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Philippines President declares martial law in country's restive south to fight militants, claims move was necessary

MANILA, Philippines - A day after a raging battle broke out between Filipino government troops and Islamist militants in the country’s restive south, Philippine President declared martial law ...

Explosions rock East Jakarta bus stations, casualties reported

JAKARTA, Indonesia - Three police officers were reportedly killed when a suicide bombing attack struck a bus terminal in the Indonesian capital Jakarta.Authorities said that five other polic ...

Gripped with terror, residents of Philippine city use Twitter to alert the world about terrorist occupation

MANILA, Philippines - On Tuesday, Twitter managed to reveal the shocking reality of terror that has gripped a city in the Philippines island of Mindanao - after the mainstream global media failed t ...

A day after declaring its missiles were ready for action, North Korean drone fired at by South Korea

SEOUL, South Korea - A day after North Korea touted its second successful missile test in a week, that was fired on Sunday, the South Korean military have said that their alertness was tested on Tu ...

North Korea is ready for action, and has tested its strategic weapon successfully - how will America respond?

PYONGYANG, North Korea - A day after conducting its second missile test in a week, North Korea has now said that it is ready for action - the ball is now in America’s court. Accor ...

Myanmar Government Opens Second Session of Key Peace Talks

About 900 Myanmar government representatives, lawmakers, top military and political party officials, and delegates from ethnic armed groups opened the second round of de facto national leader Aung San ...

Amnesty Condemns Caning of Gay Men in Indonesia

As local activists say caning as a punishment in Indonesia's Aceh province is increasing in use and severity, the public caning of two gay men is being questioned by some residents.Amnesty Internatio ...

Four bodies in tent on Everest: They might have died years ago

Kathmandu - Authorities in Nepal have been unable to confirm the identities of four bodies found on Mount Everest, officials said on Wednesday, raising speculation the climbers may have died years ago ...

New WHO Chief Stresses Health as Human Right

GENEVA - Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the World Health Organization's newly elected director-general, says health as a human right is at the core of his vision for the organization he soon will lead. ...

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Taiwan charts history as it becomes first Asian nation to legalize same-sex unions

TAIPEI, Taiwan - In what came as a huge victory, not only for Taiwan’s LGBT activists, but also for the whole of Asia, a Taipei court charted history on Wednesday. The country&rsq

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Jon Favreau’s The Jungle Book is being described as a live-action updating of Disney’s 1967 classic animated film, and that description is both testament to how well the film works and how thoroughly blurred the divide between the “real” and the computer-generated has become...

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