Action will be taken against 10 members of Myanmar’s security forces in connection with the killing of captured Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine state, a government spokesman said on Sunday, adding it was not related to a Reuters report on the incident.
Myanmar says soldiers, police facing action over village killings
A double-decker bus lost control and crashed in a Hong Kong suburb on Saturday evening, killing 19 people and injuring dozens more, authorities in the southern Chinese city said.
Bus crash leaves 19 dead, dozens injured in Hong Kong
Turkey’s Forestry and Water Affairs Ministry Director of Nature Conversation and National Parks Nurettin Taş announced that a new action plan for 20 endangered species will be prepared this year.
20 endangered species of Anatolia to be protected
If you're in Hong Kong -- or Vietnam, South Korea or anywhere else in the world with a Chinese diaspora -- it's time to don that tacky red jacket, gamble until you lose and eat till you burst.
Some places to celebrate Lunar New Year
Iran held cultural programs in the Philippines to observe the 39th anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
Iran holds cultural program in Philippines
Japan's ambassador to London says Brexit is a high stakes issue and warns that Japanese companies will not be able to stay in Britain if trade obstacles after Brexit made them unprofitable.
Japan says won't continue 'unprofitable' trade with UK after Brexit
Human Rights Watch has urged Myanmar's military to ensure humanitarian aid reaches all civilians who have been caught in fighting between the army and an ethnic armed group in the country's northern state of Kachin.
Human Rights Watch urges Myanmar to ensure aid to civilians in Kachin
Organizers of South Korea’s Winter Olympics apologized to the Iranian team before Friday’s opening ceremony for what they called a misunderstanding over gifts of Samsung mobile phones.
Olympics organizers apologize to Iran for gift gaffe
Two Reuters news agency journalists held for two months by Myanmar authorities were arrested over their investigation of a massacre of 10 Rohingya men, the news agency said in a report that detailed the killings.
Reuters: Journalists held for probing Rohingya massacre
The government in Myanmar is using food as a quiet weapon against minority Rohingya Muslims in the country’s troubled west, new reports reveal.
Myanmar using food as quiet weapon against Rohingya: Reports

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