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Taliban militants overrun Afghan army base
At least 10 Afghan soldiers have been killed and dozens captured after Taliban militants stormed an army base in northern Afghanistan.

China rejects Uighur internment claim
China's foreign ministry says ulterior motives are at play over the criticism of its policies and its treatment of ethnic Uighurs.

Malaysia may hike Singapore's water price
Malaysia's Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad is considering increasing by 10 times the price it charges neighbouring Singapore for water in a bid to clear debt.

Scores killed in Afghanistan's Ghazni
About 100 policemen and soldiers have been killed during an ongoing battle between Afghan forces and the Taliban in the eastern city of Ghazni.

39 dead as floods devastate Indian state
The death toll from devastating floods in the Indian state of Kerala has risen to 39.

Six dead, 8 trapped in Pakistan mine blast
At least six people have been killed following a gas explosion in a coal mine in Balochistan province in southwestern Pakistan.

Indonesia's Lombok quake toll hits 436
The death toll from the earthquake on the island of Lombok has climbed to 436, Indonesia's disaster management agency says.

Two Koreas agree to hold September summit
North and South Korea have agreed to hold an inter-Korean summit in Pyongyang in September, the South's Unification Ministry says.

At least nine die in Taiwan hospital fire
A fire inside a hospice care centre in Taiwan has left at least nine patients dead and 10 others critical.

Philippine floods kill 3, displaces 60,000
Widespread flooding in the Philippines has killed three people and left 60,000 others displaced.

Malaysia's 1MDB probe seeks $US35m jet
A $US35 million private jet bought by Malaysian financier Low Taek Jho is being sought by a probe into a multi-billion dollar scandal at state fund 1MDB.

German student expelled from Chinese uni
A university in Beijing has expelled a German journalism student who was pursuing a story about jailed human rights lawyers.

Taiwan won't be obliterated: president
Taiwan's president says her visit to the United States will show the world her country and its commitment to freedom and democracy.

80 Afghan forces killed in Ghazni battle
Taliban fighters have continued to battle with the Afghan National Army for possession of the strategic central city of Ghazni.

Indonesian quake death toll rises to 392
The death toll from the earthquake on the island of Lombok has climbed to 392, Indonesia's disaster management agency says.

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