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December, 10, 2016

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PARK IMPEACHED
South Korean lawmakers on Friday voted to impeach President Park Geun-hye, stripping away her sweeping executive powers over a corruption scandal and opening a new period of national uncertainty.
 
Vietnam dredging on disputed reef: images
Vietnam has started dredging work on a reef in the South China Sea, fresh satellite images appear to show, a move that could provoke Beijing which claims most of the disputed waterway.
 
Buzz Aldrin was discharged from a New Zealand hospital on Friday and appeared to be heading home, a week after he was evacuated from the South Pole for medical reasons.
 
A missing soldier has been found alive two weeks after the helicopter he was aboard crashed in a remote area of Borneo, Indonesia's army said Friday.
 
Police in Thailand have arrested three French nationals in connection with the killing of one of their countrymen on the southern resort island of Samui.
 
A Dutchman was charged by a Cambodian court on Friday over disturbing videos that appeared to show his boyfriend torturing a naked toddler with a stun gun.
 
S. Korea parliament impeaches scandal-hit president
South Korean lawmakers on Friday passed an impeachment motion against President Park Geun-Hye, stripping away her sweeping executive powers over a corruption scandal that paralysed her administration and triggered massive street protests.
 
S. Korea lawmakers cast votes on impeachment motion
South Korean lawmakers began voting Friday on an impeachment motion to strip President Park Geun-Hye of her sweeping executive powers over a corruption scandal that has paralysed her administration and triggered massive street protests.
 
Pakistan opens probe into plane crash
Pakistani military helicopters on Thursday ferried remains of plane crash victims to the capital, Islamabad, as aviation authorities said they opened a probe into the crash that killed 47 passengers and crew the day before in the country's northwest.
 
Philippines 'won't aid US South China Sea patrols'
The Philippine defense secretary said Thursday it's highly unlikely his country will allow the U.S. military to use it as a springboard for freedom of navigation patrols in the disputed South China Sea to avoid antagonizing China.
 
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