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One killed, 30 wounded in Thai blasts
Two bombs have rocked a southern Thai beach town, killing one and wounding 30 others.


NKorea test-fires submarine missile
South Korea says the North has test-fired a ballistic missile from a submarine.


Over 300 dead in India floods
Flooding in eastern and central India has left over 300 people dead and forced mass evacuations.


Bomb kills US soldier in Afghanistan
A US soldier has been killed and another wounded by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan's Helmand province.


1900 killed in Philippines war on drugs
The head of the Philippines police has said more than 1900 people have been killed during a crackdown on illegal drugs in the past seven weeks.


Australian mum to face another charge
Bali police say an Australian mum is likely to face another charge as a clearer picture of what happened the night a local police officer died emerges.


Asian stocks creep up amid Fed limbo
South Korea, Australia and Shanghai stock markets all gained on Tuesday, while Japan's Nikkei went the other way.


40 dead, 26,000 rescued in India floods
Floods across India have killed more than 40 people and displaced thousands.


40 knives removed from man's stomach
A man in India spent two months swallowing knives and had 40 of them surgically removed from his stomach.


Singapore's longest-serving president dies
Singapore's longest serving president has died, aged 92, after suffering a stroke last month.


Patal named India central govt chief
Modi's government has regained composure with the announcement that Urjit Patel will be India's new central bank chief.


Bali beefs up security after plot report
Indonesian authorities have stepped up security on the island of Bali after reports emerged over the weekend of a planned terror attack.


China spares no effort for G20
China is making massive efforts to clean up for its maiden G20 summit, but some locals are not happy.


Will labour crunch spark robot revolution?
Singapore's labour shortage, spawned by the state's curbing of foreign workers, is prompted a move to robotic staff.


Singapore's longest-serving president dies
Singapore's sixth and longest-serving president, Sellapan Ramanathan, has died aged 92.


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