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  • Taekwondo opens door to inter-Korean cooperation

    South Korea's new president has proposed that his country and North Korea form a unified team to compete in the 2018 Winter Olympics. Moon Jae-in says sport can help to ease tensions between the countries and open the path to peace.

    Taekwondo opens door to inter-Korean cooperation
    Taekwondo opens door to inter-Korean cooperation

    South Korea's new president has proposed that his country and North Korea form a unified team to compete in the 2018 Winter Olympics. Moon Jae-in says sport can help to ease tensions between the countries and open the path to peace.

    02:35Jun 25, 2017

  • Can the Philippine army recapture Marawi? – Inside Story

    The Philippine armed forces are still struggling to take control of the southern city of Marawi from ISIL linked fighters.

    Can the Philippine army recapture Marawi? – Inside Story
  • In Philippines' Marawi, Muslims celebrate 'gloomy' Eid

    Muslims in the southern Philippine city of Marawi are celebrating the Eid al-Fitr holiday in relief centres. The army has been battling ISIL-supporting gunmen for more than a month to regain control. Fighting has displaced around 300,000 people.

    In Philippines' Marawi, Muslims celebrate 'gloomy' Eid
  • Scores missing as search for China landslide survivors continues

    Emergency workers have recovered 10 bodies, a day after a landslide in China buried more than 60 homes. At least 93 people are still missing in Sichuan Province. The search for survivors is still going on, but hope is fading.

    Scores missing as search for China landslide survivors continues
  • Ex-communists pocket cash benefits in Thai amnesty deal

    The government of Thailand has distributed cash benefits to former members of the now defunct Communist party in the final stage of an amnesty deal.

    Ex-communists pocket cash benefits in Thai amnesty deal
  • Papua New Guinea: Corruption allegations highlighted in general elections

    Prime Minister Peter O’Neil says he believes he will be re-elected, but allegations of corruption, vote buying and poor handling of the economy have dogged him during the campaign.

    Papua New Guinea: Corruption allegations highlighted in general elections