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August, 30, 2016

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Bangkok bomb trial of Chinese nationals held up by translator
The trial of two Chinese Uighurs accused of killing 20 people when they allegedly bombed a Bangkok shrine was postponed Tuesday because the men still do not have a translator.
Seoul: North Korea fires submarine-launched missile
North Korea on Wednesday fired a ballistic missile from a submarine into the sea in an apparent protest against the start of annual South Korea-U.S. military drills, Seoul's military said.
Panda-ring to the crowd
One-year-old female giant panda cub Nuan Nuan reacts inside her enclosure during joint birthday celebrations for the panda and her ten-year-old mother Liang Liang at the National Zoo in Kuala Lumpur on Aug. 23.
One dead, dozens wounded in Thai car bombing
A car bomb exploded in a nightlife district in Thailand's deep south, killing one and wounding more than 30, in a nation already on edge after a bombing spree that targeted tourist towns.
'Burkini' bans are good for sales: Aussie designer
Burkini bans in France have boosted sales and interest in the full-bodied Islamic swimsuit, particularly from non-Muslim women, the Australian credited with creating the design said Tuesday.
China fugitive settles case in New Zealand for US$31 mil.
A former pharmaceutical executive who Chinese authorities accuse of embezzling money and fleeing to New Zealand has settled his case for $31 million, New Zealand police said Tuesday, in a deal that represents an unusual level of cooperation between the two countries.
Singapore PM takes break after fainting spell
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong started a week's medical leave Monday to rest after a fainting spell during a televised speech caused a health scare.
Flights grounded as typhoon hits near Tokyo
A powerful typhoon struck near Tokyo on Monday, the first for 11 years to hit the densely populated region, temporarily shutting down Japan's biggest airport and grounding more than 500 flights nationwide.
Documents reveal US agency spied on Pakistani leaders
A US security agency has been spying on Pakistan's top civil and military leadership for decades, reveal documents obtained by an American news outlet The Intercept.
Celebrating Olympic golds, N. Korea vows to be sports power
Despite claiming only two gold medals in Rio, North Korea is as determined as ever to fulfill one of leader Kim Jong Un's primary goals: to become an international sports superpower.
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