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Pakistani politician Zahra Shahid Hussain, a senior member of Imran Khan's Movement for Justice party, has been shot dead in the city of Karachi.
Deadly storms are sweeping across southern China, killing more than 50 people and leaving 14 missing
A 25-year-old Saudi woman makes history by reaching the summit of the world's highest mountain.
North Korea has fired three short-range missiles as part of an apparent routine test-launch, South Korea says.
Opening batsman David Warner is asked by Cricket Australia to explain why abusive messages to journalists are on his Twitter account.
The Afghan parliament interrupts debate on a law to prevent violence against women, with conservatives calling for it to be scrapped.
Flooding and landslides across nine southern Chinese provinces leave more than 50 people dead and 14 missing, officials say.
Why Afghans are wary of Pakistan's PM-elect
Legendary Indian batsman and Rajasthan Royals captain Rahul Dravid speaks of his anguish after three players from the team were arrested over allegations of spot-fixing.
A Chinese man in Pakistani-administered Kashmir is taken into protective custody after he was accused of desecrating the Koran, officials say.
A car bomb attack has killed at least nine people at an elite complex in the southern Afghan city of Kandahar, officials say.
Farmers in Japan's key tea-growing region are hoping to turn their fortunes around following the Fukushima nuclear disaster two years ago.
For several years in China it has been difficult to establish which is more dominant - the forces of censorship or freedom of expression.
China's activists see tighter web controls under new government
Burma's President Thein Sein heads to the US to meet President Obama - in the first US state visit by Burmese leader since 1966.
A senior Chinese official says "uncivilised behaviour" by some Chinese tourists is damaging the country's image abroad.
Explosions near two mosques in a village in the Malakand region of north-west Pakistan leave at least 13 people dead.
The British explorer, Daniel Hughes, is climbing Mount Everest in an attempt to raise money for charity.
There has been relief after a tropical storm weakened as it moved into Bangladesh and Burma, reducing the destruction caused.
Media in India reflect on the anger over the arrest of three cricketers in connection with spot-fixing allegations in the IPL.
Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt is allowed to take a mattress, pillow, fan, and toiletries as he goes to jail over firearms offences linked to deadly blasts in Mumbai in 1993.
A Hong Kong taxi driver prosecuted for overcharging a passenger by HK$0.5 (Â£0.04; $0.06) has the case against him thrown out.
The BBC's Bilal Sarwary in Kabul says that the recruitment of a cartoon lion character to convey the importance of cleanliness and greenery has proved a roaring success.
China's Sina sees losses narrow as revenues rise.
A documentary about the Dalai Lama, the Taiwan-Philippines row and anti-pollution protests are key themes in today's reports.
Can Singapore's street food stand the test of time?