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Typhoon Maria wreaks havoc along China's east coast

Damaging winds and flooding rains graze northern Taiwan en route to China's Fujian Province.

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Japan's PM Abe visits flood-hit areas as death toll hits 176

At least 20,000 remain stranded, while 225,000 households remain without water after deadly mudslides.

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Myanmar opens peace conference with ethnic rebels

The event seeks to reach a lasting peace after seven decades of strained relations and armed conflict.

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Thailand cave rescue: Boys lost 2kg but are in 'good condition'

Boys and their coach who were saved from cave in northern Thailand lost 2kg on average, but are doing well.

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Liu Xia, wife of late China dissident, arrives in Berlin

The Chinese poet landed in the German capital after Beijing allowed her to seek medical treatment abroad.

Liu Xia, wife of late China dissident

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Thai cave rescue ends after last four boys and coach are saved

Final members of Thai football team trapped inside a flooded cave are saved, ending a dramatic rescue operation.

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Saudi, UAE executives face probe over Malaysia's 1MDB scandal

Swiss Attorney General Michael Lauber says up to $7bn in funds flowed through 1MDB state-own fund in Malaysia.

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Taiwan shuts schools, cancels flights as Typhoon Maria approaches

Maria will likely hit the north of Taiwan the hardest with downpours up to 500 mm forecast in some areas.

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Liu Xia, wife of late China dissident, left for Berlin: Report

The Chinese poet had been under house arrest since her husband was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2010.

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Japan's PM Abe cancels overseas trip after floods kill 114

Flooding and landslides caused by record rains are believed to have killed more than 100 people, with scores missing.

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