10/10/2013 1:01amThousands of anti-government protesters gathered on the fringes of Taiwan's carefully choreographed National Day celebrations Thursday, waving banners and chanting slogans denouncing the policies of President Ma Ying-jeou.
10/10/2013 2:00amNext time you eat out in the Philippines, you might want to check the government's restaurant guide. It doesn't tell you where the best food is, but if you're possibly patronizing a tax cheat.
10/10/2013 2:03amThailand's transport minister got some advice from his mother when she learned he was going to bike the chaotic streets of Bangkok to open a bicycle campaign: "Bring your ID card. In case you get run over, they can contact home."
10/10/2013 3:33amChina has achieved another world-beating status its leaders don't want: Biggest oil importer.
10/10/2013 3:50amNorth Korea has replaced its hard line military chief just a few months after his appointment, the latest in an ongoing reshuffle of top personnel that analysts say is meant to solidify ruler Kim Jong Un's grip on power.
10/10/2013 4:37amAn official says a Muslim candidate in upcoming elections for Nepal's Constituent Assembly has died nearly a week after being shot in his home district.
10/10/2013 4:44amU.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Thursday that he has canceled a scheduled trip to the Philippines due to the threat posed by tropical storm Nari.
10/10/2013 5:46amMyanmar pledged Thursday to remove the remaining obstacles in its democratic transformation as it assumed the high-profile role of leading the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations.
10/10/2013 6:18amA small passenger plane crashed into a house after landing short of a runway in Malaysia's section of Borneo island on Thursday, leaving one passenger dead.
10/10/2013 6:47amSecretary of State John Kerry says the decision by the U.S. to slash aid to Egypt will not have much impact in the country.
10/10/2013 8:16amSri Lanka on Thursday criticized Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper's decision to boycott a Commonwealth summit next month over the island nation's human rights record.
10/10/2013 9:42amRepresentatives of Myanmar's government and Kachin ethnic rebels said Thursday they made significant progress in their latest peace talks and that a comprehensive cease-fire agreement including all armed ethnic groups might be in sight.
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