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Red Cross fears 600,000 cholera cases in Yemen by end of 2017
Scaramucci, a smooth-talking financier, now speaks for Trump
IMF sees global economy maintaining expected growth
At least 24 killed in Kabul car bombing near politician's house
Death toll rises to nine in suspected human trafficking case in Texas
A bad font choice is bringing down a political dynasty in Pakistan
It's being called font gate and it's all about Calibiri, the Panama Papers and London property.
Chinese Customs reports imports drop from North Korea
China's imports from North Korea have seen a drastic drop in the past four months and it "has strictly abided" by United Nations Security Council resolutions, a customs official said.
'No cause for alarm': China downplays military flights over Japanese strait
Chinese military planes flying over the Miyako Strait is a routine exercise and no cause for alarm or speculation, the Chinese Defense Ministry said on Friday.
An Uber driver in Australia has been charged with raping a 16-year-old passenger
It comes after another Uber driver, a 47-year-old, was charged last week with raping a young passenger three times.
'I know this is hard, but we can't afford to keep the panda any more'
High costs are forcing Malaysia to send a giant panda to live in China.
Wannabe K-pop stars enroll in 'Idol School'
Young women looking to become the next Twice, Girls' Generation and Black Pink will learn from some of the nation's prominent entertainers and trainers at Korea's first "Idol School," and viewers will get access to every step of the process.
Japan hanged two death-row inmates
The executions -- the first death sentences carried out since November -- triggered a swift rebuke from rights activists.
Cambodian English daily Phnom Penh Post joins Asia News Network
The Phnom Penh Post, Cambodia's leading English daily, has joined Asia News Network (ANN), an alliance now comprising 23 media in 19 Asian countries.
South Korea wants UNESCO to list sex slave records, and Japan doesn't like it
Seoul said it will attempt to have documents relating to the Japanese military's sexual enslavement of women during WWI listed by the UN agency.
The toll from the Marawi siege is now at 510, Philippine military says
Fighting between state security forces and Islamic State-affiliated militants has been raging for months.
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