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News Briefs

  • Sri Lankan politician held over Briton's death

  • Thai-Cambodia talks focus on oil exploration, prisoner swap

  • Security and spirits high ahead of Thai New Year celebration

  • Nepal questions Maoist misuse of funds

  • Police question suspects in India church attack

  • Bangladesh Nobel laureate seeks review of dismissal verdict

  • Indian parliament fails to pass anti-graft bill

  • Religious intolerance on the rise in Indonesia

  • Anwar to tour Malaysia ahead of sodomy verdict

  • 24 rescued in human trafficking bust

  • Russian court refuses to ban Hindu Holy Book

  • Indonesia FM meets Suu Kyi in Myanmar

  • Fines for secret drug trials draw outrage

  • Thai king says flood is 'worst ever'

  • Bomb kills 2 soldiers in southern Thailand

  • Thai village evacuated after big wave strikes

  • Anti-graft bill passed in Indian Parliament

  • 1 soldier killed, another wounded in Thai bombing

  • Bangladesh cabinet OKs death penalty for financing terrorism

  • Nepali Congress denounces youth-oriented Communist group

  • Indonesia mine workers return to work

  • 22 feared dead in Tamil Nadu boat capsize

  • Rebels kill official in Kashmir

  • Malaysian lawmaker jailed over graft

  • Arrest of Indonesia punks spurs protests worldwide

  • US cancels Thailand travel alert

  • Indonesian girl lost in tsunami reunited with family

  • Maoist threats force Nepali woman to flee

  • Maldives FM calls for intra-religious tolerance ahead of Friday protests

  • Indonesia beefs up security before holidays

  • Arrests made in Indonesia migrant boat disaster

  • Bribery rampant in South Asia: survey

  • Pakistani actress receives Indian fatwa

  • Police, insurgents injured in encounter in India

  • Malaysia sees success in illegal funds tracing

  • Police flat bombed in South Thailand

  • Sri Lanka economy grows, so does defense spending

  • Thailand, Cambodia to withdraw border troops

  • Tamil-language airport announcements sought in Malaysia

  • Thai-Myanmar talks yield PM backing of Suu Kyi

  • Indonesia ramps up security for Christmas, New Year

  • Insurgent weapons seized in Thailand

  • Bombs found near Christian centers in Indonesia

  • Malaysia to assist Afghanistan's development

  • Nasheed: Maldivian Islam does not condone extrajudicial violent

  • Fifteen more migrants rescued from East Java boat wreck

  • Malaysia PM: every citizen needed to reach development goals

  • Gunfight during police raid kills RKK insurgent

  • Indonesia and Australia co-operate to fight people smuggling

  • Yingluck to be first Thai PM to meet Suu Kyi


Indonesia has recently moved to increase the military's involvement in antiterrorism efforts. Do you approve of the military's expanded role?

Photo Essay

Typhoon Haiyan survivors prepare to board Australian and US C-130 aircraft departing storm-ravaged Tacloban on November 18th. [Photo courtesy of US Marines]

Super Typhoon Haiyan: Filipinos, allies fight to restore region