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China's media regulator bans TV parodies
China's media regulator is cracking down on video spoofs, amid a crackdown on any content that is deemed to be in violation of socialist core values.

Fire in southern Vietnam kills at least 13
At least 13 people have died in a blaze at an apartment block in Ho Chi Minh City.

Philippine police kill 13 drug suspects
Philippines law enforcers have killed 13 drug suspects and arrested more than 100 suspected dealers and criminals in 24 hours

Maldives lifts state of emergency
Maldives President Abdulla Yameen has lifted a 45-day state of emergency which had outlawed protests amid political upheaval on the Indian Ocean island chain.

China warns US against trade war
Chinese media has pre-empted expected trade sanctions by the US by calling for other countries to "stand firm" against Washington's "protectionist" measures.

Bus crash in Thailand claims 18 lives
Eighteen people have now been confirmed dead from a bus crash in northeastern Thailand.

Indonesian volcano belches toxic fumes
At least 30 Indonesian villagers have needed treatment after a volcano belched toxic fumes from its crater.

One dead after ship capsizes off Malaysia
One dead and 14 people are missing after a sand dredging ship capsized off the southeastern coast of Malaysia.

Foreign insurers gain ground in China
A regulatory crackdown on risky investments is hitting local firms in China's insurance industry, and foreign companies are moving to capitalise.

Indian judge moves Puneet case along
A decision on the extradition of Puneet Puneet back to Australia on hit-and-run charges appears to be edging closer.

Facebook fined in SKorea over ltd access
South Korea's telecoms regulator says it is fining Facebook for illegally limiting user access to its services.

Dredger capsizes off Malaysia, one dead
One person has drowned while 14 others are missing after a Chinese sand-dredging vessel capsized off Malaysia's southern state of Johor.

China tightening grip on media: document
China is creating new regulators overseeing matters from media to banking, in the biggest government shake-up in years.

Reuters reporters appear in Myanmar court
Two Reuters reporters have appeared in a Myanmar court,100 days since they were arrested and accused of possessing secret government papers.

Myanmar president Htin Kyaw resigns
Myanmar's president Htin Kyaw has resigned from his post, saying he wants to take a rest from his current work.

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