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A 65-year-old Buddhist monk is being held by police in Thailand on accusations of looting graves for skulls to be used in black magic rituals.
Japan's leader Shinzo Abe has drawn sharp rebukes from China and South Korea after sending an offering to a controversial war shrine.
Farmers in central India are standing in murky, chest-deep water for an 11th straight day in an unconventional protest over a land dispute.
A US couple have been given long jail terms for the "sadistic" murder of the woman's mother, whose body was found stuffed in a suitcase outside a luxury hotel on Indonesia's Bali island.
Japan plans to launch an unmanned mission to the moon as a stepping stone to a future visit to Mars.
An Indian cricketer has died after a freak on-field accident in a one-day match in Kolkata.
China, New Zealand's biggest trading partner, has raised concerns about allegations of a plot to spy on the Chinese Consulate in Auckland.
South Korea's main opposition party is seeking to impeach Prime Minister Lee Wan-Koo, one of a number of top officials facing bribery allegations.
The New Zealand Defence Force's presence Afghanistan will draw to a close next December ending 13 years in the Middle Eastern country.
A tsunami warning that had been issued for southern Japan after a 6.6 magnitude earthquake off eastern Taiwan has been cancelled.
Prime Minister John Key says there is nothing in documents released by Edward Snowden that proves New Zealand planned to spy on China in 2013.
The Islamic State group claim responsibility for a suicide attack in Afghanistan that killed 33 people, President Ashraf Ghani says.
Saudi Arabia has pledged to cover the entire US$274 million (NZ$355.87 million) in humanitarian aid sought by the UN for conflict-torn Yemen.
Japan's population has shrunk for the fourth year running, falling back to a level it was last at in 2000.
A suicide bomber has killed at least 22 people and wounded 50 others in an attack in eastern Afghanistan.
A Cathay Pacific flight from Hong Kong is unexpectedly stuck at the Ohakea Military Base after bad weather forced it to divert from Manukau Airport.
Workers from a factory in Taiwan which leached toxic chemicals have won a US$18 million payout from US electronics company RCA.
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