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Thailand revokes passport of fugitive Red Bull heir

Travel document is cancelled for Vorayuth Yoovidhya, who fled before arrest warrant was issued for killing policeman.

Vorayuth Yoovidhya

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Rising sea level a threat to Vietnamese farmers

Salt water leading to saline intrusion of farmland across Mekong River Delta.

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IAEA chief: North Korea continues nuclear test efforts

UN atomic agency chief Yukiya Amano says satellite images suggest nuclear efforts moving ahead as stated by Pyongyang.

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North Korea accuses CIA of plot to murder Kim Jong-un

Pyongyang accuses US and South Korea spy agencies of attempt to assassinate country's leader with biochemical weapons.

Kim Jong-un

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Grand Mufti Abu Mohamed wins case against newspaper

Daily Telegraph depicted Mohamed as the proverbial three wise monkeys, claiming he didn't condemn 2015 Paris attacks.

Dr. Ibrahim

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North Korean state media lashes out at main ally China

In rare rebuke, N Korean news agency accuses China's media of 'dancing to the tune of the US' amid rising tensions.

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Thai lawyer faces 150 years in jail for royal insult

Prominent human rights lawyer is charged with 10 courts of royal defamation for Facebook posts.

military

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North Korea confirms detention of US professor Tony Kim

State media says Kim Sang-duk, also known as Tony Kim, is being held over 'acts of hostility aimed to overturn DPRK'.

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Activity at North Korea nuclear site resumes: monitor

Satellite images show workers present at Punggye-ri facility as tensions remain high over fears of sixth nuclear test.

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Shinzo Abe announces plan to revise pacifist charter

Nationalists seek overhaul of Japan's pacifist constitution as concerns grow over threats from North Korea.

Shinzo Abe

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