Thai diving sites closed over coral crisis More than 10 diving sites in Thailand's national marine parks have closed due to widespread coral bleaching, amid the country's continued efforts to seal off its famous tourist attractions to protect the environment.
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Take a 3D tour of North Korea In a country known for its collective thought, the individual is rarely brought into the spotlight.
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Most racist ad ever? A black man and a young Chinese woman are flirting, as he leans in for a kiss she thrusts a detergent capsule in his mouth and bundles him into a laundry machine.
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Why did the U.S. bomb Hiroshima? President Barack Obama on Friday will become the first sitting American president to visit Hiroshima, the first city ever to be devastated by a nuclear weapon. Here's why the President's visit to the Peace Memorial Park is such a historic event.
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Japan's oldest elephant dies Hanako, an aged Japanese elephant whose living conditions sparked protests earlier this year has died, zoo officials said.
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Obama's historic visit to Hiroshima Read full story for latest details.
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Trip goes off-script for Abe Things don't always go to plan. In the past week Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe seems haunted by Murphy's Law -- if it can go wrong it will.
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3 Cambodian commandos jailed for attack on legislators PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) A Cambodian court on Friday convicted three military commandos of beating up two opposition lawmakers outside the parliament last year, and sentenced them to one year each in prison. The legislators' lawyer called the punish
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China pushes 'patriotic' tours in South China Sea: report China will turn contested islands in the South China Sea into pleasure-trip destinations for "patriotic" tourists, state-media said Friday, in a move likely to further stoke regional tensions. China claims almost all of the strategically vital S
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