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Sales of “dangerous drugs” — synthetic drugs with narcotic-like effects that are not banned outright under Japan's current laws — are going underground or moving online despite police efforts to crack down on the substances.
 

India's new government has launched a drive to promote the country's ancient therapies as it seeks to cash in on the multi-billion dollar global market for holistic medicine.
India seeks to cash in on global demand for ancient remedies

 

The world's most powerful economies urge “strong and effective action” on climate change, catapulting the issue up the G-20 agenda in a new boost for campaigners after a surprising Sino-U.S. breakthrough.
 

Residents of Japan's Okinawa Sunday elected a governor who opposes plans to relocate a U.S. military base within the island chain, a fresh setback in efforts to resolve a thorny issue in military relations.
 

Eyeing Chinese assertiveness, President Barack Obama and the prime ministers of Japan and Australia committed Sunday to deepen their military cooperation and work together on strengthening maritime security in the Asia Pacific.
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US, Japan, Australia agree to deepen security ties

 

U.S. President Barack Obama on Saturday warned of the dangers of outright conflict in Asia, as China squares off against rival claimants over disputed territories, but vowed that Washington would remain anchored in the region.
Asian territorial rows could 'spiral into confrontation': Obama

 

Okinawa's voters will deliver their verdict Sunday on a decision to press ahead with the long-stalled relocation of a U.S. military base, in an election Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe needs to win.
South Japan vote over US base tests Abe

 

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani made his first official trip to neighboring Pakistan on Friday, seeking to improve ties crucial to his hopes of reviving Taliban peace talks as U.S. troops end their 13-year war.
Ghani makes his 1st trip to Pakistan with  eye on Taliban talks

 

Pakistani police said Saturday they have arrested a Christian man who went into hiding after being accused of committing blasphemy.
 

The U.S. intelligence chief who flew to North Korea on a secret mission to free two Americans said there is “the potential for change” in the secretive state, in a rare window into the murky world of Pyongyang diplomacy.
 
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