Asia Pacific

Tsai Ing-wen Beijing suspects Taiwan will push for independence under President Tsai Ing-wen.
17 hours ago
Blaine Alan Gibson ATSB said debris found on an Australian island earlier in June does not belong to the missing aircraft.
24 hours ago
Norwegian and Canadian hostages Kjartan Sekkingstad and Robert Hall Hall was executed by Abu Sayyaf on 13 June; Ridsdel was decapitated by the group two months earlier.
38 hours ago
South Korea technology MPs push for the law as workers demand personal life free of workplace intrusion.
41 hours ago
handcuffs Ashley David Hill had accessed more than 5000 images and films on child pornography.
43 hours ago
gun laws Australia The study also showed a drop in suicide and homicides caused by firearms.
45 hours ago
Indonesia ship hijacking An Indonesian foreign ministry spokesman could not confirm if jihadi group Abu Sayyaf was behind the abduction.
46 hours ago
Chinese Yuan Employee siphoned off over £1.01m from pension funds belonging to 248 people
47 hours ago
Missing Malaysian airlines flight and terror strike probe This is not the first video of its kind, says police chief Khalid Abu Bakar.
47 hours ago
Volkswagen The warrant is just the start of on-going investigations, warns South Korean prosecution office.
2 days ago
China tornado President Xi Jingping has ordered 'all-out rescue efforts' to help people affected by the weather.
2 days ago
child abuse paedophilia Police described the sickening abuse case as the worst of it's kind in Western Australia.
2 days ago
Brexit: The London Stock Exchange’s $20bn merger with Deutsche Boerse now at risk

Brexit: London Stock Exchange's $20bn merger with Deutsche Boerse now at risk

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