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In the country's deadliest single attack since 2011, a suicide bomber detonated explosives which killed 57 people.
Bangladesh's war crimes court has sentenced a former ruling party official to hang for mass murder.
Rescuers have pulled 44 more bodies from a fast-flowing river in western Nepal where a bus crashed last week.
Oxfam says there are fears that women's rights may be bargained away amid efforts to reach a peace settlement with the Taliban in Afghanistan.
A young boy in China found himself stuck between a rock and a hard place when he wedged his head between two concrete pillars while playing in a park.
A British banker accused of killing two Indonesian women has been ruled fit to stand trial.
Around 50 people have been killed and 60 others wounded when a suicide blast hit crowds at a volleyball game in eastern Afghanistan.
A strong earthquake has struck a lightly populated, mountainous area of western China, killing at least two people, injuring 54 others and collapsing homes.
A strong 6.2 magnitude earthquake has struck central Japan, causing houses to collapse and injuring at least 20 people, three seriously.
Global oil prices have rallied on China's surprise interest rate cuts and somewhat higher expectations that OPEC could decide to reduce production next week.
Four mayoral delegations from China are visiting Christchurch to see the progress made since the earthquakes this weekend.
Sri Lankan Health Minister Maithripala Sirisena has left the ruling party to stand as the main opposition's candidate in January elections.
A so-called Japanese "black widow" suspected of killing numerous partners for money, was still on the hunt for a man when her fourth husband was poisoned.
Chinese President Xi Jinping spent the afternoon on a farm today in a carefully stage-managed visit.
Details of a luxury new $200 million hotel on Auckland's waterfront have today been unveiled by Prime Minister John Key and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Indian police are scouring the ashram of a controversial guru after his arrest ended a stand-off with thousands of followers and a siege during which six people died.
The Bank of China is the third state-owned Chinese bank to open branch in the country in the past 12 months.
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