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ASIA NEWS AGENDA ON TUESDAY
+ Myanmar case against Reuters journalists to begin
+ Mattis meets Indonesian president, defence minister
MYANMAR
– Court case against Reuters journalists charged under Official Secrets Act expected to formally begin.
INDONESIA
– United States Defense Secretary Jim Mattis meets his Indonesian counterpart and President Joko Widodo in Jakarta as the US looks to curb the rising influence of China in the region.
– OTHER AGENDA ITEMS –
AUSTRALIA
– Tennis. Ninth day of the Australian Open Grand Slam in Melbourne.
BANGLADESH
– Cricket. Fifth one-day international between Bangladesh and Zimbabwe at Dhaka.
HONG KONG
– Jailed democracy activist Joshua Wong appears in court for bail hearing.
JAPAN
– Bank of Japan governor Haruhiko Kuroda holds a news conference at 0630 GMT following the central bank’s monetary policy meeting.
MALAYSIA
– Trial continues of two women accused of murdering the estranged half-brother of North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-Un.
MYANMAR
– Following as deadline passes for the start of the repatriation of Rohingya refugees, a day after Dhaka said it was not ready to begin the process.
NEPAL
– A double amputee climber, whose bid to summit Everest in May was scuppered by new government rules banning disabled mountaineers from its peaks, holds a press conference.
TAIWAN 
– ISU Four Continents figure skating championships practice day.