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Philippine authorities have banned hanging rosaries and religious icons off car dashboards because of safety concerns, prompting an outcry from the Catholic Church.
 
Stony-faced Park pleads not guilty as graft trial kicks off
Park stared straight ahead and denied that she engaged in bribery and leaking government secrets at Tuesday's start of the criminal trial that could send South Korea's first female leader to prison for life.
 
China confirmed Monday that it is investigating six Japanese citizens, following a Japanese news report that Chinese authorities had detained six men possibly for spying.
 
As Asean turns 50, region's leaders must prepare young generation for the future
Members of the Asean are in a hurry to embrace a digital strategy, but any joint initiatives may falter following Asean Economic Community disappointments, Pana Janviroj writes
 
Guidelines passed for South China Sea conduct
China and Asean countries on Thursday approved a draft framework of the South China Sea Code of Conduct (COC), marking a milestone in peacefully resolving the South China Sea issue.
 
Philippine official downplays alleged China war threats
Comments come after Philippines' Duterte said Chinese leader Xi Jinping told him China would go to war with Manila if it insists on drilling for oil in the disputed South China Sea
 
Ousted South Korean president's trial begins Tuesday
Handcuffed, her inmate number 503 attached to her clothing, Park begins her corruption trial Tuesday in the same courtroom where a brutal dictator was sentenced to death two decades ago.
 
It's the latest sign of a backlash against homosexuals in the Muslim-majority country.
 
Three years after coup, rural Thais yearn for democracy
Three years after their latest coup, Thailand's arch-royalist military is firmly dug-in.
 
Iron ore mining magnate Andrew Forrest is donating 400 million Australian dollars ($300 million) to charities in what has been described as a new record in Australian philanthropy.
 
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