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Philippines arrests 44 for kidnapping Singaporean

Forty-four Chinese and Malaysian suspects have been detained in the Philippines over the kidnapping and beating of a Singaporean woman abducted at a Manila casino, authorities said Thursday.

28 killed in India bus crash

At least 28 people were killed Thursday after a bus plunged into a deep gorge in a Himalayan region of northern India popular with tourists, police said.

Fewer 'good air' days in China despite official efforts

Chinese cities had fewer "good air" days in the first half of 2017 compared to the same period last year despite government efforts to curb incessant smog, according to official data.

Dark days for China's democracy dream

The death of Liu Xiaobo deprives China's dissident movement of a crucial figurehead at a time when political activism on the mainland is being forced ever deeper underground, and pro-democracy forces in Hong Kong are under threat.

No phantom branches: Kok

"All allegations of phantom branches are baseless."

Fuel prices unchanged

The ceiling prices of RON95, RON97 and diesel all remain unchanged at RM1.97, RM2.22 and RM1.96 per liter respectively.

Duterte's bodyguards wounded in ambush

Four of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's bodyguards were shot and wounded on Wednesday by suspected communist rebels a day after the insurgents warned of attacks, authorities said.

France indicts ex-bosses in Malaysia submarine graft case

French investigators have indicted two former top executives in a long-running probe into alleged kickbacks from the 2002 sale of submarines to Malaysia, sources close to the inquiry said Tuesday.

Duterte seeks martial law extension

President Rodrigo Duterte has asked lawmakers to extend martial law in the southern Philippines as the initial two-month limit approaches with no end in sight to the battle for control of a major city seized by an Islamic State-aligned force.

Chinese censors can't bear Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh has been used in the past in a meme comparing him to Xi Jinping.


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