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10 May 2017
Thailand's military said Wednesday it was hunting four suspects over a large car bomb which wounded more than 60 people outside a supermarket in the insurgency-plagued south.
9 May 2017
Thirty-four people have died of cholera-related causes and more than 2,000 have been taken ill in Yemen, as humanitarian organisations warned Tuesday that the outbreak could spiral out of countrol.
9 May 2017
The projected winner of South Korea's presidential election is a former special forces soldier, pro-democracy activist and human rights lawyer.
9 May 2017
Jakarta's Christian governor was jailed for two years Tuesday after being found guilty of blasphemy, in a shock decision that has stoked concerns over rising religious intolerance in the world's most populous Muslim-majority nation.
9 May 2017
Looters mobbed a deadly slum fire in the Philippine capital on Tuesday, pulling roofing sheets and electric wire from singed homes as firemen scrambled to contain the blaze.
7 May 2017
The North has arrested and jailed several US citizens in the past decade, often releasing them only after high-profile visits by current or former US officials or former US presidents.
6 May 2017
"The Hamas Shura Council on Saturday elected Ismail Haniya as head of the movement's political bureau," the group's official website announced.
6 May 2017
During an election debate on Friday, Rouhani took the rare step of criticising the elite Revolutionary Guards for the provocative messages they wrote on ballistic missiles before testing them.
6 May 2017
The zones still exist only on paper and the cosponsors have until June 4 to finalise their borders under the terms of the agreement struck at peace talks in Kazakhstan on Thursday.
6 May 2017
The disaster occurred in Shenzhen, a southern boom town bordering Hong Kong, at the end of 2015 when soil illegally piled some 160 metres (500 feet) high at an old quarry site turned to mud during heavy rains.
6 May 2017
Classes were underway when gas leaked from a container parked at a depot close to the school and filled with chemical meant for industrial use, police said.
5 May 2017
North Korea on Friday accused the CIA of plotting with South Korea to assassinate leader Kim Jong-Un, amid soaring tensions in the flashpoint region.

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