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September 30th, 2014
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Archive: News / World / Asia (10 Stories)

Japan PM seeks overseas help on Fukushima leak

10/06/2013 12:22am
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Sunday that Japan is open to receiving overseas help to contain widening radioactive water leaks at the crippled nuclear plant in Fukushima, with leaks and mishaps reported almost daily.

3 West Papuans enter Australian consulate in Bali

10/06/2013 12:31am
Three activists from Indonesia's restive West Papua province breached security to enter the Australian consulate in Bali early Sunday, calling for world leaders attending an economic summit on the island to pressure the Indonesian government to release political prisoners.

Kerry: terrorists can run, but can't hide

10/06/2013 1:20am
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday that a pair of U.S. military raids against militants in north Africa sends the message that terrorists "can run but they can't hide."

Muslim victims say Myanmar police aided attackers

10/06/2013 2:42am
Even as the president came to western Myanmar to urge an end to sectarian violence last week, security forces could not prevent Buddhist mobs from torching the homes of minority Muslims or hacking them to death, at times, unwittingly, even encouraging them.

Pollution disrupts sports events, travel in China

10/06/2013 5:21am
Fog and pollution descended on northern China on Sunday, forcing international golf and tennis players to play in hazardous smog and leading to flight cancellations and road closures as millions of Chinese headed home from an extended national holiday.

Prince blames work pressure for brief Aussie visit

10/06/2013 6:06am
Britain's Prince Harry on Sunday blamed work pressures for the brevity of a two-day visit Down Under representing his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.

Kerry 'pleased' with Syria chemical disarmament

10/06/2013 9:26pm
Secretary of State John Kerry says the United States and Russia are "very pleased" with the progress made so far in destroying Syria's chemical weapons stocks.

Kerry: Capture of terror suspect in Libya legal

10/06/2013 9:52pm
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday defended the capture of a terrorism suspect by American forces in Libya, saying complaints about the operation from Libya and others are unfounded.

Kerry pleased with Syria chemical disarmament

10/06/2013 10:41pm
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday that the United States and Russia are "very pleased" with the progress made so far in destroying Syria's chemical weapons stocks. And, he offered some rare, if qualified, U.S. praise for Syrian President Bashar Assad.

Pressure mounts on Taiwan for China talks

10/06/2013 11:07pm
Pressure is mounting on Taiwan's weakened president to open political talks with Beijing after Chinese President Xi Jinping told a former senior Taiwanese official that the longstanding division between the sides should not be strung out indefinitely.
 
   
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