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November 1st, 2014
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Archive: News / World / Asia (16 Stories)

13 injured in bus attack in Nepal ahead of vote

11/15/2013 12:08am
Suspected opposition activists attacked a passenger bus defying an opposition-called transport blockade with gasoline bombs, injuring 13 people on board, police said Friday.

Typhoon-hit town feels forgotten as aid passes by

11/15/2013 12:28am
Helicopters crisscross the skies constantly above this typhoon-wrecked Filipino town. In the ruins below, hungry residents look up anxiously every time they pass.

Typhoon to drag Philippine growth below 7 percent

11/15/2013 12:32am
The Philippine government said Friday that damage caused by Typhoon Haiyan may reduce economic growth this year to less than 7 percent.

Philippines typhoon death toll rises to 3,621

11/15/2013 1:26am
A top Philippine civil defense official says the death toll from last week's Typhoon Haiyan has risen to 3,621.

Typhoon-hit town feels forgotten as aid passes by

11/15/2013 1:34am
Helicopters crisscross the skies constantly above this typhoon-wrecked Filipino town. In the ruins below, hungry residents look up anxiously every time they pass.

Japan dials back climate change emissions target

11/15/2013 2:36am
Japan has drastically scaled back its target for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, possibly complicating efforts to forge a global climate change pact.

Train accident kills 2, injures 25 in India

11/15/2013 3:53am
Police say a passenger train has derailed in western India, killing at least two people and injuring 25 others.

Indian treasure hunt based on dream finds no gold

11/15/2013 6:19am
India ended a search for treasure beneath a 19th century fort after finding only a few bones and terracotta bricks but none of the gold predicted by a Hindu holy man's dream, an official said Friday.

Filipinos abroad seek news, rally aid after Haiyan

11/15/2013 6:46am
They gather in California churches, in Hong Kong shopping malls, at prayer vigils in Bahrain and on hastily launched Facebook pages. Philippine overseas workers, cut off from home after a super-typhoon killed thousands, are coming together to pray, swap information and launch aid drives.

A timeline of China's family-planning policy

11/15/2013 7:25am
China's Communist Party said the country's one-child policy would be eased in the first significant adjustment in nearly three decades. Key events in the history of China's family planning policy:

Gambia breaks relations with surprised Taiwan

11/15/2013 8:51am
The West African nation of Gambia has cut off diplomatic ties with a surprised Taiwan, but China said Friday it had no prior knowledge of the move that now leaves Taiwan with a handful of allies around the world.

Filipino sailors struggle for news of home

11/15/2013 9:57am
Tito John Belasa, a 47-year-old Filipino pastry chef on the Portuguese cruise ship Funchal, fought back tears Friday as he spoke about the frustrations of trying to get news about his family.

China to ease 1-child policy, abolish labor camps

11/15/2013 4:13pm
China's leaders announced Friday the first significant easing of its one-child policy in nearly 30 years and moved to abolish its labor camp system _ addressing deeply unpopular programs at a time when the Communist Party feels increasingly alienated from the public.

Speeding truck overturns killing 22 in west India

11/15/2013 11:25pm
Police say a speeding truck has overturned on a potholed road, killing at least 22 people in western India.

Israel army medics deliver Israel in Philippines

11/15/2013 11:48pm
Israeli army medics have delivered a baby in the typhoon-hit central Philippines, and the grateful mother named him Israel.

Copter crashes into Seoul high-rise, killing 2

11/15/2013 11:52pm
A helicopter plunged to the ground in Seoul on Saturday, killing the two pilots after its propeller clipped the side of a 38-story luxury apartment building.
 
   
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