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Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi said Tuesday supporters need not be afraid when they cast ballots in landmark elections, as she railed against government neglect while campaigning in her rural constituency.

"I miss you so much," 70-year-old Kim Ik-je tells the long-lost brother he knows he will almost certainly never see.
Divided Koreans record messages of pain, regret


MANILA, Philippines -- Unidentified gunmen have abducted a Norwegian resort manager, two Canadians and a Filipino woman from a southern Philippine island, the military and police said Tuesday.
Gunmen abduct 3 foreigners, Filipino from Philippine resort


A prominent Vietnamese blogger who was jailed after she wrote about corruption in the Communist country's police and judiciary has been released and left the country, the U.S. embassy said Monday.

Security researchers say they found critical weaknesses in a South Korean government-mandated child surveillance app -- vulnerabilities that left the private lives of the country's youngest citizens open to hackers.

Australia's new Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull indicated on Monday that he is in no hurry to sever the nation's constitutional links to Britain by appointing an Australian president as head of state.

Prime Minister John Key conceded Monday he faces a challenge persuading New Zealanders to change the national flag in a referendum after an opinion poll found overwhelming support for the existing banner.

North Korea's use of a lottery system to allow a fraction of the families separated by the Korean War to meet is "extremely cruel", a top rights expert said Monday.

Eight centuries after the ruler of the greatest land empire in history was born, descendants of the mighty Mongol Kublai Khan are a people divided between his homeland and the China he conquered, with both claiming him as their own.
Divided Mongols find some solidarity in shared ancestor ruler Kublai Khan


Her back hunched over, Nepali villager Sanchimaya Thami strained to make the last stretch of a five-hour trek to deliver critical relief supplies to other victims of April's devastating earthquake.
Nepal's quake survivors become porters to deliver critical aid


The leader of a sultanate in the southern Philippines that staged a 2013 invasion of a bustling Malaysian state and sparked a deadly security crisis has died of kidney failure, his family and followers said Sunday.
Filipino sultanate head who invaded Malaysia dies


A veteran New Zealand zookeeper was attacked and killed by a Sumatran tiger Sunday inside the animal's enclosure.
Zookeeper dies after attack by Sumatran tiger in N. Zealand


New Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull appointed Australia's first female defense minister Sunday as he filled more key posts with women in a "very extensive" cabinet reshuffle, days after ousting Tony Abbott in a party coup.

Myanmar plans to make left-hand drive cars compulsory, state media reported Sunday, causing concern in a country where the vast majority of vehicles remain right-hand drive despite cars driving on the right.
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