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Horrific fire in Malaysia sparks outrage over unregulated religious schools

Horrific fire in Malaysia sparks outrage over unregulated religious schools

Growing conservatism has led to a boom in the number of Islamic religious schools, most of which are privately-run.

 

Venezuelan woman busted in Cambodia for smuggling 1kg of cocaine in her stomach

She swallowed 104 pellets of cocaine in an attempt to smuggle the drugs from Brazil to Southeast Asia.

   

Pregnant woman's suicide roils China

Pregnant woman's suicide roils China

The incident has sparked a national discussion on everything from the high cost of health care and patients' rights to the dangers of traditional Chinese family values.

   

Rohingya insurgents declare temporary ceasefire amid humanitarian crisis

Rohingya insurgents declare temporary ceasefire amid humanitarian crisis

Thousands of homes have been burned down, dozens of villages uprooted and thousands of people are still on the move towards Bangladesh-Myanmar border.

   

As US ban on travel to North Korea kicks in, tourist says he would return

With beautiful scenery, great food and friendly locals, American tourist Nicholas Burkhead said he'd be happy to return to his latest holiday destination.

   

South Korea braces for possible new missile test to mark North's founding day

Pyongyang marks its founding anniversary each year with a big display of pageantry and military hardware. 

   

Cambodian opposition leader arrested for 'treason'

Cambodian opposition leader arrested for 'treason'

Hun Sen's government alleged 'a secret plan of conspiracy between Kem Sokha, his group, and foreigners that harms Cambodia.'

   

North Korea 'explosion' points to nuclear test

North Korea 'explosion' points to nuclear test

The apparent test came just hours after it claimed to have developed a hydrogen bomb that could be loaded into the country's new intercontinental ballistic missile.

   

China makes disrespect of national anthem a crime

China makes disrespect of national anthem a crime

Since taking over as president, Chinese leader Xi Jinping has ushered in new legislation aimed at securing the country from threats both within and outside its borders.

   

Deadly storm tells tale of two cities in Macau

Deadly storm tells tale of two cities in Macau

When Typhoon Hato swept into Macau it exposed a very different side to a city best-known for ostentatious casinos and wealthy high rollers

   

Indonesia's first female would-be suicide bomber jailed

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Dian Yulia Novi was arrested at her boarding house with a three-kilogram bomb.​

   

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