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Two Chinese siblings whose father was deported because of his drug convictions have had a victory in the Supreme Court to continue their fight against also being deported.
New data offering more evidence that China's industrial machine is stalling has helped prompt US stocks to lose nearly 3 percent.
A speeding bus has swerved off a mountain road into a deep gorge in the Himalayan region of northern India, killing at least 18 people.
A new strategic alliance between Air NZ and Air China will boost airline capacity between Akl and mainland China by more than 25pct, Air NZ says.
A second foreign man has been arrested at a checkpoint on the Cambodian border over last month's deadly shrine bombing, Thailand's prime minister says.
The lawyer for two journalists, including an Australian editor, says they have been found not guilty of criminal defamation against the kingdom's Navy.
Travellers are the likely winners as a new strategic alliance between Air New Zealand and Air China gets the official sign-off.
New Zealanders born in 2013 can expect to live half a decade longer than those born in 1990, but spend an extra 18 months in ill-health.
Chinese authorities say they have punished nearly 200 people for spreading false rumours online about the stock market and the Tianjin blasts.
The Taliban has admitted covering up longtime leader Mullah Omar's death for more than 2 years, saying he died in 2013 as was first claimed by the Afghan intelligence.
Police investigating the deadly Bangkok blast are seeking a Thai woman and an unidentified man after bomb-making materials were discovered over the weekend in a second apartment raided by police.
Chinese state media reports a journalist has confessed to causing panic and disorder on the stock market and undermining market confidence.
Malaysia's Prime Minister has slammed protesters for tarnishing the country's image after a second day of demonstrations in Kuala Lumpur.
A Saudi-led coalition air raid has struck a factory in northern Yemen killing 17 civilians and 14 Shi'ite Huthi rebels.
They accuse Najib Razak of corruption over a multimillion-dollar payment made by foreign donors to his bank account.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has issued assurances over his country's economy after global markets were unsettled by concerns over its slowing growth.
Thai police have charged a foreign man over last week's deadly Bangkok bombing.
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