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Malaysia has refused entry to a Sydney based New Zealander who had previously been arrested for joining a protest.
A knife-wielding man has stabbed students and a teacher in a rampage at a Chinese primary school.
Bad weather has delayed the slaughter the controversial dolphin hunting season in the town of Taiji.
Anti-government protesters armed with rocks and wooden clubs clashed with police in Islamabad.
Hong Kong democracy activists are vowing an "era of civil disobedience" after China announced rules giving it control in the city's next election.
Thailand's coup leader and newly appointed prime minister has received royal endorsement for a cabinet stacked with soldiers.
A fortnight-long political impasse took a violent turn in Pakistan as police used tear gas and rubber bullets on protesters, injuring at least 230.
A Burmese beauty queen has run off with her tiara after being dethroned as Miss Asia Pacific World.
Malaysia Airlines will slash thousands of staff, trim its route network, and replace its CEO under a plan.
A 28-strong trade delegation led by Sir Ken Stevens and New Zealand's Ambassador to Indonesia David Taylor departed yesterday.
Samsung has refuted fresh allegations that one of its suppliers in China hired child workers.
The captain of a sunken South Korean ferry has pinned the blame on the ship's operator.
A damning coroner's report has found an array of oversights, negligence and poor seamanship led to 22 deaths when a Korean fishing ship sank in the Southern Ocean.
If convicted for possession, Panangian – an Indonesian national - faces a maximum of 12 years in jail.
Crisis-stricken Malaysia Airlines says its second-quarter loss has nearly doubled as the loss of flight MH370 spurred a decline in bookings.
A Thai court has dismissed murder charges against Abhisit Vejjajiva and his ex-deputy over bloody 2010 protest crackdowns.
Outgoing Afghan President Hamid Karzai has packed up and is ready to leave the palace.
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