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Universiade athletes are loving this Taiwanese treat
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Roller sports athlete hauls in her third gold in two days
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Princes William and Harry 'glad' to walk behind their mother's coffin
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Maduro seeks Interpol arrest warrant for former attorney general
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Bird flu fears mean it's a great time to dig into some chicken: Philippines
More than 18,600 chickens, ducks, quails and other fowls have been culled in the country since Sunday.
 
Japan is observing the 72nd anniversary of its defeat in WWII
Thousands of people attend a ceremony to pay tribute to the more than 3 million Japanese who perished in the conflict.
 
Coffee with a human trafficker
This undercover reporter had a chat with human traffickers in Malaysia over a coffee.
 
Australia's deputy leader is in trouble over potential dual citizenship
The deputy prime minister said he might also hold New Zealand citizenship, which is against the country's constitution.
 
China's island building is continuing unabated
Man-made islands are growing in disputed South China Sea territory, satellite imagery reveals.
 
In the autumn of their lives, more Japanese women are starting businesses
In the rapidly aging country, women are increasingly starting careers or launching their own businesses after child-rearing ends or their husbands retire.
 
A suspected bomb has been discovered near the Fukushima nuclear plant
A worker found it when digging up the ground in a car park about 1 km from the plant's damaged reactors.
 
These elderly singing coffin builders are the stars of a new documentary
The group of free-spirited Kiwis construct and paint their own low-cost coffins.
 
This is what the fallout of war with North Korea could look like
A targeted strike or even inadvertent escalation from the US could trigger retaliation, with potentially devastating consequences for South Korea.
 
Taiwan has 53,600 modern slaves — too many but far below India
More than 45 million people globally are living in modern slavery, and Asia has two-thirds of the victims.
 
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