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An Afghan bird refuge comes back to life after decades of neglect

But lack of cooperation from locals continues to hamper cleanup efforts at the scenic U.N.-protected site.

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Rescuers dig for bodies after landslide wipes out village in southwestern China

Fifteen bodies have been found, but 118 people are missing in the village in Sichuan province, state media said.

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29 dead after car bomb hits Afghan bank in Helmand province, governor says

Dozens were waiting to collect their monthly pay ahead of the upcoming religious holiday.

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To promote kimchi abroad, Korean scientists are trying to get rid of the smell

Can people who love Korean dramas and pop music be convinced to like fermented cabbage?

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Philippine police use chaos of Duterte’s drug war to extort families in distress

Manila officers were caught running a secret cell behind a station bookshelf. 

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Investigators question how a Navy destroyer and a container ship collided

Multiple investigations are taking place in Japan after the deadly weekend collision.

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Behind the mask

A photography project which shows women wearing a cow mask has gone viral in India.

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Australia census: Five takeaways from a changing country

The country is becoming more Asian and less religious, the latest national survey shows.

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With Modi in Washington, China and India ‘Jostle’ on Their Border

China, seeing the U.S.-India relationship as the greatest threat to its effort to carve out a “Sinocentric Asia,” is sending a message, analysts say.

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Lasith Malinga: Sri Lanka fine bowler for monkey remark

Sri Lanka fine pace bowler Lasith Malinga after he compares the country's sports minister to a monkey.

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Trump: India has 'a true friend' in White House

The first face-to-face meeting between US President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was sealed with a bear hug Monday, as the ...

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Delhi Golf Club 'sorry' after woman ejected over dress

The elite club said sorry after staff asked her to leave saying she looked "like a maid".

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Modi's enthusiastic bear hug bests Trump's handshake

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi responds to the infamous Trump handshake with his bear hug.

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Liu Xiaobo Embodied Hope for China’s Democracy. Now He’s Sick.

The Nobel Peace laureate, who helped write a petition for a more democratic China but was sidelined while in prison, has been freed for cancer treatment.

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Displaced and desperate: 'I will never go back to Marawi'

Following a shock attack by ISIS-aligned militants which captured the southern Philippines city of Marawi last month, hundreds of thousands of its weary citizens have fled the horror of life under the control of jihadists -- a horror compounded by a ...

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Aadhaar: India court says biometric ID mandatory for welfare

The Indian government's plan to make biometric ID compulsory was challenged on privacy grounds.

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Tycoon’s Claims Reverberate in China Despite Censorship and Thin Evidence

The exiled tycoon Guo Wengui has riled the Communist Party with claims against the top leaders. But he has also divided the party’s opponents in ...

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Philip Carlyle murder: Breakthrough in Australian cold case

Three people are arrested over the unsolved execution-style killing of a man in 1997.

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Cantopop queen to democracy fighter

In 1997, as sovereignty over Hong Kong passed from the UK to China, Denise Ho didn't care about politics.

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The battle against ISIS in the Philippines

During the rainy season on the southern Philippines island of Mindanao, storms are foreshadowed by flashes of lightning in the distance, visible above the treetops.

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India and America: A love affair

Indians share their fondness for US music, culture, fast food - and President Donald Trump.

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Chinese Nobel Peace Laureate Liu Xiaobo released from prison, suffering from liver cancer

Liu, who participated in the Tiananmen demonstrations, pushed for democracy in China and was arrested in 2008.

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Trump company’s partners in India are no strangers to legal entanglements

Welcome to Gurgaon, India, Mr. President. It’s a mess.

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After Otto Warmbier’s death, tourism to North Korea comes under scrutiny

The U.S. government is considering banning citizens from going to there as tourists.

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Gunmen kill 8 Afghan guards heading for work at U.S. air base

The attack came as security forces and protesters clashed in Kabul amid rising tensions over militant violence.

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Trump praises US-India relations after talks with Modi

Trade and security topped the agenda at the first direct talks between the US President and Indian PM.

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