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Vietnam's ruling party chief on the way out

HANOI -- Vietnam's ruling Communist Party Wednesday met to arrange the ouster of party leader Le Kha Phieu.

The leadership reshuffle will likely be approved later this year.

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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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Central Asia

No problem with China
over Karmapa: Jaswant
(World Tibet News)

Central Asia's beauty
(Times of Central Asia)

East Asia

Mori to call it
quits next week,
aides say

FM broadcasting of Korean
traditional music begins
(Korea Herald)

Pacific Islands

Chiefs back Qarase

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

South Asia

Nine killed in
Kashmir clashes

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

Southeast Asia

Thailand rejects Estrada
request for asylum

Intimidation in Asia
(Bangkok Post)

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