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MANILA (Reuters) - Four of the Philippines' presidential candidates on Saturday laid down plans to tackle the country's biggest issues in an interview with the nation's leading broadcaster, but notable was the absence of early frontrunner Ferdinand Marcos Jr.
A DISGRACED politician in China, who was convicted of corruption, says he regrets his “foolish act” of building a posh garden-themed bungalow on a sprawling 7ha piece of land in the Beijing suburb of Huairou district.
BEIJING (Reuters) - The Chinese province of Jiangsu rewarded fishermen on Tuesday for turning over "suspicious" underwater devices found in coastal waters that posed a national security risk, media reported.
The South Korean president’s Korean reconciliation aspirations were hurt by a defector’s ‘roundtrip’ across the DMZ.
The one-day Covid-19 tally in Japan has soared by nearly 16 times since the turn of the year, exemplifying the explosive surge in infections driven by the highly contagious Omicron variant of the coronavirus across Asia.
The most disturbing aspect of the growing militarisation of the South China Sea these past few years is that the pace is picking up so rapidly that, unless someone puts a stop to it now, we could soon come to a frightening situation of who is going to blink first.
ALMATY (Reuters) - Kazakhstan's former intelligence chief has been arrested on suspicion of treason, the state security agency said on Saturday, as the former Soviet republic cracks down on a wave of unrest and starts to assign blame.
ALMATY (Reuters) - Authorities in Kazakhstan have detained Karim Massimov, the former head of the national security committee, on suspicion of treason, the security committee said on Saturday.
(Reuters) - Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen was met by an honour guard and red carpet in Myanmar on Friday, just as protests by coup opponents broke out in other parts of the country over fears his trip will provide more legitimacy to the junta.