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Japan is working with Jordan to free both a Japanese journalist and a Jordanian pilot being held by Islamist extremists, days after militants executed another hostage.
Artist Ben Quilty has organised Music For Mercy to support two Australians as they await the death penalty in Indonesia.
On April 17, 2005, a group of nine Australians were arrested in Bali for planning to smuggle 8.3kgs of heroin with a street value of around AU$4 million into Australia.
Facebook says it is testing a lightweight version of its mobile app for mobile phones with poor-quality internet connections in emerging markets.
The website of Malaysia Airlines was commandeered for several hours by hackers who referenced the Islamic State jihadists.
A Chinese court has heard what is believed to be the country's first lawsuit over gay workplace discrimination.
More than 40 Philippine police commandos were killed in an 11-hour firefight with Muslim rebels.
A Korean national who drowned at a popular rockslide near Gisborne had rescued his eight-year-old son moments before he disappeared from view.
An apparent rebel attack on a key power line plunged around 80 percent of Pakistan into darkness.
The Islamic State group has confirmed they have executed a Japanese hostage, following the release of a video.
A power outage has affected about 80 percent of Pakistan, an official says.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and US President Barack Obama demand that the Islamic State group release a Japanese journalist it has held hostage.
Indonesian salvage teams have failed to raise the fuselage of AirAsia Flight 8501 from the sea bed, but recovered four more bodies.
Japan is scrambling to verify a video posted online claiming that one of two men held hostage by the Islamic State group has been executed.
The US is urging Yemen to remain united as a northern militia moved on the capital Sanaa, while loyal southern areas closed major sea and airports.
Oil prices have traded narrowly mixed after the death of the king of Saudi Arabia and concerns about unrest in Yemen.
Former Thailand prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra claims the country's "death of democracy" after parliament impeached her.
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