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Kerry seeks closer ties with Mongolia
Cultivating closer ties in this land of Genghis Khan lore and traditional yurts, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday tried his hand at archery, sampled curdled cheese and watched ancient wrestling, all while hailing Mongolia as a modern "oasis of democracy" in its neighborhood.
 
Several packages of cocaine have washed ashore on a Marshall Islands atoll in the western Pacific, police said Sunday, the latest shipment of drugs to pitch up on the remote archipelago's coast.
 
In Mongolia, Kerry seeks closer ties with democracy 'oasis'
Cultivating closer ties in this land of Genghis Khan lore and traditional yurts, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday tried his hand at archery, sampled curdled cheese and watched ancient wrestling, all while hailing Mongolia as a modern "oasis of democracy" in its neighborhood.
 
DHAKA - Tens of thousands of Sufis descended on the Bangladeshi capital Friday in a defiant show of unity, following a spate of targeted killings of members of the Muslim minority by suspected Islamist militants.
 
A walk through the market
A Buddhist monk passes market vendors collecting alms in Yangon, Myanmar, Friday, June 3.
 
Rockets, mud and phalluses: all in a day's praying for the farmers of Laos
In central Laos dozens of loud explosions pockmark the sky as men dressed in female clothing wielding large wooden phalluses dance, while others lubricated by the local rice whiskey simply roll in the mud.
 
Democracy helps fulfill late teen's last wish
Dying from soldiers' bullets, the young protester told her father not to lay her soul to rest until democracy reigned in her homeland, Myanmar. It has taken 28 years, but it is done.
 
Nepal honors 9 Sherpas who paved way for Everest climbers
KATHMANDU, Nepal -- Nepal celebrated Everest Day on Sunday by honoring nine Sherpa guides who fixed ropes and dug the route to the summit so hundreds of climbers could scale the world's highest mountain this month, following two years of disasters.
 
The tiny Pacific island nation of Palau said Friday it had torched an illegal fishing boat in a stark warning for poachers to stay away from its prized maritime sanctuary.
 
Afghan Taliban appoint new leader after Mansour's death
The Afghan Taliban confirmed on Wednesday that their former leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour was killed in a U.S. drone strike last week and that they have appointed a successor.
 
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