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Arrested Fiji opposition leader slams 'dictatorship'
Fiji is reverting to dictatorship and its democracy is a "farce," an opposition leader in the Pacific nation said Tuesday after he was arrested for taking part in a debate.
Death toll in Bangladesh factory fire rises to 31
The death toll from a boiler explosion and subsequent fire at a packaging factory in Bangladesh over the weekend has risen to 31 after more bodies were found in the debris, an official said Monday.
An American amateur investigator handed possible debris from missing flight MH370 to Australian officials Monday and said several pieces were blackened by flames, raising the prospect of a flash fire onboard.
A man "inspired by" the Islamic state group was Sunday charged with committing an act of terror over a stabbing attack that Australian police called the "new face of terrorism".
Sri Lanka pilots Friday started industrial action against random breathalyzer tests, as the island's national carrier warned passengers to expect delays.
Cambodian opposition leader gets prison in latest standoff with gov't
A Cambodian opposition leader was sentenced to five months in jail Friday in the latest faceoff between the government and opposition as political tensions over challenges to Prime Minister Hun Sen's longstanding autocratic rule show no signs of easing.
Nepal criticized by human rights group for failing to stop marriage of children
Traditional practices, poverty, last year's massive earthquake and Nepal's ongoing political instability mean child marriages remain a serious problem in the country, where 10 percent of the girls marry before they are 15, even though the government says it is.............
Obama cancels Duterte meet over 'whore' slur
U.S. President Barack Obama cancelled a meeting with foul-mouthed Philippine leader Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday at a regional summit after being branded a "son of a whore" who would wallow like a pig.
US 'obliged' to heal Laos war wounds: Obama
President Barack Obama pledged Tuesday to dramatically increase U.S. efforts to clear millions of bombs secretly dropped on tiny Laos by American planes a generation ago, saying the clean-up was a "moral obligation."
Authorities in Kyrgyzstan on Tuesday blamed Uighur jihadists in Syria for masterminding a suicide attack against the Chinese embassy in the Central Asian country.
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