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Caged in Bhutan: Woman with schizophrenia lives out her life locked up in a cabin
Tshering Lhamo doesn't recognize food from her stool. She eats both. During menstruation, she paints her face with the blood.
 
Bangladesh landslides death toll rises to 137
Authorities in Bangladesh began relief operations on Wednesday after rain-triggered landslides killed at least 137 people in the country's south-east, officials said.
 
Sherpas save climbers from death in heroic rescue on Everest
Tales of triumph and tragedy are legion on Everest during the spring climbing season. Though rare, it also brings forth stories of heroic rescue efforts. This season, four mountain guides rescued a 60-year-old Pakistani climber and his guide, who had almost given up hope for life in the infamous Death Zone.
 
Bangladesh landslides kill more than 100
More than 100 people have died in Bangladesh after heavy rains triggered landslides in the country's hilly south-east, police and medical officials said on Tuesday.
 
Bodies, aircraft parts found in search for Myanmar plane
A navy ship found bodies and aircraft parts in the seas off Myanmar while searching Thursday morning for a military transport plane carrying 120 people, a spokesman said.
 
Debris of Myanmar plane carrying 116 found in sea
A Myanmar military plane carrying 116 people went missing on Wednesday between the southern city of Myeik and Yangon, according to the office of the army chief and an airport source.
 
Rat attack: Thousands of rodents swarm Myanmar villages
Thousands of rats have descended on villages on an island in southern Myanmar, a local official said on Tuesday, in what some have taken to be an ill omen of impending disaster.
 
Myanmar police arrest journalists over satirical story
Police in Myanmar have arrested a newspaper's chief editor and a columnist for allegedly defaming the military by publishing an article mocking its role in the country's efforts to reach a peace agreement with fractious minority groups, one of their lawyers said Monday.
 
Huge rallies in Cambodia as key poll looms
Tens of thousands of Cambodians jammed into the capital's streets for rival campaign rallies on Friday, two days before local polls set to test the mettle of an opposition desperate to upend premier Hun Sen's 32-year rule.
 
Indian divers to join Sri Lanka flood rescue as toll climbs
Tens of thousands of people marooned by severe flooding and mudslides in Sri Lanka remained in relief camps Tuesday, as aid teams bolstered by Indian navy divers and doctors pushed forward with rescue efforts.
 
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