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A tourist walks across Anjuna beach in Goa

Indian politician who said bikinis invite sexual assault makes second call for the swim wear to be banned in Goa

Sudin Dhavalikar sparked a national outrage, which saw opposition leaders post him clothing

Hong Kong business tycoon Albert Yeung Sau-shing is suing google after typing his name into the popular search engine, only for the auto complete function to suggest the word 'triad' in association with his name

Hong Kong tycoon sues Google for libel over ‘triad’ search result

When Albert Yeung Sau-shing entered his name into the search engine, its auto complete algorithm suggested the term associated with organised crime

Photographs of dead prisoners in Tuol Sleng prison

Khmer Rouge leaders found guilty: Rough justice draws a line of sorts under Cambodia’s dark age

Life sentences for two elderly Khmer Rouge leaders represent a kind of closure, four decades on, for the horrors of the ‘killing fields’. But, asks Andrew Buncombe, is it enough?

An Uighur woman looks out the window as she rides in a new bus on August 1, 2014 in old Kashgar, Xinjiang Province, China

Chinese city bans people with Islamic clothing and ‘big beards’ from using buses

The measures in Xinjiang province come after hundreds of deaths due to ongoing unrest, which Chinese officials blame on Muslim separatists

Neil Dalton and Aidan Brunger, both 22, were fourth-year medical students at Newcastle University

Borneo stabbings: Four suspects 'confess' to killing Newcastle University students Neil Dalton and Aidan Brunger

Police say 'the crime is solved' as tributes paid to pair in UK

Hong Kong at night from Victoria Peak on Hong Kong Island

World’s most expensive home (per square foot) goes on sale in Hong Kong

The penthouse of the Twelve Peaks development is tiny by luxury home standards – but priced at more than £60m

Nuon Chea, who was the Khmer Rouge's chief ideologist and No. 2 leader, sits in the courtroom of a U.N.-backed war crimes tribunal in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Three and a half decades after the genocidal rule of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge ended, the U.N.-backed tribunal sentenced Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan, two top leaders of the former regime, to life in prison for crimes against humanity during the country's 1970s terror period that left close to 2 million people dead.

Khmer Rouge leaders found guilty: Almost four decades after their murderous reign Cambodia sentences heads of regime to life in prison

A UN-backed war crimes tribunal today announced the historic verdicts

A passenger flight in India was reportedly grounded when members of staff spotted rodents running around the cabin.

Air India flight grounded after 'scores of rats' discovered on plane

The flight had to be taken out of service and fumigated

Neil Dalton and Aidan Brunger, both 22, were fourth-year medical students at Newcastle University

Malaysia murders: Men could face death penalty after two UK students are murdered in Borneo

Arrests made over fatal attack following disagreement with locals in bar

Neil Dalton and Aidan Brunger, both 22, were fourth-year medical students at Newcastle University

Borneo stabbing: Newcastle University medical students Neil Dalton and Aidan Brunger killed in street on Malaysian island

The fourth-year students were on a six-week placement at a local hospital

City's skyline as a storm approaches in Hong Kong

Man 'cooked parents and packed them in lunchboxes'

The remains of Henry Chau Hoi-leung were found in lunchboxes with rice

Soldiers pay their respects in June on the anniversary of the start of the Korean War. Many South Korean recruits are struggling with conscript life

Suicides, mass killings and murders prompt counselling for South Korea's under-pressure soldiers

The South’s army is in crisis in the midst of threats from the North

Pattaramon Chanbua has been bringing up seven-month-old Gammy since he was born in December

Thailand surrogacy row: Mother wants to reunite twins after couple allegedly rejected baby who suffered from Down’s syndrome

Pattaramon Chanbua reacts after accusations that the father is a convicted sex offender

A NATO soldier opens fire in an apparent warning shot in the vicinity of journalists near the main gate of Camp Qargha, west of Kabul, Afghanistan

Afghanistan base shooting: US 'major general' killed and 15 soldiers wounded by insider attack

German brigadier-general also wounded in the attack by a 'terrorist in army uniform'

The tomb was discovered in Jiangsu province

Lavish tomb buried for 2,100 years with gold and treasure discovered in China

Liu Fei, ruler of Jiangdu Kingdom, was left with every comfort for the afterlife

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These Iranian-controlled Shia militias used to specialise in killing American soldiers. Now they are fighting Isis, backed up by US airstrikes

Widespread fear of Isis is producing strange bedfellows

Iranian-controlled Shia militias that used to kill American soldiers are now fighting Isis, helped by US airstrikes
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