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December, 3, 2016

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Jantar Mantar: India's protest street
At one end of a backstreet in downtown Delhi a group of women hold a vigil to demand rapists be executed, while at the other acolytes of a spiritual leader arrested for sexual assault demand his release.
 
Philippine police defused a bomb found in a rubbish bin near the U.S. Embassy in Manila Monday, authorities said, with officials blaming Islamic militants for what they called an attempted terrorist act.
 
Marmoset heist
This undated photo shows Pygmy marmosets at the Symbio Wildlife Park in Sydney. Two men were charged Monday, Nov. 28 with stealing the rare pygmy marmosets from an Australian wildlife park as a baby was reunited with her mum and the hunt continued to find dad.
 
Multiple boats packed with Rohingya refugees fleeing violence in Myanmar were turned back by Bangladesh border guards Monday, despite appeals by the country's opposition to provide shelter to the persecuted Muslim minority.
 
Malaysian police Monday freed the head of a pro-democracy group which organized a mass rally calling on Prime Minister Najib Razak to resign over a massive corruption scandal.
 
Day of rage
People rally as part of a nationwide protest against demonetisation in Kolkata on Monday, Nov. 28.
 
The pilot of an Indonesian army helicopter has been rescued alive days after the aircraft crashed on Borneo island, an official said Monday, but four other crew members are still missing.
 
North Korea is observing a three-day period of mourning for Fidel Castro, seen by the North as a rare comrade-in-arms against the common enemy of the United States.
 
Vietnam police seized two large caches of heroin and marijuana in separate drug busts over the weekend, with several people arrested on suspicion of smuggling the narcotics in from neighboring Laos, official reports said Monday.
 
Who deserves the Marcos regime's art?
A multimillion-dollar trove of seized Impressionist art believed to have been owned by the regime of Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos has sat for five years in a climate-controlled Brooklyn warehouse, the subject of a bitter legal fight.
 
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