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Karpal Singh, a veteran Malaysian opposition leader and lawyer who led campaigns against the death penalty, has been killed in a car accident.
Taiwan's overall export competitiveness ranking dropped from No. 8 in 2013 to No.
Chinese Cambodian restaurant Hak Heang. 2041 E. Anaheim St., Long Beach Calif., Tuesday, April 16, 2014.
Singapore on Wednesday welcomed an apology from Indonesia's military chief over the naming of a warship after two marines who staged a deadly bombing in the city-state in 1965.
US President Barack Obama is expected to visit Japan, South Korea, the Philippines and Malaysia this month as part of his push to increase US diplomatic, economic and security engagement with countries in the Asia-Pacific region.
Thirty-eight people were hurt when a coach skidded and landed on its side on the shoulder of a road in Kaeng Khoi, Saraburi province, on Tuesday.
People with sleep apnea, a common sleep disorder, may be at increased risk for the bone-thinning disease osteoporosis, especially women and older people, a new study suggests.
SINGAPORE: The two national Continuing Education and Training campuses will be fully operational by the second half of this year, where they will be able to train some 50,000 workers annually.
Foreign tourists stay on Rin beach on Koh Phangan from Monday morning to noon the next day for the full-moon party.
Private Leonard Manning was killed in an ambush in East Timor in July 2000 during service with the New Zealand Army.
While other goods are bracing for lower exports and weakened consumption at home due to the political crisis, Thailand's digital content industry remains intact and on course to strong growth.
The daughter of the pilot killed in what, until Flight 370, was Malaysia's deadliest aviation crash talks to Phil Taylor about living with the disaster.
Democratic Progressive Party Chairman Su Tseng-chang and former Premier Frank Hsieh both announced their withdrawal from the looming chairman elections yesterday, leaving only one candidate in the race.
More than one in three or 37 per cent of foreign domestic workers enjoy a weekly rest day.
Catholic bishops and educators vowed to strengthen the role of the Catholic Church "in the promotion of lasting peace in Mindanao" as they welcomed the March 27 signing of the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro between the Philippine government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front both as a source of optimism and as a "greater challenge to ... (more)