Documentary on refugee crisis wins top prize at Berlin Film Festival
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Documentary on refugee crisis wins top prize at Berlin Film Festival

“Fire at Sea” – a documentary about Europe’s refugee crisis, has clinched the top prize,…

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India’s Jat protesters accept state government’s offer
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India’s Jat protesters accept state government’s offer

Protesters belonging to the Jat community in the Indian state of Haryana have accepted a…

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Chinese FM to visit US with Korean Peninsula issues high on agenda
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Chinese FM to visit US with Korean Peninsula issues high on agenda

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi will pay an official visit to the United States from…

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South Korea protests Japan’s ‘Takeshima Day’ events
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South Korea protests Japan’s ‘Takeshima Day’ events

South Korean civic groups have staged a protest in front of the Japanese embassy in…

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China’s machinery industry experiences slower growth
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China’s machinery industry experiences slower growth

China’s machinery sector continued to expand in 2015 but at a slower pace than the…

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European Chamber of Commerce in China says overcapacity could impede reforms
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European Chamber of Commerce in China says overcapacity could impede reforms

The European Chamber of Commerce in China released a new report on Monday in Beijing…

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Footage: People thrown to the ground by a reversing escalator
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Footage: People thrown to the ground by a reversing escalator

More than ten people were thrown to the ground after an escalator suddenly changed directions…

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Fijians begin clean-up work after massive cyclone
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Fijians begin clean-up work after massive cyclone

The South Pacific island nation of Fiji has begun a massive clean-up operation after one…

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Assignment Asia Episode 29: Traditions
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Assignment Asia Episode 29: Traditions

This week on the show, we look into some traditions in Asia that have endured…

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At least 12 killed in India protests, army retakes water supply in New Delhi
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At least 12 killed in India protests, army retakes water supply in New Delhi

At least 12 have been killed in protests across the northern Indian state of Haryana…

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