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A row over how the yeti looks like has forced Nepalese authorities to remove some 22 statues of the mythical giant ape-like creature from tourist landmarks.
Michael Bloomberg, US media tycoon and a Democratic presidential contender, has said that America cannot shut its doors to immigrants, while advocating a path to citizenship for the country's estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants.
The Tokyo 2020 organizing committee has unveiled a recreational complex for Olympic athletes that has been made mostly out of reusable wood with traditional Japanese construction techniques.
Two polio vaccinators have been shot dead in Pakistan. Shakeela Bibi, 28, was killed on the spot and Ghuncha Gull, 30, was critically injured and died later in hospital.
At least 13 soldiers were killed in an overnight Taliban attack in Afghanistan's Kunduz province, officials said on Wednesday.
US forces have recovered the remains of two people at the site of a military plane crash in eastern Afghanistan.
Two members of the Iraqi security forces and three protesters were killed in clashes that erupted during anti-government rallies in Baghdad and the southern province of Basra, in which another 75 people were injured.
Philippine authorities on Monday maintained the alert level for the Taal volcano, which entered its second week of eruption amid risks of a lava explosion, though smoke and ash emissions have diminished.
At least seven people were killed and three reported missing after a flash flood made a crowded hanging bridge over a river in Indonesia collapse, officials said on Monday.
While addressing a "Latinos For Trump" event in Florida, US Vice President Mike Pence faced outraged Puerto Ricans who called on the government to alleviate the devastation caused by hurricanes and earthquakes on the Caribbean island.