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Philippine and US soldiers started two weeks of military exercises on Monday against a backdrop of rising tensions in the South China Sea, though the drills were reduced in scale due to the coronavirus pandemic.
(Reuters) -Myanmar's detained government leader Aung San Suu Kyi asked a court on Monday to be allowed to meet her lawyers in person when she appeared at a hearing via video link to face charges brought by the military junta that could see her jailed for years.
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An international human rights group condemned Myanmar's junta Saturday for sentencing 19 people to die, in the first known use of the death penalty since the military seized power.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Hundreds of people demonstrated in Australia's major cities on Saturday to protest the deaths of Indigenous people in custody, ahead of the 30th anniversary of a major report into the issue.
Myanmar's junta refused on Friday night to let a UN envoy visit the country, despite mounting international efforts for a diplomatic solution to the post-coup crisis.
After being refused entry into Myanmar, UN’s special envoy for Myanmar Christine Schraner Burgener arrived in Bangkok on Friday to begin a tour of Asian countries to step up diplomatic efforts to resolve the crisis in the country.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The number of Japan's "izakaya" dining bars that went bankrupt hit a record high in the year that ended in March, a sign some service-sector firms are being left behind even as the economy emerges from the shock of the coronavirus pandemic.