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Exiled Thai leader is father of the bride ahead of election

Mar 22, 2019

Thailand's exiled former prime minister, Thaksin Shinawatra, won't know until Sunday whether people in his homeland are still fans of his politics, but he was happy as he hosted a wedding reception in Hong Kong for his youngest daughter

The Latest: Gay couples sue for marital rights in Japan

Feb 14, 2019

Thirteen couples have filed Japan's first lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the country's rejection of same-sex marriage

Asia welcomes Year of the Pig with banquets, temple visits

Feb 5, 2019

Asia welcomes the lunar Year of the Pig with temple visits, family banquets and world's biggest travel spree

China greets Lunar New Year with celebrations, travel rush

Feb 1, 2019

China is greeting the Lunar New Year with celebrations and a travel rush

China grants Ivanka Trump 5 trademarks amid trade talks

Jan 22, 2019

China OK's five new Ivanka Trump trademarks amid trade talks with Washington

2 dead, nearly 30 wounded in bomb blast at Philippine mall

Dec 31, 2018

A Philippine general says at least two people were killed and 21 others wounded when a bomb believed to be detonated remotely by suspected Muslim militants exploded near the entrance of a mall in the country's south

The Latest: Tsunami toll now 429 dead, thousands homeless

Dec 25, 2018

The death toll from the tsunami that hit Indonesian islands without warning has passed 420 with more than 1,400 people injured

Indonesia tsunami survivors remain jittery as deaths hit 429

Dec 25, 2018

Traumatized Indonesian tsunami survivors jittery amid false alarms, deaths top 420 and thousands remain homeless

Japan emperor marks last birthday on throne, prays for peace

Dec 23, 2018

Japan's Emperor Akihito, who turns 85 on Sunday and will abdicate this spring, says he feels relieved to see the era of his reign coming to an end without having seen his country at war

Officials dismiss Indonesian principal behind jihad parade

Aug 23, 2018

Education officials have dismissed the principal of an Indonesian kindergarten after a video of veiled children carrying replica weapons in a street parade sparked an outcry in the world's most populous Muslim nation

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