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August, 29, 2016

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A woman gave birth to a premature but healthy baby girl mid-flight while traveling from the United Arab Emirates to the Philippines, forcing the plane to carry out an emergency landing in India.
 
North Korea on Wednesday labelled South Korean President Park Geun-hye a "psychopath" after she made a speech slamming Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions and defending the deployment of a U.S. anti-missile system.
 
Elephant dies after 1,700 km journey
An elephant thought to have travelled at least 1,700 kilometers from India into Bangladesh after becoming separated from its herd by floods died on Tuesday despite last-ditch efforts to save him.
 
Indonesian airline operators welcomed back into American skies
Indonesian airline operators on Monday expressed their appreciation for the government's successful efforts to secure the long-awaited safety ranking upgrade from U.S. aviation authorities, which opens up opportunities for them to offer services to more international destinations.
 
Indian police have charged Amnesty with sedition after several Kashmiris allegedly called for independence for the troubled region at an event organized by the rights group, an officer said Tuesday.
 
A rising tide lifts all spirits
A boy swimming in the fountain at Logan Circle uses a frisbee to shoot the water from one of the smaller fountains to direct the water anywhere he wishes in Philadelphia, Monday, Aug. 15.
 
Police have arrested a doctor in western India for allegedly injecting six people with a lethal overdose and burying most of the bodies at his farmhouse, an officer said Tuesday.
 
Connected Malaysia
A Malaysian Muslim man looks at his mobile phone as he is silhouetted against one of Putrajaya's landmarks, Seri Wawasan Bridge, seen from a mosque in Putrajaya, Malaysia, Tuesday, Aug. 16. Over 60 percent of Malaysia's population is Muslim, while the rest practice other religions as Buddhism, Christianity and Hinduism.
 
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has announced a sharp increase in next year's national budget to fund his controversial war on crime, with security forces to get big pay rises.
 
Violence on India's Independence Day
A Jammu and Kashmir Police (JKP) motorcyclist rides through a burning hoop and a wall of glass tubes during an Independence Day event at The Bakshi Stadium in Srinagar on Monday, Aug. 15.
 
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