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# Asia

All time
Chinese middle classes hungry for Irish goods
It's election day in North Korea and people have one option: 'Yes'.
Two killed, hundreds of thousands flee homes as Java volcano erupts (pictures)
Where's Richard Bruton this week? Singapore apparently
Taliban capture US Military sniffer dog, insist he is 'alive and well'
This Japanese bra only opens when it senses 'true love'
Pictures: Millions of barefoot devotees take part in Manila 'Black Nazarene' procession
Chinese man in hospital with confirmed case of bird flu
Run Run Shaw, father of the kung fu film, dies aged 106
Myanmar's president pardons political offenders
Kenny jets to Japan for five day visit aimed at building closer economic ties
Concern CEO: We need to look beyond short-term aid in Philippines
The heartbreaking tale of the babies of Typhoon Haiyan
'That dive guide is now homeless. So is the waitress who made your mango shakes and chatted about her kids'
Seven days on, Philippines remains chaotic as death toll is disputed
US aircraft carrier steams in to Philippines as UN admits slow response
Cavani scores stunning free-kick as Uruguay all but seal World Cup spot
100 tonnes of Irish aid due to arrive in the Philippines
Gilmore: Irish people expect us to play our full part in Philippines relief effort
Typhoon death toll could reach 10,000 in one city alone
Dozens feared dead as plane crashes in Laos
139 arrested in China for 'spreading jihad'
Miss Philippines crowned Miss World amid Muslim anger
Major earthquake kills at least 39 in Pakistan
Flights cancelled and nuclear power plant on alert as typhoon hits China
Column: 'It is a crime to be born a woman in India'
Christie Louise Tucker
118 carat diamond to go on auction in October
Nearly a quarter of Asian Pacific men have raped a woman
18 things you know if you've been travelling
Spoon in underwear saving some British youths from forced marriage
Obama nominates Caroline Kennedy as US ambassador to Japan
Bus and truck collide on busy Thai highway, killing 19
China rape victim's mother wins damages over labour camp
North and South Korea hold rare talks after months of increasing tensions
Laser technology reveals ancient city under Cambodian earth
Turkey: Protester dies as car crashes into group of demonstrators
Turkish PM maintains hard stance as protests enter fourth day
Two-child limit for Muslims in parts of Burma
Clumsy crane operator knocks out electricity in a third of Vietnam
Victims demand apology from Japanese mayor over wartime sex slaves remark