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Obituary: Liu Xiaobo

China's Nobel peace laureate, diagnosed with liver cancer while serving an 11-year sentence, died at the age of 65.

Liu Xiaobo, a Nobel peace laureate

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China's Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo dies: official

Liu was diagnosed with liver cancer in May while serving an 11-year sentence.

Chinese Peace Prize laureate Liu Xiaobo

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Liu Xiaobo: China resists demands for overseas care

Liu Xiaobo, who is serving a sentence over subversion, suffers from cancer and is being treated at a Shenyang hospital.

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Eiko Ishioka: Japan's 'rebel' artist and art director

Google honours trailblazing art director and graphic designer Eiko Ishioka who made it big in Hollywood.

Bram Stoker's Dracula

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Indonesia signs decree to ban 'extremist' groups

President Joko Widodo issues order giving the government power to disband groups 'threatening country's national unity'.

Mass rallies took place in Indonesia

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Philippines military: Death toll in Marawi tops 500

At least 380 of those killed are ISIL-linked fighters but civilian death toll is expected to increase, military says.

The military

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Nobel Laureate Liu Xiaobo in 'critical condition'

Shenyang doctors say the Chinese dissident is suffering from a severely swollen stomach and poor kidney function.

Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo

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Liu Xiaobo can be taken overseas, foreign medics say

Doctors say Liu Xiaobo wants to go to Germany or US for treatment and can be moved safely, but it needs to happen soon.

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Battulga to become new president after rival concedes

Khaltmaa Battulga won more than 50 percent of the votes in a scandal-ridden presidential run-off campaign.

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Khaltmaa Battulga leading in Mongolia presidential poll

Opposition candidate Khaltmaa Battulga wins more than 50 percent of votes, according to partial results.

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Liu Xiaobo's widow reappears in YouTube video

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Kian Loyd Delos Santos, 17, killed in drug crackdown

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North Korea 'fails' South's Moon after 100 days

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80 killed after escalation in Philippines war on drugs

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Thousands ill in Vietnam dengue outbreak

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Moon Jae-in: There will not be war on Korean Peninsula

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Liu Xia resurfaces for the first time since her husband Liu Xiaobo's funeral amid concerns about her fate.

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