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'Hunt for missing MH370 will take months'
The hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 off Western Australia is progressing well, an Australian official says.
UK woman, 24, dies in Bangkok clinic
A young British woman has reportedly died in a Bangkok clinic during a cosmetic surgery procedure.
Sons mourn slain Aussie businessman
The Perth-based sons of Australian businessman Robert Ellis, found dead in Bali this week, have attended a commemoration service.
Aussie in labour forces emergency landing
An Australian woman has gone into labour aboard a Malaysian Airlines flight from Malaysia to Brisbane, forcing it to make an emergency stop in Bali.
Pilots' Indonesian air drama close to end
Two Australian pilots whose plane was intercepted by the Indonesian air force for airspace violations should be able to leave the country on Saturday.
Asia markets mixed after Wall Street gains
Asian stock markets were mixed after Wall Street gains driven by strong earnings reports, a weaker yen and negative Chinese data.
French journalists in Papua to be freed
Two French journalists on trial in Indonesia's restive Papua province have been handed short jail terms and will walk free next week.
Man crawls for 3 days after Malaysia crash
A man who broke his arm and leg and whose passenger was killed in a car crash in Malaysia crawled for three days to reach help.
S. Korea's Kia posts Q3 profit decline
Kia's third quarter car sales rose 13 per cent over the same quarter last year, but Kia said the increase was overshadowed of a strong won and weak yen.
Attacks leave 11 dead in Pakistan city
A series of attacks including a suicide bombing has killed at least 11 people in the southwestern Pakistani city of Quetta.
Secret maps shed light on Montara spill
Previously unseen aerial maps by a federal government agency show oil from the 2009 Montara oil disaster was almost lapping at Indonesian shores.
Google's Street View peeks into Bhutan
Google's Street View is offering the world a peek into Bhutan, one of the most isolated countries on earth.
Malaysian official to be extradited to NZ
A Malaysian military official accused of attempting to rape a woman in New Zealand will be extradited to Wellington to face trial.
Asian shares slip on profit-taking
Asian shares have slipped on profit-taking while a slight improvement in Chinese manufacturing activity failed to lift markets.
Aussie bitten by tiger at Thai animal park
An Australian man is in hospital in Thailand's Phuket island after a young tiger bit him on the arm and stomach after he petted it at an animal park.
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