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NKorean air show wowed by model US F-16
Scale models of the US Air Force F-16 and a Chinese J-10 fighter have wowed the crowds at North Korea's first air show.

Three held over body in freezer in Bangkok
Two Americans and a British man have been arrested after a dismembered and frozen corpse was found in a household refrigerator in the Thai capital.

2 million in Aleppo without running water
Nearly two million people in Aleppo have been left with no running water, with the UN warning of a risk of catastrophic outbreaks of water-borne diseases.

Residents evacuated amid Hyderabad floods
Floods brought on by monsoon rains that have been ongoing since Tuesday have inundated parts of Indian technology hub Hyderabad.

Thai police raid uncovers body in freezer
Thai police say they have arrested three men described as English-speaking foreigners who had been travelling on forged US and British passports.

Indonesia declares UN Security Council bid
Indonesia is campaigning to become a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council.

Magnitude 6.5 quake hits off Philippines
The US Geological Survey has recorded a magnitude 6.5 earthquake off the Philippine's Mindanao island.

Alleged Aussie drug kingpin in Thai jail
Alleged Aussie drug kingpin Robert Gee has been transferred to a prison in the Thai capital, from where he is expected to be extradited back to South Australia.

Bomb kills 3 Thai police officers in Yala
Three Thai police have been killed after a bomb and gun attack by insurgents in the southern province of Yala.

Asia shares hold, near 14-month peak
Asian shares have held near 14-month highs, as investors restored bets the Federal Reserve is settling into a phase of very gradual interest rate rises.

Tibet hit by 5.1 magnitude quake
A 5.1 magnitude earthquake shook the Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in western China's Sichuan province on Friday.

24 dead after boat sinks in Bangladesh
The final death toll from a boat accident in Bangladesh has risen to 24.

SBY's son makes Jakarta governor bid
The son of former Indonesian president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono will stand for the job of governor of the country's capital next year.

Duterte asks UN boss to observe drug purge
Rodrigo Duterte wants UN chief Ban Ki-Moon to see the good his anti-drug crackdown is doing.

US bomber flew close to North Korea border
Tensions might again be heightened between the US and North Korea after a US bomber approached the border.

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