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Universiade athletes are loving this Taiwanese treat
Roller sports athlete hauls in her third gold in two days
Princes William and Harry 'glad' to walk behind their mother's coffin
Maduro seeks Interpol arrest warrant for former attorney general
Chinese Taipei weightlifter Hung Wan-ting wins her first international gold
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AI set to keep a watchful eye out for terrorism at Tokyo Olympics
Advanced technologies that use artificial intelligence, or AI, are likely to be introduced to help detect terrorists as part of security for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.
These brave LGBT politicians in Japan are pushing for rights and awareness
With the 2020 Olympics looming and international pressure mounting, five openly LGBT politicians have team up.
Arrests have been made in Pakistan after a teen was raped — on a village council's orders
Unbelievable: The council ordered the rape to punish the victim's brother for allegedly raping another teenage girl from the same village.
In Australia, Cardinal George Pell's sex abuse case divides his hometown
The Vatican's top money man appeared in a Melbourne court in person Wednesday for his first hearing on multiple, historical sexual offence charges.
Vietnam has arrested another blogger for criticism over a Taiwanese plastic firm's devastating chemical spill
The arrest of the 51-year-old government critic comes as Vietnam appears to be cracking down against online dissent.
Jack Ma talks about retirement, anti-globalization, AI and China
Ma, founder and executive chairman of e-commerce giant Alibaba, talks about the anti-globalization trend, Chin's 'negative' image and his retirement plan.
A place to pray, and cosplay: this temple Japan opens up to anime and video game subculture
This temple is said to have been opened between 645 and 650 to pray for peace and security. But visit on a weekend and you might wonder where on earth you are.
North Korea threatens a nuclear strike 'at the heart of the US'
Pyongyang reportedly says nuclear attack would come if Washington attempts regime change.
The Philippine president is now under fire for threatening to bomb schools
Duterte said schools being run by an indigenous group were teaching subversion and communism.
Australia's Cardinal Pell, the Vatican's top banker, to plead not guilty to sex offence charges
He is facing historical sexual offence charges involving multiple complainants.
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