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Chinese kindergarten faces abuse claims
Some parents at a Chinese kindergarten say their children have been found with unexplained needle marks and made to take unidentified white pills.

China targets illegal flats after blaze
China is cracking down on illegal flats after 19 people died in an apartment block fire.

Puneet Puneet extradition hearing delayed
A witness who was due to give evidence in a New Delhi court about racism in Australia has fallen ill, delaying the extradition trial of a hit and run driver.

14 dead in fiery van crash in Thailand
13 passengers have been incinerated when a van crashed in Thailand after its driver apparently fell asleep at the wheel.

3 dead in latest Indian train derailment
An Indian train derailment has killed three people and injured at least nine in Uttar Pradesh.

People trapped in Mumbai building collapse
It's feared that more than a dozen people are trapped in rubble after building collapsed in Mumbai.

Pakistan suicide bomber kills cop, guard
Peshawar's deputy police chief and his guard have been killed by a suicide bomber on a motorcycle.

Islamist blamed for Mumbai attacks freed
The man suspected of being the mastermind behind the deadly 2008 Mumbai attacks has been released from house arrest.

Duterte ditches peace with Maoist rebels
Revolutionary forces in the Philippines say they will intensify guerrilla warfare in rural areas after President Rodrigo Duterte terminated peace talks.

NKorea replaces border security guards
North Korean soldiers guarding the border with the south appear to have been replaced after the recent defection of a soldier.

US, SKorea to hold joint air force drills
The US and South Korea will hold a joint airforce drill next month, deploying six F-22 Raptor stealth fighters in the exercise.

Drills could be suspended during Olympics
There's speculation that military drills between South Korea and the US that are due during the Winter Olympics could be suspended.

Myanmar, Bangladesh 'sign Rohingya deal'
Myanmar and Bangladesh have reportedly signed a memorandum of understanding for the return home of hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees.

Puneet extradition case back in court
A Delhi court is due to hear evidence in the case of an Indian national who fled Australia after pleading guilty to death by dangerous driving.

US halts govt travel to Myanmar's Rakhine
US government employees will not travel to parts of Rakhine State as a security precaution.

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