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Thai king's health worsens
The Thai palace's latest announcement on the king's health is the fifth in less than a month, raising anxiety over the royal succession in Thailand.

Indians disclose $13b in hidden wealth
Indians have declared $A13 billion in undeclared wealth, or "black money", under a tax evasion amnesty declared by the government.

Magnitude 5.4 quake hits Pakistan
A magnitude 5.4 earthquake has hit northern Pakistan but there are no reports of casualties or damage.

Samsung's Note 7 phones back on sale
Samsung's troubled Galaxy Note 7 is being sold again in South Korea a month after a worldwide recall.

Macau gambling revenue rises for 2nd month
China's sole legal casino gambling region, Macau, is enjoying a reversal of fortunes on the back of higher VIP numbers who have been encouraged to bet big.

Malaysian NGO campaigns to oust premier
Malaysian pro-democracy group Bersih 2.0 has launched a seven-week campaign across the country to force the resignation of the country's prime minister.

Pakistani-Indian tensions delay summit
Tensions between India and Pakistan have seen the summit of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) delayed indefinitely.

Weekend marks fatal 2005 Bali bombing
The memorial garden at the Australian consulate-general will open to mark the fatal 2005 Bali bombing on Saturday.

Philippines' Duterte likens self to Hitler
In a rambling speech Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has likened his harsh stance on drug users to that of Adolf Hitler's genocide of Jewish people.

2 Thai cases of Zika-linked microcephaly
The World Health Organisation said two cases in Thailand were the first Zika-linked microcephaly in Southeast Asia.

Indon gang rape leader sentenced to death
A gang rape leader who molested and killed a 14-year-old girl in Indonesia has been sentenced to death.

US drone kills 15 Afghan civilians: UN
At least 15 civilians have been killed in a US drone strike in eastern Afghanistan, the UN says.

3 killed in clash with S.Korea coastguard
Three Chinese fishermen are dead after a fire broke out on their boat during a clash with the South Korean coastguard.

Philippines' Duterte likens self to Hitler
Jewish groups have slammed Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte for likening himself to Hitler and saying he'd be happy to slaughter millions of drug users.

Results show limits of policy stimulus
China's factories limping along and inflation going backwards in Japan are the latest signs of a world economy struggling to reach "escape velocity".

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