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  • Top Asian News at 4:30 a.m. GMT Mon, May 18, 2015

    KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysia launched high-level talks with its neighbors Sunday to try to solve the deepening problem of refugees stranded in boats off Southeast Asia's shores, but there appeared to be no quick solution to the crisis. Malaysian Foreign Minister Anifah Aman met with his counterpart from Bangladesh, Abul Hassan Mahmood Ali, ahead of a meeting with the Indonesian and Thai foreign ministers scheduled for Wednesday, officials said. More »

  • Harry: I Dread To Think Of Life Without Army
    Harry: I Dread To Think Of Life Without Army Sun, May 17, 2015

    Prince Harry has completed his week-long trip to New Zealand and reflected on an "epic 10 years" serving in the Armed Forces. The 30-year-old claimed he dreads to think where he would be without the Army, and said he would encourage his niece and nephew, Charlotte and George, to join the military one day. Harry also explained what his motivations were for signing up with the Armed Forces. "I dread to think where I'd be without the Army. More »

  • Prince Harry: Army kept me out of trouble
    Prince Harry: Army kept me out of trouble Sun, May 17, 2015

    LONDON (AP) — Britain's Prince Harry has thanked the army for keeping him out of trouble and has called for national service to be brought back. More »

  • Prince Harry calls for return of national service
    Prince Harry calls for return of national service Sun, May 17, 2015

    Prince Harry called for the return of national service in the country, crediting a military career for helping to keep himself and the soldiers he commanded on the right track. Harry, 30, fifth in line to the throne, told The Sunday Times, that his 10-year career in the British Army had done "amazing things" for him. "Bring back national service," Harry said. More »

  • Harry: Army kept me out of trouble
    Harry: Army kept me out of trouble Sun, May 17, 2015

    Prince Harry has credited the Army for keeping him out of trouble, and called for National Service to be brought back. More »

  • Top Asian News at 3:30 a.m. GMT Sun, May 17, 2015

    YANGON, Myanmar (AP) — Myanmar refused to shoulder the blame for an escalating crisis involving thousands of persecuted Rohingya Muslims stranded at sea, and doubts whether it will attend a regional meeting in Thailand later this month to find an urgent solution on how to deal with the boats of refugees. Boats filled with more than 2,000 desperate and hungry people have landed in Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand, and thousands more migrants are believed to be adrift at sea after a crackdown on human traffickers prompted captains and smugglers to abandon their human cargo. More »

  • Queen to visit Chelsea Flower Show
    Queen to visit Chelsea Flower Show Sun, May 17, 2015

    The Queen and celebrities will get the first look at the Chelsea Flower Show tomorrow, as the finest horticulturalists from all over the world exhibit their immaculately designed gardens. More »

  • Harry's Winner On Final Leg Of New Zealand Tour
    Harry's Winner On Final Leg Of New Zealand Tour Sat, May 16, 2015

    Prince Harry has finished his tour of New Zealand by scoring the winning goal during a Saturday morning kick-around in Auckland. Leading out a New Zealand team of 12-14 year olds, the prince gave them a pep talk before giving the opposition a good runaround, eventually striking home the final goal of the game securing a 7-6 win for his side. More »

  • Prince Harry shoots winning goal as New Zealand tour ends
    Prince Harry shoots winning goal as New Zealand tour ends Sat, May 16, 2015

    AUCKLAND, New Zealand (AP) — Britain's Prince Harry finished a weeklong New Zealand tour Saturday in which he visited remote islands and engaged with indigenous Maori by paddling a traditional canoe and delivering a greeting in the native language. More »

  • Prince Harry ends New Zealand, Australia visit on winning note
    Prince Harry ends New Zealand, Australia visit on winning note Sat, May 16, 2015

    Britain's Prince Harry wrapped up a visit to New Zealand and Australia on Saturday by scoring the winning goal in a football match and proving he can help capture a crocodile. More »

  • Prince Harry in snap encounter with Australian crocodile
    Prince Harry in snap encounter with Australian crocodile Sat, May 16, 2015

    Britain's Prince Harry had a close encounter with a ferocious crocodile during his recent trip in Australia, with officials revealing Saturday he helped capture a 3.1 metre predator. More »

  • Harry Reveals Winner In William Wrestling Bout
    Harry Reveals Winner In William Wrestling Bout Fri, May 15, 2015

    On the seventh day of his visit to New Zealand, Prince Harry has been showing his hosts his playful side. "These links are of course central to the constitution of this nation, but they go much deeper than that. More »

