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Three Turkish soldiers shot dead
Three Turkish soldiers have been shot dead in the restive Kurdish-majority southeast of the country, with the army blaming separatist terrorists.
Serena serves up tennis musical idea
Tennis star Serena Williams says she'd rather see her life story told in a fun Broadway musical than a serious film.
Myanmar army 'kills reporter in custody'
Aung Naing, who activists say was a reporter, has been gunned down, according to a Myanmar military statement.
Anti-North leaflets spark S Korea clashes
South Korean activists attempting to launch propaganda leaflets into the North have been attacked by egg-throwing residents of a border town.
Son of man killed in Bali can't meet mum
One of the sons of an Australian man killed in Bali has tried to visit his mother, who is accused of arranging the crime.
Afghan president visits Saudi Arabia
Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani is on a pilgrimage to Mecca, making Saudi Arabia his first overseas destination since taking office.
Baby born on Brisbane-bound plane dies
Doctors say the baby of an Australian woman who went into labour aboard a Malaysia Airlines flight did not survive.
Nepal bus crash kills 14, injures dozens
A packed bus heading home for a Hindu festival in Nepal has veered off a mountain highway, killing 14 people,
Pilots leave Indonesia after interception
Two Australian pilots have left Indonesia after a mid-air drama which saw their tiny plane intercepted by Indonesian fighter jets.
'Hunt for missing MH370 will take months'
The hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 off Western Australia is progressing well, an Australian official says.
UK woman, 24, dies in Bangkok clinic
A young British woman has reportedly died in a Bangkok clinic during a cosmetic surgery procedure.
Sons mourn slain Aussie businessman
The Perth-based sons of Australian businessman Robert Ellis, found dead in Bali this week, have attended a commemoration service.
Aussie in labour forces emergency landing
An Australian woman has gone into labour aboard a Malaysian Airlines flight from Malaysia to Brisbane, forcing it to make an emergency stop in Bali.
Pilots' Indonesian air drama close to end
Two Australian pilots whose plane was intercepted by the Indonesian air force for airspace violations should be able to leave the country on Saturday.
Asia markets mixed after Wall Street gains
Asian stock markets were mixed after Wall Street gains driven by strong earnings reports, a weaker yen and negative Chinese data.
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