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May, 24, 2016

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A local Sufi Muslim leader has been found hacked to death in Bangladesh in a suspected Islamist killing, police said Saturday, two weeks after the Islamic State group claimed the murder of a liberal professor in the same northwestern district.
 
Nepal has recalled its ambassador to India and cancelled an upcoming visit by its president to New Delhi, officials said Saturday, further straining ties between the two neighbors after months of tension.
 
Bangladesh professor under armed guard after threats
After a Dhaka University professor asked a woman to remove her veil during his class, Muslim extremists called for his death, posting his personal details online along with tips on how to kill. Today, he remains under constant guard by armed police, stays mostly at home and bars his front door.
 
At least 13 people have been killed by a landslide of jade mining waste in northern Myanmar, a hospital said Friday. More people may still be buried under the waste.
 
Bangladesh Islamist leader to hang for war crimes
The leader of Bangladesh's top Islamist party Jamaat-e-Islami is set to hang within days after the Supreme Court on Thursday upheld his death sentence for war crimes.
 
Pacific Ocean castaways survive four weeks adrift
Four men have been rescued after spending nearly a month adrift in the Pacific surviving on fish after their boat was blown off course by a storm.
 
Sri Lanka suspends MPs after violent brawl
Sri Lanka's parliament on Thursday voted unanimously to suspend two of its members for one week with immediate effect over their involvement in the worst punch-up in the legislature in 12 years.
 
Two international rights groups have condemned the former Soviet republic of Tajikistan over its jailing of independent lawyers defending the battered opposition in the Central Asian state.
 
Nut for sale
A Bangladeshi street vendor sells coconuts on a street in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Wednesday, May 4. Many Bangladeshi people drink coconut water in the summer to beat the heat.
 
Confronting Khmer Rouge by letting voices of former fighters be heard
Standing next to cages that once housed political prisoners, former Khmer Rouge foot soldier Tho Lon gets a surprisingly sympathetic hearing from a clutch of students, despite his work for a regime that wiped out a quarter of Cambodia's population.
 
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