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Three Thai men arrested in Cambodia for allegedly carrying counterfeit US$100 bills with a face value of more than US$7 million planned to circulate the fakes in rural areas where they would be less likely to be detected, police said Saturday.
 

New Zealand's conservative Prime Minister John Key swept to a historic election victory on Saturday, securing a third term as voters ignored campaign allegations of dirty tricks and mass spying.
 

A storm that brought torrential monsoon rains which flooded much of the Philippine capital gained strength and battered the country's northernmost provinces Saturday with heavy downpours and strong winds.
 

The Dalai Lama on Saturday condemned mindless violence in the name of religion, saying the concept of jihad was being misused and misinterpreted by Islamist extremists.
 

South Korea Olympic boss Thomas Bach Saturday said future Games hosts would have to prove their “sustainability” as he heralded a shake-up of the bidding criteria.
IOC chief to demand 'sustainable' Games

 

Australia's largest ever counter-terrorism raids on Thursday detained 15 people and foiled an alleged plot by Islamic State (IS) jihadists to conduct “demonstration killings,” including beheading a random member of the public.
 

Sony shares plunged Thursday after the electronics giant warned of a US$2.14 billion annual loss linked to its struggling mobile phone unit, taking investors by surprise and dealing another blow to its turnaround plan.
 

A consortium led by Hyundai Motor Co. offered more than US$10 billion for land in Seoul's tony Gangnam district where it will build a new headquarters. The sky high price surprised shareholders who sent the automaker's shares down nearly 10 percent.
Hyundai to pay US$10 billion for Gangnam land

 

Fiji's military ruler for the past eight years appeared to be headed to a decisive victory Thursday to become the South Pacific nation's elected leader.
Fiji's military ruler headed for big election win

 

A wave of “civil awareness” across Taiwan, Hong Kong and China is inspiring more documentary makers to unearth stories that otherwise would not be told, according to an award-winning Taiwanese director.
Civil awareness inspires Asian documentary makers

 
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