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MH370 families trapped, a year on
The families of the 239 people lost on Malaysia Airlines flight 370 are in an unbearable state of limbo, as they wait for answers that might never come.

Key facts about the MH370 flight
Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 was carrying 239 passengers when it disappeared without a trace a year ago.

A timeline of the hunt for MH3770
A timeline tracking the fruitless search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.

Malaysia Airlines readies for change
A year after Flight MH370's disappearance, Malaysia Airlines, barely alive, is set for major change as a new CEO starts and a third of the workforce goes.

Chan, Sukumaran executions may be delayed
Indonesia's president has said "no way" to a prisoner swap offer to save Australians Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan from the firing squad.

Aussie on child sex charges in Philippines
Philippines prosecutors are preparing to charge an Australian man with sexually assaulting children and murder.

N. Korea lauds attack on US envoy in Seoul
North Korea has praised the knife attack on the US ambassador to South Korea; Mark Lippert received 80 stitches to close the gash in his face.

Bid to save Bali pair could hit Aust firms
Australian businesses in Southeast Asia are wary of the negative fallout from Canberra's push to save Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran from execution.

HK, Shanghai down on gloomy China outlook
Hong Kong and Shanghai stocks have fallen as China gave a gloomy outlook for its economic in 2015.

Chan, Sukumaran housed in new cells
A human rights activist visiting another prisoner on Nusakambangan says Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran are housed in cells next to each other.

Singapore flogs, jails two German vandals
Two German men who vandalised a metro train in Singapore have been sentenced to nine months in jail and three strokes of the cane.

Nepal flights grounded for 2nd day
Nepal's international airport remains closed to all flights for a second day after a Turkish Airlines plane ran off the runway.

Nepal flights grounded for 2nd day
Nepal's international airport remains closed to all flights for a second day after a Turkish Airlines plane ran off the runway.

Standard Chartered net profit falls 37%
Standard Chartered, which is reshuffling its board, says net profit fell by 37 per cent to $US2.51 billion in 2014.

India bans broadcast of gang-rapist film
India has banned the broadcast of a documentary which features an interview with one of the rapists who fatally gang-raped a student in a moving bus.

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