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Philippines, Moro rebels ink protocol on disarmament

Philippines, Moro rebels ink protocol on disarmament

Symbolic move comes as key players urge investigations into latest deadly clash

Singapore launches universal health insurance

Singapore launches universal health insurance

Govt to provide almost US$3 billion in subsidies to help elderly and low-income people

Indonesia govt fails to protect religious minorities: rights group

Indonesia govt fails to protect religious minorities: rights group

Widodo urged to 'turn page', prosecute those responsible for religious intolerance

Groups urge Myanmar to drop controversial religion, marriage bills

Groups urge Myanmar to drop controversial religion, marriage bills

Warn that proposed laws on interfaith unions, conversion and family planning risk 'inciting' discrimination and conflict

Accident at set of 'Jesuits' film leaves one dead in Taiwan

Accident at set of 'Jesuits' film leaves one dead in Taiwan

Two others injured Thursday when a ceiling caved in during pre-production for the Scorsese-directed movie

China vows university ban for books with 'Western values'

China vows university ban for books with 'Western values'

Texts that 'slander' the Communist Party or 'smear socialism' have no place in classrooms, says education minister

China in 'extraordinary assault' on human rights: report

China in 'extraordinary assault' on human rights: report

Govt targeting activists with a 'ferocity unseen in recent years', says HRW

Sri Lanka says military 'sabotaging' post-war reconciliation

Sri Lanka says military 'sabotaging' post-war reconciliation

New govt investigating allegations that senior military officers are training troops to provoke unrest in Jaffna

China's state media vows punishment for dissenting officials in Tibet

China's state media vows punishment for dissenting officials in Tibet

Say those with 'ambiguous' views on Tibetan independence should be prosecuted

North Koreans pony up bribes for quickie divorces

North Koreans pony up bribes for quickie divorces

For just US$100, unhappy couples can pay off a judge to end their marriage

Philippine president admits prior knowledge of bungled police raid

Philippine president admits prior knowledge of bungled police raid

Blames head of police special action force for failure to coordinate with other agencies

Teachers in one Pakistan province trained to use firearms

Teachers in one Pakistan province trained to use firearms

In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, educators to be last line of defense against terrorist attacks

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