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The death toll from a series of avalanches triggered by heavy snowfall in Afghanistan has risen above 200.
South Korea's Constitutional Court has struck down a 60-year-old statute outlawing adultery under which violators faced up to two years in prison.
Prince William has arrived in Japan for a four-day visit that will see him meet communities that survived the devastating 2011 tsunami.
Researchers in Japan say black tea could help treat osteoporosis, a bone condition affecting older people, but admit you need to drink an awful lot of it.
The police dive squad has been called in to search for a Malaysian tourist presumed drowned after getting into trouble while swimming at Tolaga Bay wharf.
Almost all of the victims were in Panjshir province, approximately 150km north of the capital Kabul
Experts believe that black rats may not have been the main cause of the bubonic plague which spread across Europe.
A private jet belonging to one of China's richest property tycoons has been touring New Zealand with a delegation likely to be scoping out investments.
The man and woman had just stepped off a bus in Seoul when the pavement beneath them collapsed.
Ricky Gervais, Sir David Attenborough and Joanna Lumley have called on China's President Xi Jinping to ban the country's trade in ivory.
South Korea and the United States say they will launch their annual joint military exercises on March 2, setting the stage for a likely surge in tensions with North Korea.
A legal challenge to the Indonesian President's rejection of clemency of the Bali Nine ringleaders has been dismissed by the Administrative Court in Jakarta.
Resistance to the anti-malaria drug artemisinin has been discovered southeast Asia, close to the Indian border.
North Korea has banned foreigners taking part in its annual international Pyongyang marathon in April because of continuing concerns over the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.
With China recently becoming the world's largest economy, more Chinese are taking trips abroad - but some on their Chinese New Year holidays aren't making new friends at tourist hotspots.
A newlywed couple have had a narrow escape after the groom fell from the top of a 1300m cliff.
As the world's electronic companies scramble to set the agenda for wearable devices, one Japanese vegetable juice maker has gone one better - unveiling a wearable tomato machine.
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