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The law is an ass: An Indonesian man has been jailed for growing cannabis to relieve his cancer-stricken wife's pain
He didn't sell the marijuana or use it himself, but he's been given hard time.
 
There has been a profound shift in public support for gay marriage in Australia
Among women, the rate of support is up to 67 percent from 43 percent in 2005.
 
Doctors are stunned after a baby was born 'pregnant' with his twin
Baby inception: Only 100 such cases of fetus-in-fetu have been documented worldwide.
 
New HIV infections in the Philippines have more than doubled in 6 years
It's the fastest-growing HIV epidemic in Asia and the Pacific, according to a U.N. agency.
 
Here's how the next prime minister of Pakistan will be elected
Following the ouster of PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif from the prime minister's seat on July 28, the National Assembly will be voting for a new head of government today, August 1.
 
Ex-Thai PM Yingluck pleads for justice ahead of verdict
Former Thai prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Tuesday insisted she had done nothing wrong, as she delivered her closing statement at the end of an 18-month trial over her controversial rice subsidy scheme.
 
Japan plans collect Fukushima nuclear fuel debris from 2021
A Japanese government advisory body has compiled a draft blueprint for recovering nuclear fuel debris from the No. 1 to 3 reactors that melted down at Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc.'s Fukushima No. 1 power plant, it has been learned.
 
This Taiwanese firm thinks a Cambodian base could add some flavor
The firm, which produces food additives including MSG, hopes to set up a subsidiary in Cambodia by the end of the year.
 
An Aussie burglar got nabbed after downing his victim's champagne and passing out drunk
The owner of the house found the alleged thief asleep on her bed after he had downed most of an expensive bottle of her bubbly.
 
Abe, Trump see North Korea as 'growing direct threat'
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and US President Donald Trump agree that they see North Korea as a "growing direct threat."
 
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