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Pakistan has arrested 97 al-Qaida and Lashkar-e-Jhangvi militants in the southern port city of Karachi, and foiled a planned attack that would have broken Daniel Pearl's killer out of jail.
The Diamondblacks have stormed past the Philippines at their World Championship qualifier in Sydney.
Saudi Arabia, which is leading air strikes against rebels in neighbouring Yemen, has warned the United Nations and international aid groups to protect staff by removing them from areas held by Yemen's Houthi rebels.
Dozens of people in Hong Kong have been charged with taking part in a riot after a dispute between vendors and police on the first day of the Lunar New Year holiday turned violent.
Dozens of South Korean trucks have returned across the North Korean border, laden with equipment and goods from the Kaesong Industrial Complex.
North Korea has reportedly executed its army chief of staff, Ri Yong Gil, which, if true, would be the latest in a series of executions under its young leader.
A wild elephant has gone on a rampage in a village in India's eastern West Bengal state, damaging around 100 structures, villagers say.
Scientists in Asia are racing to put together detection kits for the Zika virus, as China confirms its first case, but researchers lack a live sample of the virus.
Japan says it is imposing sanctions on North Korea after a satellite launch seen by Washington and its allies, as cover for development of ballistic missile technology that could be used to deliver a nuclear weapon.
South Korea says it will suspend operations at a factory park just north of the inter-Korean border, run jointly with North Korea, following the North's long-range rocket launch.
New Zealand troops are set to become the third head of a large-scale "twin dragons" training exercise with American and Republic of Korea soldiers in South Korea.
A satellite launched by North Korea at the weekend has now stabilised in its orbit around the Earth in a step forward from a previous launch in 2012, a US official says.
China has confirmed its first case of imported Zika virus, the country's state news agency Xinhua has reported.
Police in a south Indian city have broken up an international child trafficking racket and arrested 16 gang members suspected of sending children to the United States.
A Taiwan court has ruled that the developer of a building that collapsed during an earthquake at the weekend, killing at least 39 people, be held in custody.
The largest multilateral military exercise in the Asia-Pacific has kicked off in Thailand, with the US maintaining a scaled-down presence over a 2014 coup in Bangkok and calling for a swift return to democracy.
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