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Tiny wasps deployed to kill crop-eating pests
Indonesia's cassava plantations are being killed by mealybugs, and thousands of wasps will be released to stop them.
Last updated: 30 Sep 2014 11:25 GMT
Vietnam accuses China of beating fishermen
Beijing told to severely punish those involved and offer compensation after alleged incident near Paracel islands.
Last updated: 10 Sep 2014 05:50 GMT
China ends drilling operation in disputed sea
Beijing says it will relocate rig having ended exploration in section of South China Sea disputed with Vietnam.
Last updated: 16 Jul 2014 03:39 GMT
Vietnamese fishermen left out to dry
The South China Sea dispute is hitting Vietnamese fishermen, who face harassment at sea from Chinese patrols.
Last updated: 03 Jul 2014 08:41 GMT
China to move another oil rig in disputed sea
The move comes after talks between China and Vietnam ended in a deadlock over another rig that sparked current standoff.
Last updated: 19 Jun 2014 14:00 GMT
Italy moves against corruption as mayor quits
Anti-corruption official given enhanced powers after Venice mayor resigns over graft scandal linked to flood barrier.
Last updated: 14 Jun 2014 00:09 GMT
The return of the left in Europe?
The rise of the far right in Europe is undeniable, but is the left really dead?
Last updated: 31 May 2014 15:33 GMT
ASEAN unity and the threat of Chinese expansion
Are China's expanding territorial claims in the South China Sea going to bring Southeast Asian countries together?
Richard Javad Heydarian
Last updated: 26 May 2014 07:47 GMT
Vietnam mulls legal action against China
Threat comes amid rising tensions between two countries over Chinese oil rig in South China Sea and anti-China riots.
Last updated: 22 May 2014 16:15 GMT
China ships in Vietnam to evacuate nationals
Two vessels with capacity to carry 1,000 passengers each arrive at port after workers are killed in anti-China riots.
Last updated: 19 May 2014 13:27 GMT
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