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Woman dies in Nepal village because of menstrual exile

Jan 12, 2018

An official says a woman has died in a remote village in Nepal because of a tradition in which females are exiled from their homes and forced to live in huts during menstruation

India launches rocket carrying dozens of satellites

Jan 12, 2018

India launched a rocket carrying dozens of satellites from India and six other countries from its island space center

The Latest: US expert: Rapid Iran-Iraq quakes not unusual

Jan 11, 2018

The Latest: US scientist says series of quakes in Iran-Iraq border so far today all aftershocks of November temblor

Leopards kill at least 3 children in rural India

Jan 10, 2018

Media reports say at least three children have been killed by leopards in a series of recent attacks in rural India

Aid group projects 48,000 births in crowded Rohingya camps

Jan 5, 2018

An aid agency projects 48,000 babies will be born this year in the refugee camps for Rohingya Muslims who have fled to Bangladesh after military operations against them in Myanmar

India's new 'driverless' metro train keeps driver for now

Dec 25, 2017

India's capital has launched a metro train with driverless technology, though it will operate with a driver for at least a year or two

Sri Lanka defends Ceylon tea after Russian ban

Dec 20, 2017

Sri Lanka's plantation minister has denied that the country's agricultural products, including its famous Ceylon tea, are dangerous, days after Russia imposed a temporary ban on such goods

Iran finds hundreds of dead sharks in Persian Gulf

Dec 18, 2017

Iranian officials say they have found hundreds of dead sharks with their fins sawed off on an island in the Persian Gulf

Iran's state TV shows researcher confessing to espionage

Dec 17, 2017

Iran's state TV has aired a broadcast in which an Iranian researcher confesses to relaying information to a foreign intelligence service about Iranian nuclear scientists who were later assassinated in 2010

India says Chinese construction on river dirtying water

Dec 12, 2017

Officials in India's northeast are complaining that Chinese construction activity on the upper reaches of one of Asia's largest river that flows into India are likely turning the waters downstream turbid and unfit for human consumption

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