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Starts 7th April
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Japanese whaling ships returned home from the Antarctic yesterday (local time) for the first time in nearly 30 years with no catch on board.
A series of explosions have rocked an arms depot in Yemen's second city of Aden, killing at least nine people as looters swarmed the facility, witnesses and an official say.
Beijing is "cold enough," to host the Winter Olympics in 2022, the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) evaluation chief said on Saturday (local time), while avoiding criticism of a recent crackdown on Chinese activists.
Malaysian police arrested three leading opposition politicians ahead of a protest march for the release of jailed opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim.
UN staff have been evacuated from Yemen's capital after a third night of Saudi-led air strikes.
The youngest brother of Sri Lankan president Maithripala Sirisena has died in hospital after being attacked by a man wielding an axe two days earlier, police say.
Prime Minister David Cameron has offered Britain's "firm political support" to Saudi Arabia over its air strikes on Houthi rebel camps in Yemen.
Cambodia's UN-backed court charged another former Khmer Rouge member with crimes against humanity.
Saudi-led coalition warplanes bomb rebel camps in Yemen in a second straight day of strikes.
Japan's famously long working hours are headed for a shake-up, with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pushing early starts and European-style flexibility.
More than 50 people have been injured after a two-train crash in central Thailand, a senior official says.
The IMF has suspended its loan to Yemen indefinitely, citing a "host of uncertainties" stemming from the escalating unrest in the country.
India's Supreme Court has struck down a controversial law that permitted police to arrest people based on social network comments.
The nature and scope of the war with Islamic State is constantly changing as more and more countries are sucked into the conflict.
Indian police have made their first arrest over the rape of an elderly nun that has shocked the country.
Saudi Arabia has carried out air strikes against Huthi rebels in Yemen as the country teeters on the brink of civil war.
Yemen's leader has been rushed to a "secure location" as rebel forces bore down on his southern stronghold.
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