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Protests after teenager's brutal killing
Crowds in Bangladesh's capital of Dhaka have demanded justice for an 18-year-old burned alive after she complained about sexual harassment by her principal.


Devotees nailed to crosses in Philippines
Roman Catholic devotees have re-enacted the suffering of Jesus Christ by having themselves nailed to crosses in the Philippines.


Car smashes into Tokyo pedestrians, 2 dead
An 87-year-old driver has driven into pedestrians in Tokyo, killing two people and injuring eight others.


Thai navy raid seasteading couple
Thailand's navy has raided the ocean home of a seasteading couple, who want to live in international waters to be free of any nation's laws.


Insurgent group claims Pakistan bus attack
Gunmen have killed 14 passengers after forcing them off a bus in southwest Pakistan with a Baluch insurgent group claiming responsibility.


NKorea rejects Pompeo from nuclear talks
North Korea's foreign ministry is calling for someone who "is more careful and mature" about nuclear issues than US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.


Magnitude 6.1 quake hits east Taiwan
A magnitude 6.1 earthquake has struck Taiwan's coastal city of Hualien, at a depth of 18 kilometres, with no immediate reports of injuries or damage.


Second phase of voting begins in India
Armed soldiers and police in riot gear have patrolled the streets in Kashmir as the second of seven phases of voting in the Indian elections begins.


Japan emperor pre-abdication Shinto ritual
Japan's Emperor Akihito has performed the Shinetsu no Gi ritual at a Shinto shrine as part of the succession process as his abdication looms.


Widodo set for Indonesia election victory
Former general Prabowo Subianto is disputing the early election results in Indonesia, which show a significant lead for President Joko Widodo.


Aust relations with Jakarta to hit reset
There is change ahead for Indonesia-Australia relations, with bilateral issues including the strategic partnership, the environment, trade deals and executions.


Kim Jong-un oversees test of new weapon
The testing of a new type of tactical guided weapon has been overseen by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, state media reports say.


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