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Thailand blast: Hunt on for suspects

Police rule out international terrorism and describe deadly blasts in southern provinces as act of "local sabotage".

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Malaysia arrests nine suspected ISIL members

Among those arrested were two local suspects in the June grenade attack outside of Kuala Lumpur and three foreigners.

Malaysian police

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Explosion hits China's Dangyang on Tianjin anniversary

Blast in Hubei province kills 21 people, a day before the first anniversary of Tianjin industrial accidents.

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Thailand shaken by multiple bomb blasts

Attacks kill four people across the country, just days after adoption of contentious military-backed constitution.

Hua Hin

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Thailand rocked by deadly bomb blasts

At least three people killed and many others, including foreigners, injured in bomb blasts across the country.

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Global index: Risk of modern slavery in 115 countries

Sixty percent of countries at high risk of using slaves, with 46 million people worldwide engaged in forced labour.

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Nauru: Leak reveals children sexually abused at prison

Thousands of abuse and assault cases outlined in documents leaked to the Guardian paint a grim picture of life in Nauru.

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Report: Samsung endangered workers health in S Korea

Court documents show the electronics giant kept information on chemicals from workers for fear of exposing trade secrets.

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Thailand to hold elections in 2017: junta chief

The election will be held under a new constitution that will ensure the military's control over the next government.

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Japan: Emperor Akihito worries age may hinder his rule

Emperor Akihito said declining health may hinder ability to fulfill his duties, in sign of possible future abdication.

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