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Sun, 16 Dec 2018 18:25:05 GMT
North Korea condemns latest US sanctions The measures threaten to "block the path to denuclearisation forever", the North says.
Japan explosion: Dozens injured in Sapporo restaurant blast A large fire broke out after an explosion in the city of Sapporo, injuring more than 40 people.
Ranil Wickremesinghe: Sri Lanka reinstates ousted prime minister Ranil Wickremesinghe is sworn into office, two months after his sacking sparked a political crisis.
How a country suddenly went ‘crazy rich’ Indonesia, the nation with the world's largest Muslim population, has a rapidly growing middle class - and some very rich people with money to burn.
Cambodia makes record breaking ivory haul at port The discovery of a container with more than 1,000 tusks is the country's largest ever ivory bust.
US returns looted Balangiga church bells to Philippines The three Balangiga church bells return to the Philippines after 117 years in US possession.
Australia recognises West Jerusalem as Israeli capital PM Scott Morrison says Australia will not immediately move its embassy from Tel Aviv.
Cyclone Owen downgraded, but could re-form off Queensland Cyclone Owen has been downgraded to a tropical low, but storm and flood warnings remain in place.
Japan medical schools 'rigged women's results' A sexism scandal in Japan has widened to at least nine universities after a government investigation.
Eleven die and dozens ill after eating rice at Indian temple Witnesses say people fell ill after eating rice following a ceremony in the state of Karnataka.
Miss USA sorry for offending contestants over lack of English A beauty queen's comments and apology about non-English speaking contestants causes a stir on social media.
Japan explosion: Fire and collapsed buildings after blast A restaurant in the northern Japanese city of Sapporo is hit by a huge explosion.
US returns looted bells to Philippines after 117 years The Balangiga church bells have been returned to the Philippines, 117 years after the US seized them.
NZ PM: 'Overwhelming sense of hurt' over backpacker's murder Jacinda Ardern held back tears as she commented on the murder of British tourist Grace Millane.
Is Delhi's air causing lung cancer? Researchers say that being outside in some areas is the equivalent of smoking 20 cigarettes a day.
North Korea's high-tech pursuits: Propaganda or progress? North Korea is trying to develop civilian technologies but can it become an innovation powerhouse?
The fight over the Indian baby born in a bank queue Two-year-old Khazanchi is at the centre of a fight involving two families, villages and politicians.
Pakistan's first female blind cricket team Pakistan is in the process of creating its first ever international female blind cricket team.
Michael Spavor: The detained Canadian close to Kim Jong-un Michael Spavor, who is being held in China, is a businessman with close personal ties to North Korea.
'If the factory closes what could I afford to eat?' As the EU threatens to end Cambodia's tariff-free status, textile workers fear it could lead to factory closures and job losses.
The blind Indian cyclist conquering the Himalayas Despite losing his eyesight, Devyanshu Ganatra is determined not to let his disability get in the way of his love for sports.
Huawei: The life of Chinese tech heiress Meng Wanzhou Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou was arrested in Canada for allegedly breaking US sanctions against Iran.
Grace Millane: Solo backpacking didn't kill her, say bloggers Three women who have travelled the world share their experiences of solo backpacking.
'Surprise' Palu tsunami clue found on seafloor Scientists are getting closer to understanding the damaging tsunami that struck Sulawesi in September.
The Korean women defying beauty norms A growing number of young women in South Korea are challenging long-held beauty ideals.
Roger the kangaroo: Enormous roo dies aged 12 Roger, who stood at more than 2m tall, won viral fame over the years for his muscular physique.
Acquitted of blasphemy and living in fear in Pakistan No blasphemy convict has been executed in Pakistan, but dozens have reportedly been killed by mobs.
Who was the 'Thai bride' dumped in the hills? Fourteen years after a woman's body was found in Yorkshire, will the mystery of her death be solved?
Huawei: The rapid growth of a Chinese champion in five charts China's tech giant leads the market for telecoms infrastructure, and is second only to Samsung in smartphone sales.
Australia controversial encryption-breaking laws explained Tech firms say the controversial laws could weaken overall security for users of messenger apps.
The blind woman developing tech for the good of others Chieko Asakawa, blind since 14, develops groundbreaking technology for the visually impaired.