Bogus bank, made to look like a state-run operation, promised customers 2 per cent interest a week on savings
US gained access to North Korean networks in 2010, leaving Obama in 'no doubt' about Sony attackers
Airline says the passenger will not be fined for the dangerous mistake as he was not acting maliciously
Injuries and arrests on the streets of Hong Kong with both sides taking a tougher line
'It felt like my heart and lungs were being ripped apart', cried one soon-to-be father after receiving electric shocks
Chinese pop song Chick Chick, which features bikini-clad chickens, could be the new Gangnam Style
Quotas were introduced to preserve land for farming and development, but have angered local residents
Hacktivists say they will wage war on China for its 'inhumane actions' by leaking thousands of sensitive documents
Restaurant owner hoped crushed poppy shells would leave diners addicted to his food
But the city's attempt to reduce injuries caused by smartphone 'zombies' seems to be having the opposite effect
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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