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N.Korea's Kim says sub launch a success
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un says the US mainland is within striking distance after a successful sub-missile launch.

First self-driving taxis in Singapore
Select members of the public in Singapore will able to hail a free ride using their smartphones in self-driving taxis.

Monsanto pulls GM cotton seed from India
Monsanto Co has pulled a new GM cotton seed from India to protest a government proposal to share its technology.

UN discusses North Korea missile launch
North Korea has fired a submarine-launched missile in a worrying sign athe isolated North Asian country is improving its technological capability.

UN meeting to discuss N Korea missile
United Nations diplomats say a closed-door meeting will be held to discuss North Korea's latest missile launch.

First Pokemon Go death reported in Japan
The world's first reported Pokemon Go-related death has been recorded in Japan when a female pedestrian was killed in a car accident.

Strong quake hits Myanmar, at least 3 dead
An earthquake of 6.8 magnitude has struck central Myanmar, the US Geological Survey says, killing at least three people.

Connor's idea to destroy evidence: police
Police have found the burnt remains of the clothing that Australian mum Sara Connor and David Taylor wore during the alleged killing of a Bali cop, they say.

Thai junta rules out blasts link
There was no connection between two bombings overnight in Thailand and a wave of deadly attacks on popular tourist spots in the south this month.

NKorea fires sub missile towards Japan
Japan's PM has described North Korea's firing of a ballistic missile toward his country as a grave threat to Japan's security and an unforgivable act.

Indon radio criticised for radical views
Singapore has criticised an Indonesian radio station for airing radical views following the arrest of two alleged IS supporters.

Over 300 dead in India floods
Flooding in eastern and central India has left over 300 people dead and forced mass evacuations.

Bomb kills US soldier in Afghanistan
A US soldier has been killed and another wounded by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan's Helmand province.

1900 killed in Philippines war on drugs
The head of the Philippines police has said more than 1900 people have been killed during a crackdown on illegal drugs in the past seven weeks.

Australian mum to face another charge
Bali police say an Australian mum is likely to face another charge as a clearer picture of what happened the night a local police officer died emerges.

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