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UN: 80 percent of global urban dwellers breathe bad air

Global air pollution is worsening, WHO says, with urban residents in poor countries the worst affected.

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Philippines: The contradictions of Rodrigo Duterte

Expected president's persona as a gun-loving, motorcycle-riding womaniser with a death squad is only part of the story.

Rodrigo 'Digong' Duterte

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Flooding triggers deadly landslides in southern China

Days of heavy rain, blamed on El Nino, bring disruption and devastation to several major cities.

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Philippines election: Rodrigo Duterte claims victory

Unofficial results show populist mayor Rodrigo Duterte headed for big win in presidential poll.

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Vietnam police break up protest over fish deaths

Protesters gather once again in Hanoi accusing Taiwanese company of causing mass fish deaths.

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Philippines election: Rodrigo Duterte tipped to win

Unofficial tally suggests Rodrigo Duterte takes strong early lead after campaign dominated by pledge to kill criminals.

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North Korea detains and expels BBC team

British broadcaster says correspondent covering ruling party congress was questioned for eight hours.

Rupert Wingfield-Hayes

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Kim Jong-un: North Korea is a responsible nuclear state

Kim Jong-un says his country will not use nuclear arms unless its sovereignty is infringed on by others.

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North Korea congress: Kim Jong-un hails nuclear tests

Kim says nuclear achievements show North Korea's endless power, in opening speech of first party congress in decades.

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North Korea holds first party congress in decades

Ruling Workers' Party is holding its first meeting in 36 years, as leader Kim Jong-un seeks to cement his absolute rule.

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