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  1. China's 'peaceful' rise

    Beijing has long maintained its rise to power will be "peaceful" despite its soaring economic and military growth being seen as a "threat".

  2. 'Not guilty'

    The Australian charged over the Christchurch mosque killings has pleaded not guilty to 51 charges of murder.

  3. Bad poll fever

    The US decides on its next president in 16 months, and the country's already got a bad case of poll fever, writes Zoe Daniel.

  4. Saturn's rings up close

    Saturn's rings are a complex mix of stripes, speckled textures and other odd features that appear to be sculpted by the planet's moons.

  5. Coal divestment

    Norway's parliament has approved tighter investment rules that could see it ditch its stakes in mining giants Glencore and BHP.

  6. Hong Kong's reckoning

    Protesters' youthful optimism has given way to a clear-eyed understanding of what they're up against, writes Bill Birtles.

  7. Self-harm crisis

    Australia's election results have driven some men on Manus Island to despair. PNG officials are demanding Canberra take action.

  8. Pot 2,500 years ago

    Our ancestors smoked cannabis to get high 2,500 years ago, according to evidence unearthed at a burial site in China.

  9. Malaysia sex scandal

    A video appearing to show a cabinet minister having sex with another man has been circulated widely online.

  10. Climate change frontlines

    Some 970 million people — including more than 2.4 million Australians — live in areas with high exposure to climate hazards.

  11. Venezuelans are starving

    Venezuelan cash is so worthless it has more value woven into a bag. This is Venezuela's hidden humanitarian crisis.

  12. Lebanon targets refugees

    Refugees who fled the Syrian war are being forced to demolish their homes as Lebanon's Government pushes for resettlement in Europe.

  13. Samoa bans Rocketman

    Samoa bans Elton John biopic Rocketman at the country's only cinema due to "homosexual content", causing an outcry.

  14. Foreigners in Hong Kong

    Controversial proposed changes to Hong Kong's extradition laws could threaten its status as an international business hub. So what could it mean for foreigners?

  1. Carrie Lam blasts protesters

    Government offices in the city shut down on Thursday, a day after protesters took to the streets demonstrating against changes to an extradition law that could see people sent to China for trial.

    Opponents say China's justice system is marked by torture and forced confessions, but Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam has said the courts would provide human rights safeguards in vetting case-by-case extraditions.

  1. North Korea killing sites

    A rights group says it has identified hundreds of public execution sites inside North Korea.

  2. China is a 'benevolent tyranny'

    Barnaby Joyce urges Australia to hold firm in the face of Chinese strength after three warships docked in Sydney.

  3. US couple dies in Fiji

    Fijian health officials say they still do not have any answers on why David and Michelle Paul died while holidaying.

  4. Japan responds to #KuToo

    High heels are "necessary and appropriate" in the workplace, Japan's Minister for Health and Labour says.

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