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Vietnam imposes curfew, evacuations ahead of Typhoon Noru

Vietnam enacted a curfew and evacuated more than 800,000 citizens after Typhoon Noru flooded several villages and left 8 dead in the Philippines on Tuesday.

VP Kamala Harris attends former Japanese PM Shinzo Abe's state funeral in Tokyo

Vice President Kamala Harris attended the Tokyo funeral of late Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday, along with Australian PM Anthony Albanese and Indian PM Narendra Modi.

China using civilian ships to extend military reach, ability: experts

Experts say that China is using civilian ships to enhance its military capability and back up territorial claims. China's navy is the world's largest by ship count.

Japanese man sets himself on fire to protest Shinzo Abe funeral

A Japanese man believed to be in his seventies doused himself in oil and set himself on fire in protest of the state funeral for the late Prime Minster Shinzo Abe.

6.9 magnitude earthquake rocks Taiwan, triggers Tsunami alarm in Japan

A 6.9 magnitude earthquake struck the island of Taiwan on Sunday, reportedly killing one and injuring 79. First responders are on the scenes of collapsed buildings and bridges.

Taiwan looking to end COVID quarantine early for arrivals

Taiwan is seeking to end its mandatory COVID quarantines for travelers early. While other parts of Asia have already relaxed regulations, Taiwan has not decided when to end isolations.

Japan to waive some visa requirements to boost tourism

Japan will waive some visa requirements to boost tourism, such as removing its daily entry cap and welcoming short-term U.S. travelers without a visa

New Philippines president fighting back against China's incursions

Philippine President Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos is pushing back against Chinese incursions into the South China Sea, which the Philippines have called called an 'illegal presence.'

Karaoke bar fire in Vietnam kills at least 12, injures dozens more

A karaoke bar fire in Binh Duong province of southern Vietnam killed at least 12 people and injured 40 others on Tuesday night, Vietnamese authorities say.

Millions in China under COVID lockdown restrictions

Tens of millions of residents in China are under stringent COVID-19 restrictions and officials in the city of Shenzhen said it would implement measures on Monday.

Burma court convicts Suu Kyi of vote fraud, adds jail time

Aung San Suu Kyi was sentenced to three years in prison with labor after she was founded guilty of election fraud. This will add more time to her 17 year sentence for previous crimes.

Taiwan military fires warning shots at drones encroaching on airspace

Taiwanese soldiers fired warning shots at multiple drones hovering over Kinmen island group late Tuesday. The Taiwanese military has previously only fired warning flares.