TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan and the Philippines reaffirmed their commitment to assuring the freedom of flight in international airspace, Philippines President Benigno Aquino said on Friday, as concerns mo...
New Delhi (AFP) - Afghan President Hamid Karzai was to hold talks with Indian leaders Friday, with Washington hoping that New Delhi can help persuade him to sign a deal allowing US troops to stay on post-2014.
Wellington (AFP) - New Zealand thrashed the hapless West Indies by an innings and 73 runs in the second Test which ended on the third day in Wellington on Friday.
Manila (AFP) - FIFA will give a special $1 million grant to help rebuild football facilities damaged in the Philippines' deadliest typhoon, the national football association said on Friday.
Sydney (AFP) - Australian communications minister Malcolm Turnbull on Friday said he believed there was "a reasonable prospect" of the country changing its laws to allow same-sex couples to marry.
The second day of Nelson Mandela's lying in state belonged to ordinary South Africans who paid their respects without the hoopla of VIPs and politicians.
(Reuters) - German banking regulator Bafin has demanded documents from Deutsche Bank
Nigella Lawson's ex-PA says she saw signs of cocaine use, including a packet in a loo, and banknotes and credit cards with white powder on them.
Despite legislation aimed at protecting mums and pregnant women against discrimination, many feel shoved aside in the workforce, a survey shows.
Prince Harry and the Walking with the Wounded expedition, including two Australians, are nearing the end of their gruelling 321.8km trek across Antarctica.
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