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The man is believed to have staged fake medical studies to lure his victims

'Fake doctor' drugged and raped over 100 women during sham medical studies in Japan

He posted footage of the attacks online and sold it as porn

China to ban online pseudonyms and parody accounts, as it forces internet users to give their real names

Experts say the ruling will crack down on internet activism

The driver can be seen climbing out of the vehicle here

TransAsia GE235 crash: Images show taxi driver hit by aircraft walking away from vehicle

His windscreen shattered and the side of his car was crushed by the impact of the aircraft

Rescue personnel work to free passengers from a TransAsia ATR 72-600 turboprop plane that crash-landed into a river outside Taiwan's capital Taipei

Taiwan plane crash: Who are TransAsia Airways – and what is their safety record?

At least 12 people have died after a TransAsia plane clipped a bridge and crashed into a river near the Taiwanese capital, Taipei

Taiwan TransAsia flight GE235 crash: Amazing video shows toddler rescued from wreckage

The child appears unhurt as it is taken to the shore

TransAsia flight 235 crash: 'Last communication' from pilot 'Mayday Mayday engine flameout'

The flight was carrying 58 people when it crashed into the Keelung River

Taiwan plane crash: Video footage shows TransAsia flight 235 banking sharply left before clipping bridge and crashing into river

At least 26 people have been killed in the incident, which took place shortly after takeoff

The mangled fuselage of a TransAsia Airways commercial plane is dragged to the river bank after it crashed in Taipei, Taiwan

TransAsia crash live: At least 23 killed as flight GE235 hits taxi and plummets into river

The domestic flight had 58 people on board when it crashed near Taipei   

Kim Jong-un claims struggle of North Koreans in poverty keeps him up at night

Millions of North Koreans suffer from malnutrition

Napalm Death's Barney Greenway urges metal fan President Widodo to show mercy to British death row grandmother Lindsay Sandiford

Grindcore frontman pens an open letter to the Indonesian President for the humane treatment of the woman arrested on drugs charges

Guo Dongya’s ordeal was captured on CCTV in China’s eastern city of Heze

Chinese man survives after being dragged 200m by irate taxi driver

Guo Dongya said he was terrified during the ordeal

An Indonesian diver and an official examine the wreckage from AirAsia flight QZ8501 after it was lifted into the Crest Onyx ship at sea

AirAsia flight QZ8501: 'No evidence' yet to suggest pilot left seat before crash

Investigators also say they have not found evidence power to an automated control system was shut off

Cho Hyun-ah makes her humble apology yesterday ahead of questioning by transport officials

'Nut rage' former executive for Korean Air should get three years in prison, say prosecutors

Cho Hyun-ah apologised for her angry outburst and resigned from all her positions

Fijian flags being waved during a rugby tournament

Fiji removing Union Jack from its flag to get rid of 'outdated' British colonial symbols

'What have the British Lion and the Cross of St George got to do with us?', the Prime Minister asked

Manu, who works in event management, lost his hands when he was thrown out of a moving train after attempting to defend a female passenger who was being hassled

Man who lost both hands after defending woman on a train is first to receive double transplant in India

Manu, 30, said he was 'delighted' with his new hands after being given the clear 14 days after the 16 hour surgery

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