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Hundreds of buildings in Rohingya villages in western Myanmar have been torched, according to new satellite images released on Sunday as fresh fighting flared in the strife-torn region.
 
An Asian news network on Saturday called for the release of two Myanmar media executives jailed for alleged defamation, the latest case to highlight limits on free speech under the country's new democratic government.
 
Crowds dice with death in Myanmar festival
The skies of central Myanmar were set ablaze this week with the beginning of the Taunggyi fire balloon festival, one of the most beautiful and dangerous celebrations in Asia.
 
Bangladesh Supreme Court orders demolition of long standing illegal building of the country's apparel exporters' headquarters.
 
A gunman who killed 10 people in an attack on a police station in Kazakhstan's largest city Almaty this summer has been sentenced to death, a court said Wednesday.
 
Storyteller uses photos and a few lines to reveal lives
It started with a photograph of a smirking, young man wearing a heavy-metal band T-shirt and selling tea on the streets of Kathmandu. It has become a wildly popular blog chronicling street life in the Himalayan nation of Nepal.
 
An angry mob vandalized at least five Hindu temples and attacked property in Bangladesh after an alleged Facebook post mocking one of Islam's holiest sites, police and residents said Monday.
 
Bangladesh telecoms caught up in $500 million tax row
By government accounts, four foreign-backed cellphone operators owe $500 million to Bangladesh in unpaid taxes. By the companies' accounts, the figure is closer to $50 million -- if it isn't zero.
 
Cricket: Bangladesh erupts in joy after historic England win
Thousands of people took to the streets in cities across Bangladesh as the perennial under-achievers beat England by 108 runs on Sunday to post one of their most momentous cricketing victories.
 
Former Cambodian Prime Minister Pen Sovann, who was installed then imprisoned by the Vietnamese after they defeated the brutal Khmer Rouge regime, has died. He was 80.
 
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