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Google has provided a sneak peek into Bhutan by unveiling a Street View project for the remote Himalayan kingdom.
With its gangly arms, long neck and duckbill, Deinocheirus mirificus resembles Jar Jar Binks of Star Wars fame.
A group of climbers have unfurled a giant protest banner from a famous Hong Kong cliff.
Dogs have been honoured in Nepal as part of the Tihar festival.
North Korea says "criminal" US detainee Jeffrey Fowle was freed on the orders of leader Kim Jong-Un following "repeated requests" from US President Barack Obama.
Australian judge Michael Kirby has urged the United Nations to seek war crimes prosecutions of North Korea.
Nepal has called off a search for any more survivors of a Himalayan snowstorm that claimed some 43 lives, after more than a week of scouring the popular trekking region.
A Wellington woman who confessed to destroying a Buddha statue in Cambodia's historic Angkor Wat complex could soon be charged by authorities in Siem Reap.
The influential spokesman of the Pakistani Taliban has been sacked for pledging allegiance to the Islamic State group.
Hong Kong student leaders say they may shun further talks with the government.
Muhammad Ismail, the Malaysian diplomat accused of sexually assaulting a Wellington woman, is expected to return to New Zealand on Saturday.
North Korea has freed one of three detained Americans and allowed a Pentagon plane to land in Pyongyang to fly him home.
Hong Kong authorities and pro-democracy protest leaders have sat down for talks aimed at ending weeks of rallies that have paralysed the city's streets.
Prince William's wife Kate has made her first public appearance since her second pregnancy was announced as she welcomed Singaporean President Tony Tan to Britain.
Australian police have dropped their probe into the controversial case of five journalists killed in Balibo, East Timor, in 1975.
A Chinese reality TV show watched by 400 million people featured two episodes on New Zealand, which the tourism board says is unprecedented exposure.
In an interview with foreign media, Hong Kong's embattled chief executive Leung Chun-ying has reiterated his position that free elections are impossible.
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