16 November 2014
The BBC's Jon Donnison says that despite economic and environmental pledges, this year's G20 summit will be remembered best for the koalas.
US troops in Afghanistan will have a broader role than initially planned next year, as their combat mission draws to a close, US officials say.
Japan's PM Shinzo Abe dissolves parliament paving the way for a snap election in December, as local media polls show a low level of support.
One of the most senior figures in the Sri Lankan government announces that he is to stand against President Mahinda Rajapaksa in presidential elections.
Pakistan off-spinner Mohammad Hafeez will fly to England for tests after being reported for a suspect bowling action.
20 November 2014
Will hosting the World Internet Conference finally allow China to overcome its paranoia over the internet? The BBC's Carrie Gracie travels to Wuzhen to find out.
What did journalist Gao Yu do to anger Party leaders?
The small dreams of a Delhi 'honour killing' victim
The dangerous beauty of the Himalayas
Parents who refuse to vaccinate their children against polio
A corner of Jerusalem that has been Indian since the Crusades
Myanmar drops proportional representation
The old tradition breathing fresh life into Australian farming
Inside sprawling home of Indian 'godman'
The three-year-old girl raped and left for dead
The city where a police officer is killed every day
But can Beijing conquer its paranoia over the internet?
How Thai leader's hand came to caress a journalist's head
Tatler editor Kate Reardon is tasked to create an unusual royal feature
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