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Cases filed over Bangladesh Hindu murder (May 1)
Two criminal cases are filed in Bangladesh against three men arrested for hacking to death a Hindu tailor, the latest in a series of such killings.


CIA panned for Bin Laden death tweets (May 1)
The US Central Intelligence Agency is criticised online for live-tweeting the killing of Osama Bin Laden as if it were happening today.


Selby leads Ding in gruelling final (May 1)
Mark Selby leads China's Ding Junhui - the first Asian to reach the snooker World Championship - 10 games to 7 after a marathon opening day.


Burns survivor completes gruelling race (May 2)
An Australian runner who suffered life-threatening burns when she was caught in a bushfire during a race finishes a gruelling Ironman triathlon.


Vietnam protest over fish die-off (May 1)
Hundreds of people hold a rare protest in Vietnam against the mass death of fish, which the demonstrators blame on a Taiwanese company.


Afghan clinic bombing 'not a war crime' (Apr 29)
The Pentagon says the bombing of an Afghan hospital that left 42 dead was not a war crime, confirming that 16 US troops will face disciplinary action.


Cambodia restarts passenger trains (Apr 30)
Cambodia has restarted passenger train services, on one route to coastal tourist areas, after a gap of some 14 years.


US 'drops Pakistan fighter jet subsidy' (Apr 29)
The US will no longer subsidise the sale of eight F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan, a senior state department official tells the BBC.


China bars US warship from Hong Kong (Apr 29)
China denies permission for a US aircraft carrier to visit Hong Kong, the US state department says.


US man jailed for spying in N Korea (Apr 29)
North Korea has sentenced Kim Dong-chul, a naturalised US citizen, to 10 years of hard labour for spying.


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