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Nepal votes in first local election in 20 years
Voting began Sunday in Nepal's first local elections for two decades, a landmark moment in the country's fraught transition to democracy.
 
N.Korea launches ballistic missile
North Korea on Sunday test-launched a ballistic missile that flew about 700 kilometers (435 miles), South Korea's military said, a possible response to the election four days ago of a new South Korean president and as U.S., Japanese and European militaries gather for war games in the Pacific.
 
Flame it on the sunshine: Solar chicken a hot hit
Not many chefs don a welding mask before they enter the kitchen, but Sila Sutharat prefers to cook his chicken sunny side up.
 
South Korea's new president in talks with China, Japan leaders over N. Korea
South Korea's new president Moon Jae-In spoke to the leaders of China and Japan Thursday, hours after a telephone call with his U.S. counterpart Donald Trump, officials said, as he began shaping his approach to the nuclear-armed North.
 
N. Korea says it will seek extradition of plot culprits
Pyongyang will seek the extradition of anyone involved in what it says was a CIA-backed plot to kill leader Kim Jung Un last month with a biochemical poison, a top North Korean foreign ministry official said Thursday.
 
South Korea's new leader 'willing to visit North'
New South Korean President Moon Jae-in said as he took office Wednesday that he is open to visiting rival North Korea under the right conditions to talk about its aggressive pursuit of nuclear-tipped missiles.
 
'Saigon's' rapidly vanishing colonial architecture
They formed the charming backdrop to Graham Greene's sin-filled Saigon in "The Quiet American," but the colonial-era buildings of Vietnam's biggest city are fast disappearing -- sparking fears it is losing its unique charm.
 
Name sought for rare albino orangutan
A conservation group is asking the public to name a rare albino orangutan that was rescued from villagers on Borneo island last month, hoping it will become a symbol of efforts to save the critically endangered species.
 
Qantas boss says he won't be silenced despite pie protest
Qantas chief Alan Joyce, who was hit in the face by a pie in a protest against gay marriage in Australia, said Wednesday he would not be silenced on important social issues.
 
Landslide win for liberal Moon
Left-leaning former human rights lawyer Moon Jae-in won South Korea's presidential election by a landslide, an exit poll predicted when voting closed Tuesday.
 
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