China and NATO have joined forces to conduct an anti-piracy drill aimed at improving maritime security and stability in the Gulf of Aden.
Anastasia Lin is a practitioner of Falun Gong and in July testified at a US congressional hearing on religious persecution in China.
Sixteen asylum seekers who have come ashore in Indonesia were apparently on a boat towed away from Christmas Island last week.
Eight suspected Islamic State sympathisers have been killed in a dawn clash with Philippine military forces.
An Australian representative will attend regional talks on asylum seekers in Jakarta, where tensions persist over Operation Sovereign Borders.
Part of a recovery team will stay the night in a Fox Glacier hut before trying to recover three remaining bodies from the chopper crash which killed seven.
An Indian woman has launched a social media campaign to challenge sexist prejudices about menstruation that have seen women reportedly banned from entering a...
A New Zealand vessel has received five uninvited visitors after environmental activists locked themselves to its mast and deck.

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A 5.9 magnitude earthquake has occurred in northeast Afghanistan, with the tremor felt as far away as the Indian capital New Delhi.
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Nearly 100 bodies have been pulled from a landslide near a jade mine in Myanmar's northern Kachin State, local officials said on Sunday, and hopes are dwindling...
New Zealand Labour leader Andrew Little says Kiwis living in Australia are seriously disadvantaged and he's going to Canberra to make sure MPs know it.
A staging area on Fox Glacier will be established when bad weather subsides to recover the remaining bodies of those killed in a helicopter crash.
A Singapore Airlines flight out of San Francisco has landed safely at Changi Airport after a bomb scare.

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