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Agency that led MH370 search ‘not right’

key manager involved in the investigation for the missing Malaysian Airlines plane has blasted the lead Australian agency that carried out the operation.

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North Korea claims to test nuclear-capable drone, warns US of ‘catastrophic consequences’

Pyongyang called the exercises “an act of seriously threatening the security” of North Korea that further destabilized the situation in the region, according to state media.

China’s population decline accelerates towards crisis amid terrible new economic figures

China is facing a major crisis on several fronts as troubling new population and economic figures were released today.

N. Korea abolishes agencies working for reunification with South Korea

North Korea is formally abolishing a handful of key government agencies charged with promoting cooperation and reunification with the South, state media reported Tuesday.

Taiwan Elects US-Friendly President, Defying China Warnings

Beijing said the election result won’t change Taiwan’s status

Defying China, Taiwan elects William Lai Ching-te as president

It will have to cope with China’s anger

Woman arrested following stabbing spree in Tokyo – media

At least four people were reportedly left injured after knife attack at a train station in Tokyo

South Korean opposition leader stabbed, rushed to hospital

Lee Jae-myung was attacked during a press conference in Busan.

5 missing after planes collide on runway at Japan's Haneda airport

Japan coast guard plane collides with Japan Airlines passenger plane

Japan Airlines plane bursts into flames at Tokyo airport with 379 people on board, all escape

Flight JL516 had been travelling to Haneda Airport from Chitose, Hokkaido.

‘Race against time’: Grim warning for Japan ​

One day after Japan was hit by a devastating 7.5 magnitude earthquake on New Year’s Day, officials have issued a dire new warning.

Japan tsunami warning downgraded after series of 21 strong earthquakes

Tsunami waves over a metre high hit Japan on Monday after a huge earthquake that damaged homes, set off a major fire, closed highways and prompted authorities to urge people to run to higher ground.

North Korea to launch 3 more spy satellites, Kim Jong Un says

Kim also ordered authorities to press ahead with work to manufacture more nuclear weapons.

​Nation on the brink: Secret war unfolding ​

The United Nations has warned that one country is in dire need of humanitarian help, with a third of the population in trouble.

Xi sends warning over Taiwan

The Chinese leader vowed “complete reunification” ahead of elections on the island

Forest City: Inside Malaysia's Chinese-built 'ghost city'

"I managed to escape this place," Nazmi Hanafiah laughs, slightly nervously.

North Korea defends satellite launch at UN as Kim studies images of White House

North Korea's ambassador made a rare appearance at the UN Security Council on Monday to defend his country's launch of a spy satellite, as leader Kim Jong Un studied images including of the White House and Pentagon.

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