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Japan's Abe wins 3rd consecutive term as ruling party president2018-09-20
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe won a third consecutive term as president of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) on Thursday, which will give him a chance to become the longest-serving prime minister in postwar Japan.
Cross-border highway linking China and Vietnam concludes trial run2018-09-20
The trial run of a highway connecting Kunming in southwest China's Yunnan Province and Haiphong, Vietnam was successfully carried out, marking a new "direct link" era for the two cities, local authorities said.
3 killed, 50 injured as bus overturns in northern India2018-09-20
At least three people have been killed and more than 50 others injured after a private bus veered off a mountain road and overturned in northern India, police said Thursday.
Mongolia, U.S. leaders discuss bilateral ties2018-09-20
Mongolian Prime Minister Uknhaa Khurelsukh and U.S. Vice President Mike Pence exchanged views on enhancing bilateral ties and cooperation in the White House on Wednesday, the Mongolian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Thursday.
Haikou, Seoul direct flight resumes after six-month hiatus2018-09-20
A direct air route has been resumed between Haikou, capital of southern China's Hainan Province and Seoul, capital of Republic of Korea (ROK), after a six-month hiatus caused by scheduling conflicts.
S.Korean president's approval rating rebounds after summit with DPRK leader2018-09-20
South Korean President Moon Jae-in's approval rating rebounded this week thanks to a summit with top leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) Kim Jong Un, a weekly survey showed Thursday.
Chinese institute assists Mongolia in drought monitoring2018-09-20
A drought remote monitoring system developed by Chinese researchers has been handed over for service in Mongolia, with a transfer agreement signed.
30 injured after cabin pressure drops in India passenger plane mid-air2018-09-20
As many as 30 passengers have been injured after cabin pressure dropped in a passenger plane soon after it took off from India's financial capital Mumbai Thursday, aviation officials said.
Aussie PM backs home affairs minister after inquiry finds he "misled parliament"2018-09-20
Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison has declared his home affairs minister safe despite an inquiry finding that he misled parliament.
Tokyo stocks flat in morning on Dow's gains, profit-taking2018-09-20
Tokyo stocks were flat Thursday morning as the Dow Jones Industrial Average's overnight rise drew buying but was offset by selling for profits following the Nikkei's recent gains.
5 teen inmates kill warden, flee juvenile home in India2018-09-20
Indian police have launched a major manhunt to nab five inmates of a juvenile home in the eastern state of Bihar who escaped after killing the warden.
Modi, Karzai review progress of bilateral strategic partnership2018-09-20
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Wednesday reviewed progress of the multi-faceted bilateral strategic partnership between their countries.
Pakistani court orders release of ex-PM Sharif, his daughter2018-09-20
A Pakistani court on Wednesday suspended conviction of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and ordered his release on bail, months after he was sentenced 10 years in prison for corruption, court officials and lawyers said.
India approves ban on instant divorce among minority Muslims2018-09-20
India Wednesday approved a ban on the Islamic practice of instant divorce or triple talaq common among the country's minority Muslims, in a landmark move hailed as a victory for the community's women.
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