Taiwan says it scrambled warplanes and navy ships as China deployed its sole aircraft career, accompanied by a group of warships, through the Taiwan Strait on their way back from a South China Sea exercise.
Taiwan deploys jets, warships as Chinese fleet passes by
South Korea says the North has acquired as much as 50 kilograms of weapons-grade plutonium, enough to manufacture 10 nuclear bombs.
North Korea has enough plutonium for 10 nuclear bombs: South Korea
Doctors’ handwriting is notoriously difficult to read globally but a court in Bangladesh has come up with a cure for blunderbuss doctors.
Bangladesh bans sloppy doctors' prescriptions
South Korean President Park Geun-hye's longtime confidante, who is embroiled along with her in a massive corruption scandal, has not turned up to testify at Park's impeachment trial.
South Korean president's friend snubs trial
Flooding has killed at least 25 people in Thailand’s south since the start of the year, affecting more than a million people.
Floods kill at least 25 in southern Thailand
A Turkish Airlines cargo jet has crashed near the Kyrgyz capital, Bishkek, killing at least 32 people.
32 killed in Turkish plane crash in Kyrgyzstan
Flash floods triggered by heavy unseasonal downpours continue to hit Thailand’s southern regions, leaving a dozen people dead and affecting thousands of villages.
A dozen dead in floods triggered by rains in southern Thailand
Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen has begun her nine-day trip to four Central American countries with planned stopovers in the US, a development closely watched by Beijing amid warming Taipei-Washington ties.
Taiwan’s leader embarks on controversial Central America tour

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