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Sri Lanka court rules against president
Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena's decision to dissolve parliament ahead of its term is illegal, the country's top court has ruled.

Leopard kills meditating monk in India
A leopard has killed a Buddhist monk meditating in a forest in western India.

Five foreigners arrested in Bali for drugs
Some of the five foreigners arrested on drug charges in Bali over recent weeks could face the death penalty, Indonesian police say.

Call to lift marriagable age in Indonesia
Indonesia's Constitutional Court has given the legislature three years to revise the law and lift the minimum marriagable age for girls.

Cambodia gives banned politicians a chance
All MPs of the ruling Cambodian People's Party have voted to allow banned politicians to return after a request to the prime minister or the interior minister.

NKorea slams US human traffic blacklisting
North Korea claims that the US taking issue with its human rights situation is a tactic to draw concessions in the stalled denuclearisation talks.

Death toll 14 from Vietnam flash floods
Floods caused by unseasonal rains in Vietnam have cost 14 lives.

Sri Lanka's sacked PM wins confidence vote
Sri Lankan MPs have backed former prime minister Ranil Wickremesinghe in a confidence vote, putting pressure on the president to reappoint him.

Najib charged with tampering 1MDB report
Ousted Malaysian PM Najib Razak is facing fresh charges for tampering the final audit report of state investment fund 1MDB.

Jakarta rejects separatist rebels' demands
A demand by separatist rebels in the Indonesian province of Papua for negotiations on self-determination has been rejected by Jakarta.

Refugee footballer's Thai stay extended
A Bahraini football player with Australian refugee status who faces deportation from Thailand to his native country has had his detention extended in Bangkok.

US returns bells seized from Philippines
US defence officials have returned three bells to the Philippines after they were seized by American troops as war trophies more than a century ago.

Attack on Afghan intel team kills four
Four people have died and six others have been wounded in an attack targeting members of Afghanistan's main intelligence agency outside Kabul.

Thai junta lifts ban on political activity
Thais will go to the polls on February 24 after the military government lifted a ban on political activities.

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