village releases hostages held in land row
More than a dozen police and officials held hostage by Vietnamese villagers over a land dispute were released Saturday, state media reported, ending a week-long standoff that had gripped the country.
 
Drivers scramble as Pyongyang  gas stations put limits on supply
Car users in Pyongyang are scrambling to fill up their tanks as gas stations begin limiting services or even closing amid concerns of a spreading shortage.
 
Australia, NZ kick off global science rallies
Thousands of people rallied in Australia and New Zealand Saturday in support of science, the first of more than 500 marches globally triggered by concern over the rise of "alternative facts."
 
Coolin' down
Himalayan black bear Bhoomika has water sprinkled on him to keep him cool in an enclosure at the Nehru Zoological Park in Hyderabad, India on Friday, April 21 during an intense heatwave in the southern state of Telangana.
 
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