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Japan's Shinzo Abe wins ruling party leadership vote

The ruling Liberal Democratic Party vote sets Abe on track to become Japan's longest-serving prime minister.

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North Korea's Kim agrees to 'dismantle' key missile test sites

At landmark summit, Kim Jong-un offers an array of moves towards ending nuclear programme - if the US reciprocates.

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Philippines rescuers dig for Mangkhut survivors with bare hands

Rescue teams sift through large landslide caused by typhoon despite fears there are no survivors among the buried.

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Thai cave diver sues Tesla's Elon Musk for defamation

Tesla CEO sued for defamation after calling British diver who helped rescue a Thai football team a pedophile on Twitter.

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South Korean leader in Pyongyang to reboot nuclear talks

President Moon Jae-in seeks to push for 'irreversible, permanent peace' and better dialogue between North Korea and US.

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Leaders of new Thai party charged over Facebook speech

Future Forward party founder Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit and two top members face hefty fines and jail if convicted.

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Philippines: Rescue efforts under way as Mangkhut toll rises

Dozens of gold miners feared buried in Benguet province landslide, as full extent of typhoon damage is revealed.

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Mangkhut kills four in China, causes destruction in Hong Kong

World's biggest storm of the year leaves a trail of destruction in Hong Kong, Macau and China's Guangdong province.

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Jovito 'The Butcher' Palparan sentenced for kidnapping students

Retired army general Jovito Palparan found guilty of disappearance of two female university students in 2006.

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Typhoon Mangkhut rips through Hong Kong, China, at least 66 dead

Hong Kong and southern China under maximum alert as biggest storm of the year kills dozens in the Philippines.

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