Police guard for Suu Kyi after threat

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Police in Myanmar decide for the first time to give protection to Aung San Suu Kyi after she received a death threat.

N Korea to cut hotlines with South

BBC News - Asia
North Korea vows to cut two crucial military communication hotlines with the South, as tension rises after the North's recent rocket and nuclear tests.

India schools shut over leopard fears

BBC News - Asia
More than 100 schools are closed in Bangalore after reports that another leopard is sighted on the outskirts of the Indian city.

Delhi announces fresh car rationing

BBC News - Asia
India's capital Delhi announces a second round of car rationing aimed at curbing alarming pollution levels.


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People visit Spring Festival temple fairs

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People visit a Spring Festival temple fair held in Xuchang City, central China's Henan Province, Feb. 10, 2016.

Chinese central government supports HKSAR in safeguarding social security: FM spokesperson

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A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson said Thursday night the central government firmly supports the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government and the police in safeguarding social security and punishing illegal and criminal activities in accordance with the law.


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Childcare Still Women's Work in Most Korean Households

The Chosun Ilbo
More Korean men are spending time on domestic chores, a survey suggests. The number of men who lend a hand with housework and some childcare duties increased significantly in 2015 from five years earlier, according to the survey conducted by the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family. The ministry ...

N.Korea Sanctions Pass U.S. Senate

The Chosun Ilbo
One day after America's top intelligence official warned of North Korea's nuclear, ballistic and cyber capabilities, the U.S. Senate passed expansive sanctions targeting Pyongyang and its foreign suppliers and collaborators.  Wednesday's 96 to 0 vote followed North Korea's launch of a long-rang...

Prince Ali: FIFA Politics Affected International Fixtures

The Chosun Ilbo
FIFA presidential candidate, Prince Ali Al Hussein of Jordan, warns the organization will no longer be able to credibly govern world football if it does not clean up its act and expunge corruption from its midst. FIFA’s long-serving president, Sepp Blatter was forced to step down after the organizat...

Taliban Battle Leads to Kabul Blackout

The Chosun Ilbo
Millions of residents in the bitterly cold Afghan capital Kabul have been living mostly without power for the last two weeks as critical grid line from neighboring Uzbekistan has been cut off.  The Afghan government blames Taliban attacks for the disruption in the power supply. Taliban insurgen...


Childcare Still Women's Work in Most Korean Households

The Chosun Ilbo
More Korean men are spending time on domestic chores, a survey suggests. The number of men who lend a hand with housework and some childcare duties increased significantly in 2015 from five years earlier, according to the survey conducted by the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family. The ministry ...

N.Korea Sanctions Pass U.S. Senate

The Chosun Ilbo
One day after America's top intelligence official warned of North Korea's nuclear, ballistic and cyber capabilities, the U.S. Senate passed expansive sanctions targeting Pyongyang and its foreign suppliers and collaborators.  Wednesday's 96 to 0 vote followed North Korea's launch of a long-rang...

Prince Ali: FIFA Politics Affected International Fixtures

The Chosun Ilbo
FIFA presidential candidate, Prince Ali Al Hussein of Jordan, warns the organization will no longer be able to credibly govern world football if it does not clean up its act and expunge corruption from its midst. FIFA’s long-serving president, Sepp Blatter was forced to step down after the organizat...

Taliban Battle Leads to Kabul Blackout

The Chosun Ilbo
Millions of residents in the bitterly cold Afghan capital Kabul have been living mostly without power for the last two weeks as critical grid line from neighboring Uzbekistan has been cut off.  The Afghan government blames Taliban attacks for the disruption in the power supply. Taliban insurgen...

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