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Duterte's satisfaction rating is at an all-time high
Poll data comes as Philippine president denies a report he arranged for back-channel talks with a terrorist group.
 
UPDATE: Death toll rises to 7 in southwestern Japan floods; princess delays engagement announcement
Record rainfall lashed southwestern Japan through Thursday, leaving seven people dead and over twenty unaccounted for.
 
Japan's odds of intercepting a North Korean ICBM: not good
Recent legislation makes it legal for Japan to intercept such ICBMs, but strict conditions and technological barriers are in the way.
 
Mobile phone use in Asian countries is skyrocketing
From 2000 to 2015, the average annual growth in mobile phone subscriptions reached 22 percent in Asia.
 
At least 1 dead as record-breaking rain continues to hit northern Kyushu
A man died and another caught in a landslide was in cardiac arrest as heavy rain keeps battering the northern part of Japan's Kyushu region.
 
A woman died from poisoned coffee and now the cafe's business is booming
The posh Jakarta cafe found itself at the center of a high-profile murder but instead of losing customers, it actually saw a boon in business.
 
Australian scientists claim to have further narrowed MH370 location
An Australian research team claimed that they have narrowed the location of missing Malaysia Airline flight MH370 to just a fraction of the ocean search area previously explored by Australian, Malaysian and Chinese authorities.
 
LATEST: Kim promises more missile test 'gift packages'
Threat comes after U.S. confirms that North Korea launched an intercontinental ballistic missile and as South Korea and the U.S. stage a combined exercise.
 
Debate has cleared air over abuse of power allegations in family home case: Singaporean PM
After a two-day debate on allegations of misuse of power, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said this had cleared the air over such charges. He urged the country to move forward and "get back to work".
 
Lee siblings say Singaporean PM misled father in handling of family home
The younger siblings of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong have responded to his ministerial statement in Parliament on Monday on their dispute over the family home at 38 Oxley Road.
 
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