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A Cambodian boy herds his cows through a grass field at through Krasang Chrum village outside Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Tuesday, April 11.
 
Power boss's reforms keep the lights on in Nepal
The continuous whirl of hair dryers is a novel sound at the Blush Beauty Point parlor in Nepal's capital Kathmandu, which until just five months ago had to close at regular intervals because of power cuts.
 
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In this Feb. 12 photo provided by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, Mongolian herder Munkhbat Bazarragchaa drags two recently dead sheep through the snow in a rural area of Khuvsgul province in northern Mongolia.
 
Honey co-ops in Afghanistan help women take control
"I make my money for me," declares Afghan beekeeper Jamila pointing emphatically at her chest.
 
Myanmar is expected to launch an 1,800-megahertz mobile internet network that can provide 4G for smartphones in March, according to the Directorate of Telecommunications.
 
Myanmar farmers reaping rewards from 3-D printing
Whizzing across a blue-lit platform with a whirr and a squeak, liquid plastic emanating from its chrome tip, the 3-D printer seems a far cry from the muddy, crop-filled fields that fringe Yangon.
 
Fast-growing Asia-Pacific economies will strike more trade deals among themselves as opposition grows in Europe and the U.S. to globalization, analysts say, warning the West will lose out as the dynamic region powers ahead.
 
World's youngest stock market struggles in Myanmar
The day's trading is about to begin on the world's youngest stock exchange, and the MYANPIX index and opening share prices flash across an electronic screen, but barely a footfall or a voice are heard within the cavernous, colonial era building in the bustling heart of Myanmar's commercial capital.
 
Laos notifies neighbors of plans to move ahead with contentious third dam on Mekong River
Laos has notified its Southeast Asian neighbors that it's moving ahead with a third contentious hydro dam on the Mekong River's mainstream.
 
UNESCO urges halt to plan for Bangladesh coal plant in delta
The U.N. agency devoted to preserving world heritage has joined environmental groups urging Bangladesh to halt plans for a massive coal-fired power plant near ecologically sensitive mangrove forests on the coast. UNESCO says it poses a "serious threat" to a region that protects the nation from flooding and holds one of the world's last populations of wild tigers.
 
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