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S. Korean president names new justice minister after controversy over early pick2017-06-27
South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Tuesday tapped a new justice minister after his first pick withdrew from his nomination amid controversy over ethical issues.
Pakistan PM cuts short London trip over oil tanker fire incident2017-06-26
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has cut short his London trip over the oil tanker fire incident on Sunday that killed at least 140 people and injured over 100 others in the country's eastern Punjab Province.
140 - 副本副本副本.jpg 143 killed, 156 injured in Pakistan oil tanker fire2017-06-26
143 killed, 156 injured in Pakistan oil tanker fire
India launches 31 satellites in single space mission2017-06-23
India successfully launched 31 satellites, including an earth observation satellite, in a single space mission Friday from the southern spaceport of Sriharikota.
S. Korean president inspects test-firing of home-grown ballistic missile2017-06-23
South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Friday inspected the test-firing of a home-grown ballistic missile to show the country's defense capability against the Democratic People's Republic of Korea(DPRK).
THAAD deployment plan revised to bring forward delivery: S.Korea official2017-06-23
South Korea's presidential Blue House said Friday that plan to deploy the U.S.Terminal High Altitude Area Defense(THAAD)had been revised to bring forward the date of delivery and installation in the country's southeastern region.
Documentary film highlights S. Korea's anti-THAAD residents loving homeland2017-06-23
A South Korean documentary film was screened Thursday, depicting how local residents learned to love their hometown and homeland, while fighting against the deployment of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense(THAAD).
Over 100 shanties razed after fire in Manila2017-06-23
More than 100 shanties were razed in the fire, leaving 200 families homeless.
Australian Defense Force confirms to resume air strikes in Syria after Russian warning2017-06-22
After announcing a temporary halt of all air operations in Syria earlier this week, the Australian Defence Force(ADF)will resume its right to undertake airborne missions, the Department of Defence announced Thursday.
Evacuation advisory issued for 300,000 residents in W. Japan amid heavy rain2017-06-21
An evacuation advisory has been issued for around 300,000 residents of Japan's Hamamatsu City in Shizuoka Prefecture, in the Chubu region of Honshu island, with the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) on Wednesday warning of possible flooding and mudslides.
No sooner end to Qatar crisis as rivaling parties hold own ground2017-06-21
The ongoing crisis between Qatar and several Arab countries seems to have no sooner solution as the rivaling parties hold their unyielding ground.
Australia police charges man with Nazi machine gun2017-06-19
Australian police have charged a 40-year-old man after finding a Nazi machine gun and 60 rounds of ammunition during a traffic stop on Sunday evening.
Australian gov't trails opposition in 14th straight public opinion poll2017-06-19
Australia's coalition government, led by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, has fallen to its 14th straight loss in News Corp's public opinion poll.
S.Korean president proposes unconditional dialogue with DPRK if provocations stopped2017-06-15
South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Thursday proposed an unconditional dialogue with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea(DPRK)if Pyongyang stops any nuclear and missile provocations.
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