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Philippine President-elect Rodrigo Duterte says he could be open to peace talks with the Islamic militant group Abu Sayyaf, which recently beheaded two foreign hostages and kidnapped seven more.
 
A handful of faded photographs has long been Suntali Rasaili's only treasured memento of her teenage daughter, allegedly executed by Nepali soldiers at the height of the Maoist insurgency.
 
Church blasts Duterte
A suspected drug pusher lies dead as police crime scene operatives gather evidence after three suspected drug pushers were killed when a drug bust operation ended in a shootout with authorities in Manila, Saturday, June 25.
 
Police have arrested a schoolgirl in northeast India for allegedly cheating during pressure-packed exams that saw her come top in the state in a growing scandal, a senior officer said Sunday.
 
Bangladesh gets US$165 million in credit from China-led AIIB
The US$165 million loan to Bangladesh for a power distribution system upgrade and expansion project has two components to be executed by Bangladesh Rural Electrification Board and Dhaka Electric Supply Company Ltd.
 
Indonesian Olympic lifters say Ramadan no heavy weight
Indonesian Olympic medalist Triyatno had a look of pained determination on his face as he hauled a 180 kilogram barbell into the air -- no mean feat for a weightlifter fasting during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.
 
NEW DELHI - India has blamed regional rival China for blocking its entry to a nuclear trade group opposed to the proliferation of nuclear weapons, after its members met in South Korea with no decision on India's bid to join.
 
Mud people festival
A villager, donning capes mostly of dried banana leaves and covered in mud, attends a mass in a bizarre annual ritual to venerate their patron saint, John the Baptist, Friday, June 24, at Bibiclat, Aliaga township, Nueva Ecija province in northern Philippines.
 
MANILA - A Filipina held hostage by a notorious kidnapping-for-ransom gang in the strife-torn southern Philippines was released from captivity Friday, police said, a week after her Canadian boyfriend was beheaded by the gunmen.
 
KATHMANDU - Nepal has barred its citizens from working in Afghanistan after a suicide bomb attack killed 13 Nepali guards in Kabul this week, an official said Friday.
 
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