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Hong Kong packed with National Day protesters
Student leaders threaten to take over government buildings if autonomous region's leader does not resign by Thursday.
Reports that pigeons to be used in a ceremony for National Day were checked for "dangerous materials" provoke derision.
The plan stipulates Rohingya should register as Bengali, which implies they are illegal immigrants from Bangladesh.
The bodies of two dozen hikers remain on the volcano as toxic gases and ash force rescuers to call off search operation.
Protests expand in city's central financial district after overnight clashes with riot police who fired heavy tear gas.
Thirty hikers found in "cardiopulmonary" arrest near top of erupting Mount Ontake in central Japan.
President tells Al Jazeera he is against "one country, two systems" proposal after remarks by his Chinese counterpart.
Eruption of Mount Ontake, which sits on border of Nagano and Gifu, forces up to 150 people to seek refuge in shelters.
Four of group of 31 caught near top of erupting Mount Ontake pronounced dead, with fate of others due to be confirmed.
Region's government says violence after Sunday's explosions in western region left 40 "rioters" and six civilians dead.
New prime minister slams TV soaps and threatens he will write them himself if their scripts do not improve.
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