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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.
 
Hope fades for the missing in Sri Lanka as dump-collapse toll hits 21
Hopes of finding anyone alive under a collapsed mountain of garbage in Sri Lanka's capital faded Sunday as the death toll reached 21, police said.
 
11 killed in garbage dump collapse in Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan residents walk through damaged homes at the site of a collapsed garbage dump in Colombo on April 15.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Cambodia to allow foreigners to leave with surrogate babies
The Cambodian government is set to allow foreign couples to return home with babies conceived to surrogates before the "womb for rent" business was banned last year, an official said Monday.
 
Endangered elephant in Cambodia killed by power pole
A park ranger in Cambodia says an endangered wild elephant has died after an electrical pole fell and electrocuted the animal.
 
'I want my family to eat'  Children fuel Myanmar's economic boom
Fourteen-year-old San Min Hteik had worked at the steel factory for less than a week when his hand got caught in a machine, a casualty of the economic boom driving more children into Myanmar's factories.
 
East Timor votes for its new president
East Timor voted for a new president Monday, with a former guerrilla fighter tipped for victory after winning the backing of the two biggest parties, in a new sign of stability for Asia's youngest nation.
 
Bridge name makes for troubled waters in Myanmar
Thousands of people protested in eastern Myanmar on Sunday against plans to name a bridge after Aung San Suu Kyi's father, the latest flash point between her administration and the country's restless ethnic minorities.
 
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