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Australia's northeast coast was smashed by heavy rains, wild winds and huge seas for the fifth straight day on

Suu Kyi faces new charge in court

A Myanmar court filed another charge against ousted leader

18 protesters killed in Myanmar violence since coup

Myanmar police fired on protesters around the country on Sunday and at least 18

China issues blue alert for sandstorms

China’s national observatory on Saturday

Myanmar police crack down on protests

Myanmar police moved decisively on Saturday in a bid

India rescues Rohingya refugees adrift at sea

India's coast guard found 81 survivors and eight dead

Myanmar police raid protest district

Myanmar police launched a crackdown overnight in a Yangon district after breaking up a

Sri Lanka reverses 'anti-Muslim' cremation order

Sri Lanka has reversed a controversial mandatory order to cremate the bodies of

Supporters of Myanmar coup attack rival

Some armed with knives and clubs, others firing slingshot

Indonesia pursues diplomatic efforts in Myanmar

Myanmar was set for more street protests on Wednesday

COVID-19: India records 10,584 new cases

India’s total tally of COVID-19 cases surged 

Myanmar protesters call for general strike

Opponents of Myanmar’s military coup called a general strike

Princess Latifa 'being cared for' - Dubai royals

Dubai's royal family says Princess Latifa is "being cared for at home" after

Prisoner exchange after Israeli woman enters Syria

Israel and Syria have carried out a prisoner exchange with Russian mediation after an

Mass anti-coup protests defy Myanmar military

Hundreds of thousands of people have protested across Myanmar, staging some of the biggest

UN to raise Princess Latifa case with UAE

The United Nations has said it will raise the detention of Princess Latifa, the

Myanmar's Suu Kyi faces new charge amid protests

Myanmar's detained opposition leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, has been handed a second criminal

Myanmar military shuts web access for second night

Access to the internet appears to have been blocked for a second night running

Landslides kill 2, leave 16 missing in Indonesia’s East Java

Two people were reportedly dead, 14 

China's Muslim crackdown extends to a resort island

The call to prayer still echoes through the alleys of Sanya’s nearly 1,000-year-old Muslim

Myanmar army deploys armoured vehicles

Security forces in Myanmar deployed armoured vehicles in major

Japan quake reminiscent of deadly 2011 tsunami

The stench of alcohol filled the small bar on

Protests resume in Myanmar

Thousands of protesters took to the streets in Myanmar’s

Fear and defiance at night-time arrests in Myanmar

People in Myanmar are reacting with defiance as authorities use night-time raids to arrest

Myanmar commander-in-chief of defense services urges nationals to safeguard constitution

Myanmar Commander-in-Chief of Defense Services

China bans BBC World News from broadcasting

China has banned BBC World News from broadcasting in the country, its television and

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