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Nations blast S Korea 'scientific' whaling
Conservationist nations and environmental groups denounce Seoul's move to resume hunting whales under research loophole.
Last updated: 05 Jul 2012 08:29 GMT
Defiant South Korea vows 'scientific' whaling
Seoul follows Tokyo's lead by exploiting loophole that allows whaling for scientific purposes.
Last updated: 05 Jul 2012 03:22 GMT
Bandwidth breakdown: Mobile rates could rise
The US has more wireless devices than people but without a large increase in bandwidth capacity, networks might crash.
Last updated: 14 Feb 2012 15:26 GMT
UN: Syria death toll tops 2,700
UN again calls for end to bloodshed as activists say nine people were shot dead by security forces on Monday.
Last updated: 19 Sep 2011 23:41 GMT
Gaddafi forces pound rebel-held city
Five killed in attack on Misurata as Libyan army calls on rebels in Benghazi to lay down arms.
Last updated: 16 Mar 2011 12:00 GMT
Key town 'falls' to Gaddafi forces
Gaddafi loyalists claim "total control" of last town on road to Benghazi as rebels' retreat continues.
Last updated: 15 Mar 2011 18:57 GMT
Battle for control rages in Libya
Gaddafi forces inch towards opposition stronghold of Benghazi while wrangle over UN decision on no-fly zone crawls.
Last updated: 15 Mar 2011 06:13 GMT
UN backs Cote d'Ivoire's Ouattara
General Assembly formally recognises Alassane Ouattara as president as West African bank blocks funds to Laurent Gbagbo.
Last updated: 24 Dec 2010 02:37 GMT
UN: 173 killed in Cote d'Ivoire
Human Rights Office says hundreds of others arrested after disputed November 28 presidential runoff poll.
Last updated: 23 Dec 2010 20:15 GMT
North Korea reshuffles officials
Promotions come ahead of major meeting in which leader Kim Jong-il expected to name youngest son as successor.
Last updated: 23 Sep 2010 09:18 GMT
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The photo controversy over indigenous people
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