UNEP and Indonesia launch campaign to solve global issue of massive amounts of plastic ending up in oceans.
by Taylor Denny
by J Berkshire Miller
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Aids24 Feb 2017 12:15 GMT
In the absence of centres for Aids patients, Pastor Reji Thomas opened his home to orphaned boys infected with HIV.
Asia24 Feb 2017 10:30 GMT
Authorities revise cause of the blast at a market concluding it was an accident not an attack as first reported.
North Korea24 Feb 2017 08:16 GMT
With the February 13 killing of Kim Jong-nam, here is an overview of the Kim genealogy and its most important members.
Poverty & Development23 Feb 2017 07:49 GMT
Nearly two years on, the reconstruction of thousands of houses destroyed by the deadly quake remains stalled.
Business & Economy23 Feb 2017 07:36 GMT
The $46bn CPEC project connecting Xinjiang in China to Gwadar in Pakistan has raised concerns in India.
Asia23 Feb 2017 06:52 GMT
National Database and Registration Authority in Charsadda district fired upon: three gunmen involved.
Asia21 Feb 2017 17:41 GMT
Adoption agency accused of selling at least 17 children to foreign couples in eastern state and sending them abroad.
Asia21 Feb 2017 14:30 GMT
Move follows constitutional changes made after a tightly managed referendum last year that introduced vice presidency.
Weather21 Feb 2017 12:52 GMT
Many days of torrential rain have brought floods to Indonesia's capital, closing schools and causing travel disruption.
Media20 Feb 2017 16:05 GMT
Five arrested military intelligence officers are suspected of killing prominent anti-establishment newspaper editor.
Environment20 Feb 2017 08:04 GMT
China wants people to care for the environment, one person at a time.
Infographic19 Feb 2017 20:07 GMT
At least 112 people killed as armed groups launch fresh wave of attacks in one of the country's bloodiest weeks.
Infographic19 Feb 2017 20:04 GMT
Armed groups have often targeted Muslims at shrines who do not conform to their strict interpretation of Islam.
Politics19 Feb 2017 10:44 GMT
Trucks carrying perishable goods unable to cross over after Pakistan closed two crossings in the wake of terror attacks.
Inside Story18 Feb 2017 20:56 GMT
Pakistan is pointing the finger at its neighbour, Afghanistan, after one of the bloodiest weeks in recent memory.
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