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Life terms upheld for 2 Khmer Rouge leaders
A special Cambodian court on Wednesday upheld the life sentences for the two most senior surviving members of the Khmer Rouge regime, which was responsible for the deaths of 1.7 million people.
 
Court upholds life sentences for Khmer Rouge leaders
Cambodia's UN-backed court upheld life sentences for two top former Khmer Rouge leaders on Wednesday for crimes against humanity, in a verdict welcomed by survivors of the brutal regime.
 
Cambodia's opposition party has ended a six-month boycott of the parliament, saying it wants to ensure the national budget for 2017 is debated properly in the house.
 
Dalai Lama preaches in Mongolia, risking fury
The Dalai Lama preached to thousands of Buddhists in Mongolia despite demands from China that the visit by the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader be scrapped, at a time Mongolia seeks a critical aid package from its powerful neighbor.
 
An Australian nurse and fertility specialist has been arrested for allegedly running an illegal surrogacy service in Cambodia, the country's anti-human trafficking police said on Sunday.
 
The Bangladeshi coast guard prevented 125 Rohingya Muslims from entering its territory as the group attempted to escape violent unrest in neighboring Myanmar.
 
Anti-Muslim monk compares himself to Trump
Shunned by Myanmar's new government and its Buddhist hierarchy, a nationalist monk blamed for whipping up at times bloody anti-Muslim fervor said he feels vindicated by U.S. voters who elected Donald Trump to be president.
 
November in Cambodia
Cambodian rowers on wooden boats compete during the annual water festival on the Tonle Sap river in front of Royal Palace in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Monday, Nov. 14.
 
The Myanmar Press Council (MPC) and four other media organizations have issued a joint statement calling for a quick resolution to the detention of Eleven Media Group's CEO and chief editor in accordance with that country's Media Law.
 
The wreckage of an ultralight aircraft that disappeared in Nepal last year with two people on board has been found, an aviation official said Monday.
 
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