  • Rugby fan Prince Harry meets All Blacks on NZ tour
    Rugby fan Prince Harry meets All Blacks on NZ tour Fri, May 15, 2015

    Britain's Prince Harry met current and former All Blacks during his tour of New Zealand Friday and was presented with a jersey from the reigning world champions. More »

  • Harry meets injured rugby players
    Harry meets injured rugby players Fri, May 15, 2015

    At 6ft 5in and weighing over 220lb, the imposing figure of an All Black rugby player was not enough to put Prince Harry off calling him a "poor baby". More »

  • Paddling Prince Harry joins Maori canoe crew
    Paddling Prince Harry joins Maori canoe crew Thu, May 14, 2015

    Britain's Prince Harry experienced Maori culture in New Zealand on Thursday, joining a group of grass-skirted warriors for a canoe ride which left him "knackered". More »

  • The Waka After The Haka For Prince Harry
    The Waka After The Haka For Prince Harry Thu, May 14, 2015

    Prince Harry has delivered a speech in Maori dialect and paddled in a traditional canoe during his New Zealand trip. He spent the day in Whanganui, the ancestral home of a number of different tribes on the country's North Island. After being welcomed on to the sacred land, Prince Harry delivered his first short speech of this tour in Maori dialect before returning to English to say his thank you to his hosts. He said: "It is a huge privilege to experience the hospitality and traditions for which Whanganui is renowned. More »

  • Prince Harry speaks Maori on tour
    Prince Harry speaks Maori on tour Thu, May 14, 2015

    Prince Harry has spoken Maori in public as he was officially welcomed into the ancestral home of a number of different tribes. More »

  • Prince Harry performs the traditional haka in New Zealand
    Prince Harry performs the traditional haka in New Zealand Wed, May 13, 2015

    Prince Harry joined the soldiers of New Zealand's 1st Brigade on Wednesday (13 May) in performing a traditional military haka on the fifth day of his official tour of the country. After his visit to Odyssey House, he travelled by helicopter to Linton Army Camp at Palmerston North on the North Island where he got to drive an all-terrain vehicle and an armoured personnel carrier. Prince Harry ended his day with a game of touch rugby with students from Linton Camp School. More »

  • Prince Harry fires up for haka in New Zealand
    Prince Harry fires up for haka in New Zealand Wed, May 13, 2015

    Britain's Prince Harry performed a fearsome Maori war dance, or haka, and mingled with tattooed ex-convicts on his trip to New Zealand on Wednesday. More »

  • Harry Takes To The Floor For The Haka
    Harry Takes To The Floor For The Haka Wed, May 13, 2015

    Prince Harry has performed a traditional Maori haka during a visit to New Zealand's largest army base. The red-faced and sweating Royal looked tense but gained confidence and kept in step during the display at Linton Military Camp. Harry's instructor Warrant Officer Brett Pene was impressed by his efforts. Harry performed the New Zealand army's own haka Ngati Tumatauenga (Tribe of War), which honours past campaigns and fallen comrades. More »

  • Prince Harry takes part in a haka
    Prince Harry takes part in a haka Wed, May 13, 2015

    Bulging eyes, tongues out and a deafening noise - the moment Prince Harry fully immersed himself in Maori culture when he took part in a military haka. More »

  • Here’s What Happened Today: Tuesday
    Here’s What Happened Today: Tuesday Tue, May 12, 2015

    Ian Bailey’s legal costs, Bertie and Brian’s pensions and another massive earthquake in Nepal had people talking. More »

  • Prince Harry offers cupcakes, advice on New Zealand visit
    Prince Harry offers cupcakes, advice on New Zealand visit Tue, May 12, 2015

    Britain's Prince Harry handed out cupcakes and advice on ginger pride in New Zealand's second largest city Christchurch on Tuesday where he was reunited with a former matron he had not seen in years. More »

  • Remember Me? Harry Bumps Into School Matron
    Remember Me? Harry Bumps Into School Matron Tue, May 12, 2015

    Prince Harry had a reminder of his schooldays as he stopped in Christchurch on the latest part of his New Zealand tour. Harry was on a walkabout in the city when he saw Vicki McBratney who was a matron at Ludgrove School in Berkshire when he was 12 years old. She told Sky News: "He remembered me, which was really nice. The Prince was in Christchurch to hear about the regeneration work being carried out after the city was hit by an earthquake in 2011 in which 185 people died. More »

