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Lachlan Forsyth from Unicef shares an update on the recovery work taking place in Indonesia after an earthquake and tsunami killed thousands.
A flight attendant with Air India has been badly injured after falling out of a parked plane in Mumbai.
Torrential rains triggered flash floods and landslides on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, killing at least 27 people, including a dozen children at a school, officials said.
Seven people, including South Korean climbers, were killed and two more are missing on Gurja Himal mountain after a strong storm swept through their base camp, Nepalese police said on Saturday.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un may be under international sanctions - but that did not stop him turning up for a meeting with the US Secretary of State in what appeared to be a brand new Rolls-Royce.
Chrysler remains "absolutely" committed to selling cars in Australia, despite a decision to cease operating in New Zealand.
Malaysia's new government said it will abolish the death penalty for all crimes and halt all pending executions, a rare move against capital punishment in Asia that human rights groups hailed Thursday as a major advance.
Indonesia's search for victims buried in Palu neighbourhoods annihilated by an earthquake and tsunami is drawing to a close Thursday (local time) almost two weeks after the double disasters hit the remote city.
At least three people have been killed and four injured after a powerful earthquake struck near the popular tourist island of Bali.
A plane with 91 passengers on board was left with its engines resting on the tarmac, a badly damaged tail, and collapsed rear wheels, after rolling off a runway in Russia's far east.
Calvin Klein cologne may be the ideal secret weapon to capture a tiger that's believed to have killed at least nine and possibly as many as 13 people in India.
The wife of the former Interpol president who disappeared in China has revealed that she had received a threatening phone call warning of agents coming for her while she fights a so-far fruitless battle for information about her husband's fate.
In 1997, when British jurisdiction of Hong Kong was handed back to the Chinese, the mantra was "One country, two systems". As of this week that's no longer the case, certainly as far as the rail network is concerned.
Devoted mum Bjumchu Zangmo is confident Australian surgeons will separate her conjoined twin daughters who are scheduled for surgery a long way from their Himalayan home.
The Muslim call to prayer had just started echoing across the Indonesian city of Palu when Musrifah's home shook violently.