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Joko Widodo has been inaugurated as Indonesia's president, capping a remarkable rise from an upbringing in a riverside slum.
There's a warning that the success of proposed protection and research measures for Antarctica could be impacted by global politics.
Yuko Obuchi, who had been tipped to become the country's first female prime minister, reportedly spent political donations on make-up and other items unconnected to politics.
The exchange was the second to take place across the land border this month, after the two rivals traded heavy machine gun rounds on October 10.
Nepalese teams have rescued 34 more trekkers and guides stranded in the Himalayas since a snowstorm struck five days ago but have also found 12 more bodies.
Nepal is wrapping up rescue operations in its northern mountains, saying all the hikers believed to be stranded on a trekking route have been rescued and are safe.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs says there's no indication that any New Zealanders have been caught up in a freak storm that has killed more than 40 people in Nepal.
HK police in riot gear have charged protesters in the northern district of Mongkok, injuring many, just hours after peace talks were announced.
Friends and relatives of New Zealanders confirmed to have escaped deadly snowstorms in the Himalayas are relieved but one couple is still unaccounted for.
Fresh clashes between pro-democracy protesters and police have led to multiple arrests and jeopardised government talks in Hong Kong.
The collapse of a ventilation grate at a South Korean pop concert has killed 16 people and seriously injured nine others, rescuers say.
A New Zealand woman missing following Himalayan avalanches has been in contact and is well.
Hong Kong's police been "Asia's finest", but recent violence has seen their reputation slip.
China's President has told a group of artists that they should not become "slaves to the market" and should instead serve the people and the country's socialist cause.
Asia Bibi, a mother of five, has been on death row since November 2010 after she was found guilty of making derogatory remarks about the Prophet Mohammed.
Hong Kong's embattled leader has reopened his offer of talks with student protesters a week after the government abruptly pulled out of discussions.
Sri Lanka's defence ministry has announced new curbs on foreigners visiting the island's former war zone.
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