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January, 23, 2017

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CAL and Japan Airlines sign MOU to strengthen cargo and passenger cooperation
Taiwan's main carrier China Airlines and Japan Airlines agreed on Tuesday to strengthen cargo and passenger cooperation.
 
Hairspray and hangovers greet Japan's new adults
Draped in dazzling kimonos, thousands of expensively made-up young Japanese women marked their entry into adulthood on Monday -- with many planning a night on the booze to celebrate.
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Fears of terrorism keep security tight at Manila Roman Catholic event
A massive crowd of mostly barefoot Filipino Roman Catholic devotees on Monday joined an annual procession of a centuries-old statue of Jesus Christ held under tight security due to fears of a possible attack following the killing of a suspected Islamic extremist leader.
 
Aus. minister steps down  over expenses
Australia's heath minister temporarily stepped down Monday while her travel expense claims are investigated. The scandal surrounding Minister Sussan Ley's expense claims could trigger the first reshuffle of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's Cabinet since his government was reelected six months ago.
 
Singapore on Monday demanded the immediate return of nine armored troop carriers impounded by Hong Kong while in transit from Taiwan, calling the seizure illegal under international law.
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With Donald Trump getting ready to take office as president, North Korea is talking about launching a newly perfected intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM).
 
Japan's ambassador to South Korea returned to Tokyo on Monday, reiterating its frustration over a statue of a "comfort woman" which has reignited a diplomatic row over Tokyo's wartime sex slavery.
 
The Indian army says three civilian laborers working with an army road construction crew were killed in a pre-dawn militant attack near the border with Pakistan in Indian-controlled Kashmir.
 
At least 65,000 Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh from Myanmar -- a third of them over the past week -- since the army launched a crackdown in the north of Rakhine state, the U.N. said Monday.
 
Violence mars another public hearing
Physical altercations erupted outside the third regional public hearing on pension reforms Sunday in Kaohsiung, where over a thousand police were stationed to keep demonstrators at bay.
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