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Japan is preparing to press the nuclear button again - but there are real concerns about the reboot.
Former finance minister Ashraf Ghani has been declared Afghanistan's next president.
NZX-listed Cooks Global Foods is buying back the master franchise for its Esquires brand in China.
Japanese parents have watched with glee as sumo wrestlers tried to reduce their babies to tears.
Yemeni political rivals have signed a peace accord in the presence of the UN envoy.
Yemen's Prime Minister has resigned, with Shi'ite rebels seizing his government's headquarters.
Afghanistan's two rival presidential candidates are due to sign a power-sharing agreement.
The UN envoy to Yemen says an accord has been reached to "resolve the current crisis" after a week of fighting.
Shares in the online shopping giant Alibaba have soared 38 percent after debuting on the US share market.
Indonesian police say a US man has confessed to killing his girlfriend's mother at a Bali luxury resort.
New Zealand has won a vote at the International Whaling Commission to stop Japan's whaling plans - but the Japanese are going to ignore it.
The Thai Prime Minister has apologised after suggesting tourists in bikinis are more vulnerable to attack in Thailand.
The world's whaling watchdog has agreed to toughen scrutiny of Japan's Antarctic hunts, but rejected a bid to expand protection in the South Atlantic.
Japan says it will go to Antarctica this season to run a non-lethal research programme and will file a plan to resume full, controversial whaling.
A baby giant panda has been born at a wild animal centre at Xi'an, in northwest China.
Thai police have identified a man caught on security camera as the "prime suspect" in the murder of two British tourists.
Lava is cascading down the Philippines' most active volcano as authorities rush to evacuate thousands ahead of a possible deadly eruption.
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