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Cambodia PM has opposition leader pardoned
Cambodia's king has pardoned the deputy leader of the country's opposition party, taking the action at the request of Prime Minister Hun Sen.

'Treason' arrests before Jakarta rally
Indonesian police say they have arrested eight people for alleged treason, as tens of thousands rally in Jakarta against the capital's Christian governor.

Thai king makes first public appearance
Thailand's new king has carried out his first official duty, attending a religious ceremony to honour his father, who died seven weeks ago.

Vietnam seizes over tonne of ivory in week
More ivory has been uncovered by Vietnamese authorities, taking the amount seized this week to more than one tonne.

SKorea opp to vote on Park impeachment
If President Park Geun-hye is impeached or resigns she will be the first democratically elected South Korea president not to serve a full term.

Boom ahead for Asia's plastic makers
Massive building plans across Asia are likely to fuel a boom period for petrochemicals makers in the region.

Sara Connor living 'a nightmare'
Australian woman and murder accused Sara Connor says she's in "a nightmare" and wants to go home to her children.

Sara Connor living 'a nightmare'
Australian woman and murder accused Sara Connor says she's in "a nightmare" and wants to go home to her children.

From smog to fog:December arrives in Delhi
New Delhi can look forward to almost a week of thick fog after recovering from one of the worst bouts of smog in years.

S.Korea's Park cries during public visit
South Korean President Park Geun-hye has reportedly broken down in tears during her first public visit since the confidante scandal exploded.

NZ woman 'freaked out' ahead of Bali trial
A New Zealand woman is "freaked out" as she gets ready to face trial in Bali on drug charges, her lawyer says.

Indonesia's rich see their wealth rebound
Indonesia's richest people have added to their billions as the country's economy recovers and share market rises, Forbes magazine says.

UN slaps new sanctions on North Korea
The UN has put new sanctions on North Korea over its most recent nuclear test, slashing its export of coal and other minerals.

Asian factory growth, but outlook clouded
Factories in Asia have enjoyed strong growth in November, but analysts warn the month might be as good as it gets as stimulus measures in the region wear off.

15 feared dead in India factory fire
Fifteen people are feared dead after a fire at an explosives factory in southern India.

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