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Tackle climate change before too late: UN chief

Over 1,000 participants gather in Abu Dhabi to chart new routes for reducing GHG emissions

Afghan landslide toll 2,000, site may become massive grave

The dead bodies are buried under at least 10 metres of mud and debris

Saudi Arabia holds its biggest military exercise

100,000 personnel from Saudi army, navy and air force participate; Pakistan's army chief also present

Trilateral meeting on MH370 in Canberra on Sunday

Malaysia, China and Australia will discuss the approach forward with regards to deployment of assets

Kashmir Pakistan's 'jugular vein': Pak army chief

General Sharif says that the issue must be resolved in line with UNSC resolutions

Thailand new general elections to be held July 20

It was not clear whether caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra will contest

Pakistan shuts off power to parliament, apex court

By afternoon, however, Sharif asked for power supply to be restored to the Supreme Court

Iraqis begin to vote in parliamentary elections

More than 9,000 candidates from nearly 280 political entities are vying for 328 seats

Pakistani journalists live under constant threats: Amnesty

Any sensitive story leaves them at risk of violence from one side or another, a report says

North Korea halts live-fire drill near border

No shell has landed in South Korean territorial waters, Seoul confirms

Australian plane catches fire mid-air, lands safely

The Cobham Aviation flight caught fire soon after taking off from Perth airport

Seven killed in Iraq polling centre suicide attack

The 2014 general elections are the first since the withdrawal of the US military forces from Iraq

Assad registers candidacy for Syria presidential election

The 2014 presidential polls inside the country will start June 3

Australian PM widens seabed search for MH370 debris

Under normal weather conditions, the new phase of search may take six to eight months

South Korean PM resigns over ferry tragedy

"Keeping my post too great a burden on the administration," Chung

Obama arrives in Malaysia on three-day visit

This is the first trip by a sitting US president since 1966

Underwater search for MH370 continues

Saturday marks the 50th day of the search operation for the missing Malaysian flight

South Korea ferry disaster: Toll rises to 187

115 people are still missing; the number of those rescued remaining unchanged at 174

North Korea will deepen its isolation with another n-test: Obama

An increase in activity has been detected in the Punggye-ri Nuclear Test Site

Australian plane lands in Bali, not hijacked

A man trying to enter the cockpit was drunk, says Indonesia's transport ministry


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