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Apology from Hong Kong leader 'not enough'
Protesters are not satisfied with an apology from Hong Kong's leader over her handling of the extradition issue and are maintaining demands for her resignation.


Thousands call for Hong Kong leader to go
Thousands of protesters, mostly dressed in black are rallying in Hong Kong to demand the territory's leader to step down.


Indian election reveals role of money
Nearly 43 per cent of the newly elected MPs in India's lower house of Parliament are facing criminal charges, including rape, murder or attempted murder.


One year on,Thai cave rescue changed lives
A year after a group of boys and their football coach got trapped in a Thai cave for two weeks, their lives have changed forever and so has the cave.


India to impose tariffs on 28 US goods
India is poised to impose higher tariffs on dozens of US goods, including almonds and apples, after Washington withdrew key trade privileges.


Why HK's extradition bill fuelled protests
Changes to Hong Kong laws to allow extraditions to mainland China have been shelved indefinitely following the city's biggest street protests in three decades.


Hong Kong suspends extradition bill
After widespread anger and violent protests, Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam has delayed indefinitely a proposed law to allow extraditions to mainland China.


Main suspect in Sri Lanka attacks detained
The main suspect in the Easter Sunday suicide bombings that killed more than 250 in Sri Lanka has been arrested in the Middle East and deported to the country.


India to levy higher tariffs on US goods
India will impose higher tariffs on some US goods although the US has warned that any retaliatory tariffs by India would not be "appropriate" under WTO rules.


Southern China bridge collapses into river
Two people are missing after a 120-metre section of a bridge in southern China's Guangdong province collapsed and fell into a river.


At least 18 killed across Afghan provinces
At least 18 people are dead and 13 wounded after clashes in three provinces in Afghanistan as the country's long-running conflict goes on.


Cyclone Vayu veers away from Indian coast
India's weather bureau says Cyclone Vayu, the season's second major storm, has jogged west, skirting the coast of the western state of Gujarat.


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