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Indonesian authorities wage war on rampaging macaques
Soldiers, police and civilian sharpshooters have been enlisted to wage war on macaques who have wreaked havoc on villages in Indonesia's province of Central Java, media reports said Friday.
 
An ancient and mystical Khmer martial art claws its way back
Cambodia's lesser known martial art, Yuthakun Khorm, is experiencing a recent boost.
 
Watch: 9-year-old Celine Tam gets the golden buzzer on America's Got Talent
Guest judge Laverne Cox couldn't hide how she felt.
 
China's Huawei to supply key network equipment for Seoul Metro
China's biggest network equipment manufacturer Huawei will supply core equipment for the telecommunications systems of Seoul's major underground railways, sources said Thursday.
 
A foreign tourist has been jailed in Myanmar for wearing sandals at a pagoda
Wearing shoes at pagodas in Myanmar is deemed highly offensive to locals.
 
The South Korean capital's top tourist attraction isn't sexy or scenic — it's the subway
It's followed by the War Memorial of Korea and the palace Gyeongbokgung, according to a user-contributed TripAdvisor list.
 
The US wants more pressure on North Korea ahead of an Asian security forum
Manila will host the annual ministerial meetings of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and its dialogue partners starting this weekend.
 
Six-year-old boy dies after being locked in school truck
The parents of the boy had agreed to donate his organs.
 
Female K-Pop singers targets of online sexual harassment and crimes
Verbal assault over a controversial ad is yet another reminder that female celebrities still are frequently exposed to sexual harassment online.
 
Toshiba needs to do this to rehabilitate itself
Toshiba Corp. must clear three hurdles to keep its shares from being delisted from the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
 
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