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Vanuatu tourist bus crash kills three, injures 10
Three Vanuatu locals were killed and 10 Australian tourists injured, some seriously, when two buses collided in the Pacific island nation's capital, officials said Tuesday.
 
Myanmar's Rohingya may be victims of 'crimes against humanity,' says UN
Widespread and ongoing violations against Myanmar's Muslim Rohingya minority, including denial of citizenship, forced labor and sexual violence, could amount to crimes against humanity, the United Nations warned Monday.
 
Cambodia said Monday it would deport 13 Taiwanese nationals arrested on fraud charges to mainland China, as Taipei said its emissaries had been prevented from meeting with the suspects.
 
A teenage suspected Islamist militant being held in custody in Bangladesh was shot dead Saturday in a gunfight, police said, days after he allegedly hacked and critically wounded a Hindu lecturer.
 
A villager was shot dead in a remote mountainous area of Nepal and three others were injured in clashes over a rare and valuable fungus known as the "Himalayan Viagra" for its reputed aphrodisiac qualities, an official said Friday.
 
Bangladesh police said Monday they have arrested more than 8,000 people in a nationwide crackdown launched after a wave of murders targeting minorities and secular activists.
 
An Australian archaeologist says he and colleagues have found evidence of previously undiscovered medieval urban and agricultural networks surrounding the ancient city of Angkor Wat.
 
Fighting against child labor
In these two photos, Bangladeshi boy Imran, 11, works at a factory that makes metal utensils in Dhaka, Bangladesh on Sunday, June 12. He earns less than US$5 per day. The World Day Against Child Labor, which was initiated in 2002 by the International Labor Organization to highlight the plight of child laborers, is observed around the world on June 12.
 
Secrets of lost Cambodian cities 'to be revealed'
Archaeologists are set to unveil further details of medieval cities hidden under jungle in Cambodia near Angkor Wat, the world's largest religious complex, the Guardian newspaper said Saturday.
 
Bangladesh arrests over 5,000 in crackdown on radicals
Police in Bangladesh said Sunday that they have arrested more than 5,000 criminal suspects in the past few days as they continue a nationwide crackdown to try and stop a growing wave of brutal attacks on minorities and activists.
 
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