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The biggest result of the first meeting of South Korean, mainland Chinese and Japanese leaders in more than three years? More meetings.
S. Korea, Japan, China leaders agree to mend strained ties

 

At least three people were killed and 12 wounded when a passenger train hit a bomb planted on a railway track in southwest Pakistan on Sunday, officials said.
 

An elderly South Korean man who was kidnapped by Abu Sayyaf militants in the southern Philippines 10 months ago has been found dead apparently due to an illness, police and military officials said Sunday.
 

Australia's government refused to comment on a report Saturday that said it was considering resettling refugees it currently houses on two Pacific islands in the Central Asian state of Kyrgyzstan.
 

South Korean President Park Geun-hye and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang discussed North Korea and trade ties on Saturday as they met one-on-one in Seoul ahead of a trilateral summit with Japan.
Chinese, S. Korea discuss N. Korea, free trade

 

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang arrived in Seoul on Saturday for a three-way summit with South Korean President Park Geun-hye and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe aimed at repairing relations strained from historical and territorial issues.
Chinese premier arrives in Seoul for three-way summit

 

An international tribunal ruled Thursday that it can take on a case between mainland China and the Philippines over disputed territory in the South China Sea, overruling objections from Beijing that the arbitration body has no authority to hear the case.
 

BEIJING - China's navy chief warned his US counterpart encounters between their forces could spiral into conflict, state media reported, two days after a US destroyer sailed close to Beijing's artificial South China Sea islands.
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China naval chief warns US of conflict risk in South China Sea

 

Persistent rains have cleared the air across vast stretches of Southeast Asia that have choked for weeks on hazardous smoke from Indonesian fires, with officials and citizens expressing hope Thursday the crisis could soon end.
SE Asia breathes sigh of relief as rains dampen smog crisis

 

An official said that Sri Lanka will release more than 100 Indian fishermen detained for poaching and that India will free dozens of Sri Lankan fishermen in its custody.
 

South Korea said Monday it had offered Japan a long-awaited leadership summit that would be a major step towards improving relations after an extended period of diplomatic rancor and mistrust.
 

Pakistani officials on Monday said "unprovoked" gunfire and shelling by Indian border guards killed three civilians near the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir, while India said Pakistan fired first.
 

The U.S. Navy's top commander in the Pacific says it's up to policymakers in Washington whether his sailors patrol within 12 nautical miles of newly constructed islands claimed by China in the South China Sea.
US admiral: Policymakers to decide South China Sea patrols

 

Two mainland Chinese diplomats being held over a gun attack that killed two colleagues and wounded another have immunity from prosecution and will be sent back to China, the Philippines said Thursday.
Chinese held over killings have immunity: Philippines

 
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