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Thai PM dissolves parliament  Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra dissolved the nation's parliament Monday and called for new elections Thai opposition MPs pledge to resign Thai PM survives no-confidence vote   Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has survived a no-confidence vote in parliament, amid major street protests in the capital, Bangkok Thai Senate rejects amnesty bill Thai amnesty bill passes lower house Cambodia's Hun Sen gets new PM term China official to meet HK lawmakers Japan MPs visit Yasukuni Shrine   Parliament releases Fukushima probe report Map of Fukushima Japan  A Japanese parliamentary panel releases its report into the handling of the nuclear disaster at Fukushima, after months of hearings   Prime minister survives no-confidence vote  Naoto Kan survived a no-confidence vote in parliament. The final tally was 293 against the motion and 152 for it   PM dissolves parliament  On July 13, Prime Minister Taro Aso said he would dissolve the lower house of the Diet. Elections for new lawmakers will be held on August 30 Economy tops China's congress meeting
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2017-10-25 Thailand begins royal cremation for late King
2. 2017-06-14 Japan passes controversial anti-terror conspiracy law Tokyo
3. 2016-12-05 South Korean firms face rare corruption hearing South Korea
E. 2016-11-06 Beijing ruling bars Hong Kong lawmakers from taking office Beijing
F. 2016-09-02 China ratifies Paris climate agreement Beijing
G. 2016-02-11 Japan 'paternity leave' MP quits amid affair scandal Tokyo
H. 2015-09-18 Japan to allow military role overseas in historic move Tokyo
I. 2015-06-17 Hong Kong lawmakers reject Beijing poll plan Hong Kong
J. 2014-11-20 Japan's lower house dissolved for election in December Tokyo

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 South Korean firms face rare corruption hearing Beijing ruling bars Hong Kong lawmakers from taking office   Beijing has made an unprecedented intervention in Hong Kong politics to block two lawmakers from taking office China ratifies Paris climate agreement  China's top legislature has ratified the Paris global climate agreement, state news agency Xinhua reports Japan 'paternity leave' MP quits amid affair scandal  Kensuke Miyazaki who sparked a national debate about paternity leave has quit after admitting to having an affair as his wife was due to give... Japan to allow military role overseas in historic move   Japan's parliament has voted to allow the military to fight overseas for the first time since the end of World War Two 70 years ago Hong Kong lawmakers reject Beijing poll plan  Legislators in Hong Kong have rejected a Beijing-backed election reform proposal. Most of the pro-government lawmakers walked out   Japan's lower house dissolved for election in December  Abe dissolved the lower house of parliament, forcing a snap election in an apparent bid to shore up support for his scandal-plagued governme...   Protesters clash with police at Hong Kong legislature   Clashes have taken place between Hong Kong police and a small group of protesters who tried to break into parliament early on Wednesday Japan passes law banning possession of child porn China sets growth, defence targets China reforms one-child policy
Thailand begins royal cremation for late King Map of Grand Palace Bangkok Thailand

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Oct.25   Bangkok
  Mourners in Thailand are marking the main part of the five-day funeral ceremony for the late King who died in October 2016 aged 88
Jun.14   Tokyo

year 2016 Top ^

Dec.5   South Korea
Nov.6   Beijing
Sep.2   Beijing
Feb.11   Tokyo

year 2015 Top ^

Sep.18   Tokyo
Jun.17   Hong Kong

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Nov.20   Tokyo
Nov.18   Hong Kong
Jun.18   Tokyo
Mar.4   Beijing

year 2013 Top ^

Dec.27   Beijing
  China's top legislature has formally adopted a resolution easing the country's one-child policy, the state news agency Xinhua reports

Dec.9   Bangkok
Dec.8   Bangkok
Nov.27   Bangkok
Nov.11   Bangkok
Oct.31   Thailand
Sep.23   Cambodia
Jul.15   Hong Kong
Apr.22   Tokyo

year 2012 Top ^

Jul.4   Japan

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Jun.2   Japan

year 2009 Top ^

Jul.20   Japan
Mar.4   Beijing
  At the National People's Congress Premier Wen Jiabao pledging economic growth amid a growing national deficit and the global financial crisis.    Wen said there would be a $500bn investment...

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Dec.14   Thailand Thai parliament picks new PM  Parliament chose opposition leader Abhisit Vejjajiva as the new prime minister, drawing angry protests from supporters of the dissolved ruling...

year 2007 Top ^

Sep.25   Japan   Lower house elects Fukuda as PM
  A quiet compromiser has promised to bring stability and moderation to tumultuous political scene
Apr.12   Tokyo Chinese PM: Better Japan ties
  Wen Jiabao in a speech to the Japanese parliament urged Tokyo not to forget its past military aggressions in Asia.    Wen arrived in Japan on an 'ice-melting' trip as the countries...

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Jul.24   Manila   Lawmakers bid to impeach Arroyo  Opposition filed an impeachment complaint against the President, accusing her of vote-rigging and other allegations Mar.13   Beijing Congress passes Taiwan bill
  A resolution authorizes Beijing to use military force to prevent Taiwan from declaring its independence

year 2004 Top ^

Mar.11   South Korea   National Assembly votes to impeach Roh
  Roh's powers were suspended and Prime Minister Gun will lead until a Court decides whether the president to be removed   South Korea Roh impeachment vote gets physical  Lawmakers loyal to President have put their bodies on the line, physically blocking the National Assembly from voting

year 2003 Top ^

Jul.25   Japan Japan to send troops to Iraq

year 2001 Top ^

May.30   Indonesia Wahid defiant in face of impeachment

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