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Indonesian desserts going international
In order to more popularize Indonesian dishes, including desserts, Salon Culinaire presents a competition.
 
Philippine forces close in on terrorists in south
Philippine government troops on Thursday advanced toward the center of Marawi, in an operation aimed at dislodging local terrorists who had seized the city to establish an enclave in the Philippines of the Islamic State (IS) jihadist group in Iraq and Syria.
 
Australia introduces new amnesty for illegal guns
The Australian government on Friday introduced a three-month amnesty for people to hand in unregistered guns in an effort to keep more than a quarter-of-a-million illegal firearms in the country out of terrorists' hands.
 
Philippine leader taking a break after 'brutal' schedule amid siege
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is taking at least one week off from work after a "brutal" schedule overseeing a military offensive to clear besieged Marawi City from Islamist militants, his aides said Friday.
 
Australia's PM Turnbull lampoons Trump in leaked audio
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has lampooned U.S. President Donald Trump in an audio that was leaked to the Australian media on Thursday.
 
LATEST: Japanese upper house passes controversial anti-conspiracy bill
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling party and a coalition partner railroaded a controversial anti-conspiracy bill through the upper house of parliament early Thursday.
 
Bangladesh landslides death toll rises to 137
Authorities in Bangladesh began relief operations on Wednesday after rain-triggered landslides killed at least 137 people in the country's south-east, officials said.
 
Sherpas save climbers from death in heroic rescue on Everest
Tales of triumph and tragedy are legion on Everest during the spring climbing season. Though rare, it also brings forth stories of heroic rescue efforts. This season, four mountain guides rescued a 60-year-old Pakistani climber and his guide, who had almost given up hope for life in the infamous Death Zone.
 
Bangladesh landslides kill more than 100
More than 100 people have died in Bangladesh after heavy rains triggered landslides in the country's hilly south-east, police and medical officials said on Tuesday.
 
Suspected N.Korea drone photographed US missile defense site
A suspected North Korean drone photographed a U.S. missile defense system in South Korea before it crashed near the border where it was found last week, Seoul's Defense Ministry said Tuesday.
 
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