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Mori survives ouster vote, prefectural chiefs want resignation

TOKYO -- A majority of prefectural leaders of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) said that Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori should resign before summer elections, according to a newspaper survey.

Mori survived a no-trust motion against his administration Monday.

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Evidence of bomb in airliner explosion, PM targeted

BANGKOK -- Thai investigators confirmed that traces of explosives were found in the remains of the Boeing 737-400 that burned up Saturday at Don Muang airport killing one person.

Evidence of the incendiary chemical white phosphorus was also found at the site.

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Central Asia

Foot-and-mouth disease
found in S. Kazakhstan
(Times of Central Asia)

Central Asia's beauty
(Times of Central Asia)

East Asia

Vote on Mori
set for Monday
(Japan Times)

GNP leader blasts
gov't for NMD controversy
(Korea Herald)

Pacific Islands

Fijian Forum rejects
court ruling

Samoa's PM says
he has support
to keep power
(Coconet Wireless)

South Asia

Assembly polls in 5
states in April
(Times of India)

Government asks Maoists
to come to negotiating table
(Kathmandu Post)

Southeast Asia

Let the people judge
me, Estrada says
after court setback

Intimidation in Asia
(Bangkok Post)

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