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  Thailand constitution: Military's council rejects draft  A council appointed by Thailand's military rulers has rejected a controversial new constitution drafted after last year's coup Malaysia passes controversial anti-terror bill Map of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia  Malaysia has passed a controversial anti-terrorism bill, which the government says is needed to tackle the threat from Islamic extremists Malaysia Allah challenge rejected  Highest court has rejected a challenge to the ban on Christians using the word 'Allah' to refer to God, in a highly divisive legal case Thailand court ousts PM Yingluck Shinawatra
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B. 2017-11-06 Manus refugees: Court rules against restoring services Manus Island, Papua New Guinea
2. 2017-06-14 Japan passes controversial anti-terror conspiracy law Tokyo
2017-03-09 Park Geun-hye: Court ousts scandal-hit president South Korea
E. 2015-09-05 Thailand constitution: Military's council rejects draft Bangkok
5. 2015-04-06 Malaysia passes controversial anti-terror bill Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
G. 2014-06-22 Malaysia Allah challenge rejected Malaysia
H. 2014-05-07 Thailand court ousts PM Yingluck Shinawatra Bangkok
I. 2013-11-15 China to loosen one-child policy Beijing
J. 2013-10-13 Malaysia court rules non-Muslims cannot use 'Allah' Malaysia

Japan passes controversial anti-terror conspiracy law  PM Shinzo Abe's ruling bloc pushed it through the upper house early on Thursday, despite vocal opposition Park Geun-hye: Court ousts scandal-hit president
  Manus refugees: Court rules against restoring services Map of Manus Island Papua New Guinea


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Nov.6   Papua New Guinea
  A Papua New Guinea court has ruled against restoring basic services to refugees staying in a closed Australian-run detention centre


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Jun.14   Tokyo


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Mar.9   South Korea
  South Korea's President Park Geun-hye has become the country's first democratically elected leader to be forced from office



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Sep.5   Bangkok
Apr.6   Malaysia


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Jun.22   Malaysia
May.7   Bangkok
  The Constitutional Court has ordered Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and several cabinet ministers to step down


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Nov.15   Beijing China to loosen one-child policy
  China is to relax its policy of restricting most couples to having only a single child, state media say
Oct.13   Malaysia   Malaysia court rules non-Muslims cannot use 'Allah'  A Malaysian court has ruled that non-Muslims cannot use the word Allah to refer to God, overturning a 2009 lower court ruling Mar.24   Hong Kong HK court denies maid residency  Hong Kong's top court has ruled that domestic workers are not eligible to apply for permanent residency, ending a two-year battle that has split...

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Dec.29   Manila Contraception law signed by Benigno Aquino
  Philippines President Benigno Aquino has signed into law a bill providing for free access to contraception and family planning Mar.30   Japan   Japanese PM defends death penalty  Yoshihiko Noda has defended the country's use of the death penalty, days after three death-row inmates were hanged

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Sep.3   China Proposed legal changes cause jitters  Obsessed with keeping social order, China is now pushing to revise its laws in ways that will broaden police powers

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Dec.1   Thailand Top Thai court bans ruling party
  Constitutional court has dissolved the People Power Party and 2 of its coalition partners for fraud during the last election
 The parties' leaders, including Prime Minister Wongsawat, were banned from politics for 5 years; most of its MPs can keep their seats under another party, and should be able to form another government


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Jul.6   Thailand   Thai draft constitution approved  A military-backed commission has approved the final draft of new constitution, 10 months after the army ousted ex-PM Thaksin May.30   Thailand   5-year politics ban for ex-PM
  A court has disbanded Thai Rak Thai, the political party of ousted Thaksin, finding it guilty of legal violations during elections   Thailand Key Thai party cleared of fraud  The Constitutional Court has acquitted the Democrat Party of violating election laws Apr.6   Beijing China issues new rules on organs  The doctors and hospitals who violate a ban on commercial trade in organs will face fines and suspensions

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May.7   Thailand Constitutional Court rules election invalid
  The court has ruled that the recent general election was invalid, and another must be held

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Mar.7   Beijing Lays down law over Taiwan unveiled
  A new law that would allow Beijing to use military action if peaceful means fail to stop the island pursuing independence

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Apr.6   Japan   PM war shrine visit illegal  A district court has ruled the prime minister's visits to a controversial shrine are unconstitutional


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