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N Korea seeks joint probe over Sony hacking
Pyongyang warns of "serious" consequences if US does not cooperate after FBI accused it of hacking into Sony Pictures.
Woman detained on suspicion of murder after seven of her children and a niece are found killed in a house in Cairns.
UNAIDS to join Health Ministry to conduct full epidemiological investigation in affected community in Battambang.
Clinic ordered to compensate man who sued it for administering electric shocks intended to make him heterosexual.
Constitutional Court bans left-wing UPP party and strips its five members of parliament of their seats.
UNGA also urges Security Council to consider sanctions against Pyongyang over alleged crimes against humanity.
Ding Shumiao said to have taken $322m to set up 57 rail projects for senior official jailed for corruption.
Anti-Islamaphobia campaign trends globally in solidarity with Muslims after cafe standoff raised fears of reprisal.
Ruling coalition keeps two-thirds majority in vote dubbed referendum on prime minister's strategy for reviving economy.
At least 32 people dead and more than 80 people missing after disaster in Central Java blamed on torrential rains.
Wife of Thailand's crown prince relinquishes royal title after members of her family were detained over corruption.
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