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'A dark day': Tributes for journalists killed in Kabul

At least nine journalists killed in Afghan capital blast while arriving at scene to cover aftermath of earlier bombing.

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Rohingya demand justice as UN delegation visits Bangladesh camps

Hundreds of Rohingya refugees stage protest during UN Security Council delegation visit to Bangladesh camps.

Rohingya refugees

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Pakistan: 'Bin Laden doctor' moved to safe location

Former surgeon was given 33 years in jail in what US lawmakers say was punishment for helping CIA find Osama bin Laden.

Bin Laden

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Fire at oil well in Indonesia's Aceh kills at least 15

The cause of the explosion is unknown, but local police say the area is known for illegal drilling.

Indonesia's Aceh

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High-profile guru Asaram Bapu sentenced to life for rape

Police in Jodhpur city on high alert over anticipated violence from the religious leader's followers.

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Afghanistan: 63 dead in attacks on voter registration centres

At least 63 people killed in bombings targeting voter registration centres in Kabul and Baghlan province, officials say.

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India's cabinet adopts death penalty for rape of girls under 12

Controversial order to remain in effect for six months from president's approval, or until parliament votes it into law.

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Pre-monsoon heat builds across northern India

Soaring temperatures contrast with severe storms and heavy rain in other parts of India.

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India court rejects pleas for probe into judge BH Loya's death

Top court rejects pleas for investigation into the 2014 death of a judge presiding over murder case involving BJP chief.

Amit Shah

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Fleeing Kachin face food, medicine shortage amid Myanmar clashes

Clashes between Myanmar army and Kachin fighters leave more than 100,000 displaced since 2011.

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Powerful storm pounds India's West Bengal state

Heavy rain and strong winds cause widespread damage across the eastern state.

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