- • Malaysia Airlines mulling name change, new flight routes, UK's Telegraph reports
- • BBC rapped over latest Top Gear 'racial' slur
- • US demands protection for Sri Lanka journalists
- • Taiwan first lady resumes Japan visit after museum row
- • Commonwealth Games: Singapore shuttlers clinch bronze after edging India 3-2
- • Commonwealth Games: No medals for Gai Bin as he finishes 4th in final event
- • Emirates airline says will not fly over Iraq after MH17
- • Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Black boxes show crash caused by rocket shrapnel
- • Ex-military attache at Taiwan US mission under scrutiny
- • Philippine president Aquino touts achievements, pans critics in key speech
- • Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Investigators turn back after 'explosions': Dutch
- • David Duchovny stars in controversial Russian ad in MH17 crash's aftermath
- • National University Hospital starts palliative care service in emergency department
- • S'pore will match Malaysia's new Causeway tolls, says LTA
- • ST selects National Day Parade ticket contest winners
- • Thai protest leader denies murder charge over 'Red Shirt' crackdown
- • China food scandal: OSI Group probe finds standards at supplier unit below par
- • Historic Chinese church gutted by fire, state media reports
- • Flags at half-mast as France mourns Mali crash victims
- • Foreign minister Lavrov says Russia will not respond in kind to Western sanctions
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