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October, 23, 2016

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The accused in Pakistan's most infamous blasphemy case has been granted a fresh chance to escape the gallows after the Supreme Court confirmed Friday that next week it will hear Asia Bibi's appeal against her execution.
South Korean police said Friday they were investigating accusations that four men killed a missing sheepdog before eating it in a case that has infuriated many and caused debate on the country's dog-eating culture. The dog's owner said her heart was ripped by the loss.
Around a half tonne of ivory hidden in a timber shipment has been seized in Vietnam, an official said Friday, the second large haul of the illegally-trafficked product in a week.
Buddhist monks lead commemoration of 1976 Thai massacre
Buddhist monks, mourners, activists and the merely curious gathered Thursday to mark the 40th anniversary of one of the darkest days in Thailand's history, when police killed scores of university students at a peaceful protest, and ghoulish vigilantes defiled the dead.
Explosive training
Mannequins are blown off as a bomb explodes near them during a counter-terrorism drill near the Jamsil Olympic Stadium in Seoul, South Korea, Thursday, Oct. 6. The drill is aimed to prepare for any potential terror attacks in the country as threats of terrorist attacks have become heightened across the world.
South Korea cleaned up Thursday after Typhoon Chaba lashed its southern coast with powerful winds and heavy rains that triggered flash floods and left six people dead and four missing.
The Indonesian air force Thursday held a major exercise around its islands in the South China Sea where there have been clashes with Chinese vessels in waters claimed by Beijing.
Pakistan-India tensions spike
Supporters of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party burn the representation of Indian flags during a protest in Peshawar, Pakistan, Wednesday, Oct. 5. Pakistan's powerful army chief lashed out at India on Thursday,.....
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's popularity has soared during his first three months in office, an independent survey showed Thursday, in an apparent endorsement by Filipinos of his brutal crime war.
Nine Australians charged after stripping down to skimpy swimsuits at the Malaysian Formula One Grand Prix walked free Thursday without a conviction after pleading guilty to causing a public nuisance and apologizing.
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