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Indian singer S. P. Balasubrahmanyam dies
Legendary Indian singer S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, who lent his voice to some 40,000 songs across thousands of Indian film soundtracks, has died aged 74.

North Korea regrets killing South Korean
North Korean authorities have written to South Korean President Moon Jae-in saying the killing of a South Korean by the North's troops should not have happened.

Malaysia power struggle set to drag on
Malaysia's king is in hospital and cannot see anyone for a week, stalling opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim's plans to seek royal assent to form a new government.

Vaccine ready early 2021: Chinese company
A Chinese company will apply to the US Food and Drug Administration to sell its coronavirus vaccine if it passes the final round of testing in humans.

Thai MPs delay vote on constitution change
Scheduled voting by Thai MPs on six proposed amendments to the country's military-backed constitution have been cancelled at the last minute.

Seoul says Kim's troops killed official
The South Korean defence ministry says North Korea has shot and killed one of its officials who had been missing for three days.

India building collapse toll climbs to 35
The death toll following the collapse of an apartment block on the outskirts of Mumbai has risen to 35.

Malaysia's Anwar plans new government
Malaysia could be on track for a new government after opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim said he had secured a majority in parliament to form one.

Tropical Storm Dolphin closing in on Japan
Authorities are warning of flooding, mudslides and swollen rivers in eastern and northeastern Japan as Typhoon Dolphin closes in on Tokyo.

Indian building collapse death toll at 20
The death toll after the collapse of a residential block near India's financial capital Mumbai has risen to 20, including nine children.

Critic of China's pandemic handling jailed
A Chinese real estate developer who had become known for speaking up about censorship and other sensitive topics has been jailed for 8 years.

Tropical Storm Dolphin heading to Japan
Tropical Storm Dolphin is forecast to bring turbulent seas, wind and rain on a projected course over southern Honshu, Japan.

Indonesia death row inmate flees via sewer
Indonesian police say a Chinese drug trafficker facing the death penalty has escaped from jail by tunnelling through the sewage system.

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