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1 hr ago | The Star Online
KUALA LUMPUR: Police acted swiftly in detaining Islamist militant Fadli Sadama in Malaysia to avert any possible terror attacks from being carried out in the country.
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6 hrs ago | Express India
Thailand is welcoming large numbers of tourists during this 2013/2014 high season.
10 hrs ago | CTV
The truce between Thailand's political rivals held in Bangkok on Friday amid more ceremonies in honour of the king's birthday, while the leader of the protest movement who has vowed to overthrow the government planned to announce his next move.
14 hrs ago | Suria
A local man was charged in a Singapore court Friday for defacing the Prime Minister's website, in the latest crackdown against perpetrators of a recent spate of cyber attacks in the city-state.
18 hrs ago | Asia News Network
Ferringhi beach in Penang, Malaysia. Foreigners who retire to Penang can enjoy a high standard of living for a much lower cost than in their own countries.
Fang-tastic first: Lisa Surihani , Yusry Abdul Halim and their serpentine 'co-star' clowning around at the premiere of Ular on Tuesday.
Debbie Kimack of Wee Waggin' Rescue shows off Papi and Zoe, two chihuahuas in need of homes.
About 100 protesters in East Timor have thrown rocks at the Australian embassy, with police responding with tear gas as a spying row intensifies.
A reporter with the Pan-Arab Al-Arabiya news channel has walked free from the southern Philippines jungle 18 months after he was abducted by Islamist militants, Filipino police said late Wednesday.
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A Thai woman dressed in the royal color of yellow cries as she watches King Bhumibol Adulyadej make a speech on a giant screen, on his 86th birthday at the Democracy Monument in Bangkok, Thailand, Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013.
Relief effort: A Royal Malaysian Air Force helicopter delivering aid to flood victims in Kuantan.
As dusk falls and lights flick on amongst a hodgepodge of restaurants, nail salons and dance clubs overlooking this Cambodian capital's waterfront, tuk-tuk taxis whisk past a reality that emerges nightly in the shadows along the street.
In order to tap the burgeoning ASEAN market, the Shanghai Commercial & Savings Bank recently established a foothold in the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh.
Cambodia will resume international adoptions in 2014, more than four years after suspending them over concerns about child exploitation, an official said Wednesday.
Speakers told lawmakers Tuesday night there are many more holes in the state's CPS agency than just the current crisis.
More than 7,500 people have been evacuated from Johor, with the coastal town of Mersing being the worst hit with about 5,450 displaced by the floods, said the Malaysia Civil Defence Department on Wednesday.