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A senior US diplomat called on Myanmar to grant its persecuted Rohingya minority citizenship rights to help migrants exodus.
Cambodia says it has agreed to take its first batch of asylum seekers from Australian custody as part of a controversial deal between the countries.
Seventeen Bangladeshis have finally returned home after being thrown off a boat bound for Malaysia and forced to swim two hours to shore.
A rare coral-like parasitic plant discovered by New Zealand scientists on a remote mountain ridge in the Philippines has been named as one of the top 10 new species for 2015.
Yemen's government in exile wants rebels to pull back from seized territory before it will join United Nations talks in Geneva.
Record numbers of Chinese are visiting New Zealand, mostly to holiday, reinforcing predictions the Chinese market will fuel a boom in the tourism industry.
Rigging the currency markets, a very bad day at the office - and why New Zealand businesses are looking for the Government to take action on child poverty.
A newspaper has published a mother's request for a groom for her son after three leading Indian dailies refused.
Japan's zoos and aquariums have voted to stop using dolphins caught by the controversial "drive hunt" method.
A Kiwi teacher in South Korea has UN backing after objecting to a request by her employer to undergo a HIV/AIDS test before renewing her contract.
Philippine Airlines will start operating a service between Manila and Auckland, via Cairns, in December.
Osama bin Laden pleaded with his followers to stay focused on attacking the United States instead of being dragged into Muslim infighting.
Malaysia and Indonesia say they will no longer turn away refugees on boats, in a major breakthrough for the region's migrant crisis.
Burma has softened its stance on the Southeast Asia asylum seeker crisis, saying it shares the concerns of the international community.
Indonesia fisherman have rescued more than 370 boatpeople from the Malacca Strait.
North Korea has abruptly cancelled an invitation to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to visit the isolated state.
If you're scared of heights, then China's newest glass bridge is maybe something you'd want to avoid.
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