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Two dead as boat carrying Rohingya fleeing to Bangladesh capsizes
Two people drowned after a boat carrying Rohingya Muslims fleeing to Bangladesh from Myanmar capsized in the Naf River, police said on Thursday.
 
Abe launches India's first bullet train project
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Narendra Modi have launched work on India's first high-speed train, estimated to cost over 17 billion dollars.
 
In traffic-choked Jakarta, pedestrians aim to reclaim the footpaths
The Indonesian capital struggles with inadequate public transport and dilapidated infrastructure, while reckless motorists, stifling heat and poor access discourage people from walking on the footpaths.
 
North Korea labels UN resolution 'a product of heinous provocation'
North Korea's Foreign Ministry slams the most recent United Nations resolution passed against it, rejecting the sanctions and saying they are a "product of heinous provocation."
 
Eager to hear their late daughter's heartbeat
The sound of their daughter's heartbeat is all Mark Kok Wah and his wife Ariess Tan have longed to hear since their only child died two years ago at 18.
 
Suu Kyi to skip UN General Assembly to focus on Rohingya crisis
Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi will skip the UN General Assembly in order to deal with the Rohingya crisis at home, local media reported Wednesday.
 
On Seoul streets, hawks outnumber doves on North Korea
South Koreans are frustrated by latest conflict with Pyongyang.
 
Haley: Sanctions will 'starve' N Korea into ending nuclear programme
US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley says her country was "not looking for war" with North Korea, as the UN Security Council unanimously passes new sanctions she says will "starve the regime" into stopping its nuclear programme.
 
UN rights chief: Myanmar a 'textbook example of ethnic cleansing
The deadly security operation in Myanmar's Rakhine state is apparently designed to rid the country of the Muslim Rohingya minority, UN rights chief Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein says.
 
Malaysia unblocks Steam after it blocks this Taiwanese game
Blocking of access to popular gaming platform Steam has been lifted after the site complied with the government's request to disable downloads for the video game 'Fight of Gods' to Malaysians.
 
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