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Tue, 12 Dec 2017 17:07:17 GMT
Charles Jenkins: US soldier who defected to North Korea dies Charles Jenkins was detained for nearly 40 years and married a Japanese woman in captivity.
India Tamil Nadu: Six face death penalty for Dalit murder The victim was hacked to death on a busy road in broad daylight for marrying an upper caste woman.
Indians question curbs on condom adverts The government says condom ads are inappropriate for children but Indians are split on the issue.
Australian town plans 150th anniversary for incorrect year The Queensland town of Charleville discovered it had inadvertently missed the anniversary.
Satoru Anzaki: Dying Japanese man throws 'end of life' party Satoru Anzaki, who has terminal cancer, invited 1,000 people to the party to thank them and say goodbye.
Inside China's 'virtue schools' for women "Career women don't end well” is one of the core messages taught to students who attend.
Sam Dastyari: Australian senator to quit after China scrutiny Sam Dastyari's resignation follows controversy over his dealings with a wealthy Chinese businessman.
Tasmanian tigers were in poor genetic health, study finds The species would have struggled to survive even without human contact, research finds.
Raelene Castle: Rugby Australia appoints first woman chief As the sport's first female boss, Raelene Castle reportedly beat 200 candidates for the job.
Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma tie the knot in Italy The Indian cricket captain and Bollywood actress marry in Italy after weeks of speculation.
India outrage over brutal rape and murder of six-year-old The girl was allegedly abducted from her home while asleep before she was raped and tortured to death.
Chinese rooftop climber dies in 62-storey fall Wu Yongning, who climbed tall buildings without safety gear, fell from a Changsha skyscraper.
Tokyo 2020 Olympic mascots to be chosen by children Can you work out the stories behind the six potential Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympic mascots?
Eurovision 2018: Australia ups the ante with Jessica Mauboy Jessica Mauboy, one of Australia's most popular singers, will represent her country in Lisbon next year.
Bike-share teething pains: 'They’re throwing them in rivers' Bicycle sharing is becoming more popular in Australia, but not everyone is impressed.
Maradona unveils 'big hair' statue Argentina legend legend Diego Maradona unveils a 12-foot statue of himself complete with 1980s hairdo and enormous World Cup trophy.
The secret note that led to my birth parents When she was 20, American Kati Pohler discovered her Chinese birth parents were searching for her.
Wild elephant attacks a bus An elephant attacked a bus in southwest China while its driver was inside.
'We can't go anywhere' How militant violence has restricted the Hazara people to two districts of Quetta in Pakistan.
Viewpoint The courts are questioning a Hindu woman's decision to convert to Islam and marry a Muslim man.
In your face China has been building what it calls "the world's biggest camera surveillance network".
On shaky ground What does it mean that the ground is still shaking after September's underground nuclear test?
The housemaid's tale Filipina housemaids have faced slave-like conditions working for rich families in Brazil.
Swept away Nearly 100 are still missing a week after the powerful storm struck India's southern coast.
The 3am epiphany Kristina Karlsson set up her stationary business following a eureka moment, and it has since gone global.
Death that shocked India The parents at the centre of an incident that shocked India tell the BBC about their ordeal.
Crypto currency The Bitcoin bull run has been welcomed by many but regulators are still trying to understand it.
'Ghost ships' North Korean "ghost ships" continue to wash up in Japan. What’s behind the vessels’ tragic journeys?
The great firewall Big names like Apple and Facebook were talking about China's internet in Wuzhen this week.