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Duterte: Drug war shift to satisfy 'bleeding hearts'

President launches into curse-laden tirade at foreign critics of a campaign that has killed thousands of Filipinos.

Rodrigo Duterte

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Thai military ruler pledges elections in November 2018

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha announces elections after repeatedly delaying them since taking power in a coup.

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha

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North Korean leader promotes sister Kim Yo-jong

Kim Jong-un announces changes at line-up of powerful Workers Party's Politburo as he reaffirms N Korea's nuclear drive.

Kim Yo-jong

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Cambodia moves to dissolve opposition party CNRP

Interior ministry files lawsuit asking CNRP be dissolved on ground that it was involved in plot to topple government.

CNRP supporters

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Philippines' top diplomat defends Duterte's drug war

Alan Cayetano says all those killed in drug raids were criminals, despite evidence disproving his claim.

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Chemist: VX byproduct on Kim murder suspect's shirt

Testimony provides first evidence linking VX to suspects accused of smearing nerve agent on Kim Jong-nam's face.

Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong (L) and Indonesian Siti Aisyah

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Tidal waves hit Haining, China

World’s largest tidal bore sweeps down the Qiantang River.

Qiantang River

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Two women plead not guilty to killing Kim Jong-nam

Trial begins in Malaysia for women who wiped deadly nerve agent VX on North Korean leader's half-brother.

Kim Jong-nam

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North Korea vows to become a 'state nuclear force'

Pyongyang calls sanctions and pressure 'futile' in halting its development of nuclear weapons.

Kim Jong-un

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Cambodian opposition MPs flee from crackdown

About half the country's opposition members of parliament have left as government vows more arrests over alleged coup.

Opposition leader Kem Sokha

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The country's top court outlaws the main opposition party CNRP for fostering dissent with the help of foreign countries.

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