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Troops kill militant chief involved in beheadings: Philippines
Philippine troops battling militants on a central resort island killed a young Abu Sayyaf commander who was involved in the beheadings of two Canadians and a German and who had sailed far from the extremists' southern jungle hideouts to capture more hostages, the military chief said Wednesday.
 
At 85, Nepali aims to conquer Everest again
A Nepali who was once the oldest climber to scale Mount Everest is attempting to regain that title, at age 85, with hopes that the feat will help him spread a message of peace.
 
The bus stops of Pyongyang have no advertisements. Instead of exhortations to buy an energy drink or sign up to a mobile service, travellers are offered soothing images before they cram into packed vehicles.
 
Nepal's vulnerable rhinos on road to recovery
All hell broke loose as the one-horned rhino stepped out of the crate, the powerful male charging elephant-mounted mahouts relocating him to a new home in Nepal's far west in the hope of shoring up the vulnerable species.
 
Hanoi encouraged to invest in more attractive tourism infrastructure
Vietnam's capital city Hanoi has attracted many investors to launch large-scale tourism projects. However, to refresh available products like the old quarter or cultural heritage sites, the tourism sector needs to improve their quality by investing in infrastructure and human resources.
 
US strike group heads for Korea
The U.S. navy said Saturday it had sent a carrier-led strike group to the Korean peninsula in a show of force against North Korea's "reckless" nuclear weapons program.
 
Number of Vietnamese tourists to Taiwan grows
The number of Vietnamese tourists visiting Taiwan increased a brisk 22.4 percent from 2016, according to Vietnamese government statistics.
 
Samsung heir apparent's trial on bribery charges begins
A Seoul court on Friday began the trial of the country's most prominent businessman -- Samsung Group's de facto chief Lee Jae-yong -- on bribery charges in connection with the scandal that removed President Park Geun-hye from power.
 
Philippines to fortify Spratly islands it holds
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said Thursday he has ordered the military to occupy and fortify all Philippine-held islands in the disputed South China Sea to assert the country's claims amid what he says is a race to control territory in the area.
 
Searching for an identity
A young Indian girl sits on a bed at a hospital in this image taken from video in Bahraich, northern India, Thursday, April 6. Indian police are reviewing reports of missing children from recent years to try to identify the girl who was found in a forest with a group of monkeys.
 
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