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Tue, 19 Feb 2019 12:39:59 GMT
Pulwama attack: Pakistan warns India against military action Pakistan says only dialogue will resolve differences as India mourns its dead in Kashmir.
The US cannot crush us, says Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei says the firm will survive despite security concerns and his daughter's legal troubles.
Kim Jong-un's 'butler' in Vietnam ahead of Trump-Kim summit Kim Chang-son has been seen checking out potential venues ahead of the summit in Hanoi.
Storm damaged China-bound Russian missiles The anti-aircraft missiles were on a Russian ship, but two other missile ships did reach China.
HSBC profits hit by China slowdown Profits at Europe's largest bank rise by less than forecast after a challenging end to 2018.
India-Pakistan crisis: Saudi Arabia aims to de-escalate tensions Saudi Arabia hopes to soothe India-Pakistan tensions, as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman visits Delhi.
Zara advert gets China asking: Are freckles beautiful? An advert for Zara has sparked a row over whether freckles "uglify" Chinese people.
UK and French tourists missing in Australia beach search Items belonging to Hugo Palmer and Erwan Ferrieux were found on a popular beach, police say.
Restoring faith to Japan's sad forest Kyochi Watanabe plays music in the hope of saving the lives of those drawn to a forest of Japan
Australia's drought leading to 'suffering' of children, UN warns Many spend long days witnessing the "trauma" of their parents and animals, the UN warns.
Elin Ersson: Student fined for Afghan deportation protest Swede Elin Ersson caused disruption on a plane that stopped an Afghan migrant being sent home.
Ai Weiwei hits out at film censorship over Berlin I Love You The artist accuses film-makers of cutting his part because they didn't want to upset China.
Saudi Arabia 'is Pakistan's friend in need' While some are shunning Saudi Arabia's controversial leader, Pakistan has welcomed him with open arms.
Afghan government ‘cannot be sidelined’ in peace talks In a BBC interview, President Ashraf Ghani says his government is in contact with the Taliban.
Toxic alcohol kills dozens in northern India One woman lost five members of her family, including her husband, after the illegal alcohol was served at a mourning event.
Super gonorrhoea: Why your STI could become untreatable The challenges facing health workers in the fight against the STI.
Gully boys: The defiant street rappers telling India's story Bombay Lokal is one of Mumbai's homegrown hip-hop acts making music about identity and discrimination.
After Kashmir attack, what are India's options? India's government is under pressure to respond to the attack on its forces in Kashmir.
Viewpoint: Should Britain apologise for Amritsar massacre? Hundreds of Indians attending a public meeting were shot dead by British troops on 13 April 1919.
Bollywood's first major LGBTQ film How I Felt When I Saw That Girl is the first Indian film with a star cast to focus on same-sex relationships.
Huawei risk can be managed, say UK cyber-security chiefs UK intelligence chiefs reportedly conclude the Chinese tech giant Huawei can bid for telecoms projects.
Pulwama attack: India mourns Kashmir dead Thousands attend funerals across India for security force personnel killed in an attack on Thursday.
Li Rui: The old guard Communist who was able to criticise Xi Jinping Li Rui - once Mao's confidante, later an outspoken critic of the ruling party - has died aged 101.
Pakistan rolls out red carpet for Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Imran Khan needs Saudi money to stave off an economic bail-out - but this is not a one-way relationship.
Why did gay Muslim comics disappear from Instagram? An Instagram account that posted comics depicting the struggles of gay Muslims has now vanished.
Viewpoint: How far might India go to 'punish' Pakistan? India's government is talking tough after a car bombing killed 46 Indian troops. How far could tensions escalate?
Ko Ni: Gunman gets death penalty in murder of Myanmar lawyer A gunman has been sentenced to death for the murder of Muslim lawyer Ko Ni in Myanmar.
Xi Jinping: Digital 'little red book' tops App Store in China It might be also be a hit because civil servants, teachers and Communist Party members must download it.
Why Australia's PM is talking of dark threats and 'evil' The nation's foghorn politics is suddenly all about threats and "evil", writes the BBC's Hywel Griffith.