  • Harry's cupcake treat for his fans
    Harry's cupcake treat for his fans Tue, May 12, 2015

    Prince Harry braved the weather to hand out cupcakes to a group of adoring girls who had waited to see him in the pouring rain. More »

  • Harry Wants Someone To 'Share Pressure' With
    Harry Wants Someone To 'Share Pressure' With Mon, May 11, 2015

    Prince Harry has told Sky News exclusively that he would like to have children now but is just waiting for the right woman. In his most personal interview in recent years, the Prince said it would be great to have someone to "share the pressure" with. But, speaking outside his hilltop bungalow on the remote Stewart Island off New Zealand, he admitted it could not be forced and that the "time will come". He also spoke of his desire to earn a "wage" and to "work with normal people", even though he has not yet decided what he wants to do after he leaves the Armed Forces later this summer. More »

  • Prince Harry: I'd like to have children soon
    Prince Harry: I'd like to have children soon Mon, May 11, 2015

    LONDON (AP) — Prince Harry has admitted that watching his brother Prince William's family grow is making him wish he had a family of his own. More »

  • Prince Interview: When Rhiannon Met Harry
    Prince Interview: When Rhiannon Met Harry Mon, May 11, 2015

    Looking relaxed in a casual blue shirt and jeans, Prince Harry seemed at ease as we met just after breakfast for an interview on the balcony of a hilltop bungalow. Prince Harry is a 30-year-old man who knows he is at a crossroads in his life, with the end of his career in the armed forces looming. More »

  • Prince Harry says he's keen on kids, waiting for right woman
    Prince Harry says he's keen on kids, waiting for right woman Mon, May 11, 2015

    Prince Harry, one of the world's most eligible bachelors, said on Monday he would love to have children but he is still waiting to find the right person to "share the pressure". Harry, 30, slipped to fifth in line to the throne with the birth of elder brother William's second child Princess Charlotte two weeks ago, and admitted the latest royal addition had made him keen to start his own family. "Of course, I would love to have kids right now, but there's a process that one has to go through," a relaxed-looking prince said in an interview with Sky News. Among those he has been linked with are Chelsy Davy, whom he dated on and off for about five years, and in 2014 he split from actress Cressida Bonas after a two-year relationship. More »

  • AP PHOTOS: Editor selections from Asia
    AP PHOTOS: Editor selections from Asia Mon, May 11, 2015

    Nepalis struggled to put their lives back together after last month's violent earthquake left more than 8,000 dead and thousands more homeless. Many sought refuge in makeshift tents. In a tribute to victims, people holding candles walked through the streets of the capital, Kathmandu, past the remains of the once-soaring Dharahara tower that collapsed in the April 25 disaster. More »

  • Prince Harry says he's looking for love, wants kids
    Prince Harry says he's looking for love, wants kids Mon, May 11, 2015

    Britain's Prince Harry said Monday he wants to have children and would like a partner to "share the pressure" of royal duties, but is still waiting for the right woman. More »

  • Harry: I would love to have kids
    Harry: I would love to have kids Mon, May 11, 2015

    Prince Harry has revealed that seeing his brother's family continue to grow makes him wish he had children of his own. More »

  • Prince Harry tells New Zealand kids he calls Queen 'granny'
    Prince Harry tells New Zealand kids he calls Queen 'granny' Mon, May 11, 2015

    STEWART ISLAND, New Zealand (AP) — Britain's Prince Harry told schoolchildren Monday on a remote New Zealand island that his favorite food is spaghetti Bolognese, he calls Queen Elizabeth II "granny" and he wishes he could speak other languages. More »

  • Top Asian News at 9:30 p.m. GMT Sun, May 10, 2015

    MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Manny Pacquiao lost his biggest fight in the ring, but that won't stop him from plotting a bigger comeback — in the political arena that is. In a country where elections are also entertainment and political programs secondary, candidates often win because of star power and money. More »

  • Prince Harry Shucks Oysters In New Zealand
    Prince Harry Shucks Oysters In New Zealand Sun, May 10, 2015

    It's not how I expected to spend my Sunday, being challenged to swallow an oyster by Prince Harry. The unusual invitation came on the second day of his tour of New Zealand, as he travelled by helicopter to Stewart Island. Stewart Island is 18 miles (30km) off New Zealand's South Island and has a population of around 400 people. Prince Harry spent the evening seeing how the locals live on Stewart Island, first dropping in on a Sunday church service at St Andrew’s Church, the village's oldest church. More »