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China market plunge sparks sell-off
A plunge in Chinese stocks linked to regulator investigations and sinking industrial profits has dragged Asian markets down.

Boat turnback tests Jakarta relations
Operation Sovereign Borders continues to test Jakarta's patience, with another asylum boat turned back without notice to Indonesia.

IS claims Bangladesh mosque attack
Islamic State has claimed responsibility after attackers entered a mosque about 125km north of Dhaka and opened fire on worshippers before fleeing.

LG Display plans $US9b OLED plant
LG Display, the world's largest LCD producer, plans to build a $US9 billion OLED plant to tap the growing market for the ultra high-definition technology.

Campaigners hope others follow Nestle
Campaigners against slavery in the seafood industry hope other companies will follow Nestle's lead and admit using slave labour to produce products.

One dead in attack on Bangladesh mosque
A person has been killed in a shooting at a Bangladesh mosque as fears grow about a rise in sectarian violence in the majority Muslim country.

Closing borders not answer to IS fight: UN
The UN's refugee chief has urged Europe not to close its borders to Muslim refugees, arguing that it would hand a propaganda victory to Islamic State.

AirAsia swings to Q3 loss
AirAsia has reported a net third-quarter loss of 405.72 million ringgit, blaming foreign exchange losses and a drop in revenue at its Indonesian branch.

Koreas return to diplomacy
Negotiators from North and South Korea have met to plan a future high-level government meeting, in a sign that bilateral ties are improving.

Philippine forces kill 8 'IS sympathisers'
Eight suspected Islamic State sympathisers have been killed in a dawn clash with Philippine military forces.

Miss World Canada denied China entry
Canada's Miss World contestant, a follower of the Falun Gong meditation practice, says she has been barred from entering China for this year's pageant.

China energy firms up, Shanghai, HK slip
Asian markets have rallied but Hong Kong and Shanghai both closed slightly lower.

South Korea fines VW $A16.9m
South Korea's environment ministry has fined Volkswagen $A16.97m after an investigation into the emissions from VW's diesel cars.

Aust to attend Jakarta refugee talks
An Australian representative will attend regional talks on asylum seekers in Jakarta, where tensions persist over Operation Sovereign Borders.

Prof jailed over student eating faeces
A South Korean university professor has been jailed for forcing a student to eat human faeces and drink urine.

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