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Australian 'didn't know' Bali's drug laws
An Australian man has told a Bali court that he did not realise doing drugs in Indonesia was a "big crime".


Philippines slams 'barbaric' hostage death
A German man may have been beheaded by Islamist militants in the Philippines, but authorities are still yet to confirm the veracity of the online video.


Kim killing by N Korea ministries: Seoul
Malaysia says the killing of the half-brother of Kim Jong Un was organised by North Korea's ministry of state security and foreign ministry.


Taliban commander killed in Afghanistan
Senior Taliban commander Mullah Abdul Salam Akhund has been killed in an air strike in northern Afghanistan.


10 drown after boat capsizes in India
At least 10 people have died after boat carrying tourists capsized in Bay of Bengal off India's Tamil Nadu coast.


N Korea ministries 'organised Kim killing'
Malaysia says the killing of the half-brother of Kim Jong Un was organised by North Korea's ministry of state security and foreign ministry.


7 dead in attack on prison bus in S Lanka
At least seven people have been in a shooting attack on a prison bus transporting inmates in Sri Lanka.


Terror suspect shot by Indonesian police
Indonesian police have shot a suspected terrorist during a stand-off in West Java.


No extension for Park corruption probe
Special prosecutors won't extend their probe of a graft scandal involving South Korea's president, saying "it would be best for the country's stability".


Humans, tigers battle over Indian forests
Activists say families are being stripped of their ancestral lands to protect a shrinking tiger stock in eastern India amid the push to boost wildlife tourism.


Taliban urges Afghans to plant more trees
The leader of the Taliban in Afghanistan, Hibatullah Akhundzada, has urged Afghans to plant more trees.


Kim died '15 to 20 minutes' after attack
The dose of poison given to Kim Jong Un's half brother was so high that it killed him "within 15-20 minutes," according to Malaysia's health minister.


16 dead, 50 injured in India truck crash
At least 16 people have been killed in a truck accident in India's northeast.


42 kidnapped by IS freed in Afghanistan
At least 42 people kidnapped by the Islamic State have been released after mediation by local authorities and tribal elders in the eastern Afghanistan.


Twins drown in washing machine in India
Twins left alone for a few minutes have drowned in a washing machine in an apartment in New Delhi.


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