Most Aussies celebrate 26 January in the sun, but the commemoration of white settlement angers others
Hong Kong property magnate Cecil Chao insists his daughter, Gigi, just hasn't met the right man yet
Annual killing of hundreds of dolphins depicted in film The Cove has started in southwestern Japan
'To create champions you have to be tough,' explains batsman after New Zealand run jamboree
Explosion at Mitsubishi Materials complex reportedly caused by maintenance crew working on heat exchanger
Prisoners forced to dig own graves, while women 'disappear' after being raped, reveals former guard
East Asia looks 'an ever more dangerous place', warn commentators, as China sends in warplanes
Beijing allows US and Japanese aircraft into its expanded air space, but says it's 'monitoring' them
Chinese leaders 'missed opportunity' to generate goodwill and show country as a responsible power
US Navy ships en route as Philippines government comes under pressure to speed up aid for survivors
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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