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At least nine people have been killed and 140 are missing.
Honduras got tired of waiting to get vaccines through a United Nations programme.
Twitter and Instagram have been banned as street protests continue in Myanmar.
OPINION: The UK has effectively offered Hong Kongers asylum - and that's important.
String of defections raises questions about ruling class' loyalty to the Kim dynasty.
Eleven of 22 workers trapped in China gold mine rescued after two weeks.
Demonstrations were held in scores of cities in temperatures as low as -50C.
Anchan Preelert's sentence was 87 years but the court halved it after she pleaded guilty.
North Korea's leader delivers a message to the US with huge military parade.
A ghostly landscape greets displaced villagers one year after Taal volcano erupted.
New York Times: Barely a year goes by without a major air accident in the Asian nation.
The Times: A year ago, everything seemed possible. Now activists "can't see any light".
Babies bring light to a dark year.
In December last year, market vendor Jiang Dafa started noticing people were falling ill.
New York Times: China's Covid shots are user-pays - and they require a leap of faith.
They have the world's largest navy. Now an expert says China is primed and ready for war.
Work grinds to a halt on Kim Jong-Un's vanity project - despite Donald Trump's backing.
In 2013, organisers said the Games would cost US$7.5b. It will cost a lot more.
The first locally-transmitted case of Covid-19 since April has been reported in Taiwan.
The new law has seen innocent people tortured and imprisoned, critics say.
Man sentenced to death for killing and dismembering nine people in his Tokyo apartment.
OPINION: Closer economic ties with China will bring benefits - but also risks.
Muskan Jahan, 22, was forcibly separated from her husband by a Hindu nationalist group.
With schools shut and parents losing jobs, families are putting their children to work.