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The latest stories from the Asia section of the BBC News web site.
28 Nov
Cricket Australia will hold an investigation into player safety following the death of Test batsman Phillip Hughes.
28 Nov
A huge clean-up is under way in Brisbane after a severe storm swept across south-east Queensland causing damage worth $A100m (£54m).
28 Nov
Tourists from US, Australia, Brazil, Germany and Japan can now get visas on arrival in India after the country extended its limited scheme.
28 Nov
A New Zealand man serving a life sentence for child molestation and murder who escaped to Brazil has been deported to his home country.
28 Nov
A suicide bomber strikes a UK embassy vehicle in the Afghan capital Kabul, with a British worker and an Afghan staff member among those killed.
28 Nov
Japan's Nikkei closes at its highest level for two weeks, with exporters boosted by a weaker yen and airline shares helped by falling oil prices.
28 Nov
At least 10 people are killed in a gun battle between Indian troops and suspected Pakistani militants in the disputed territory of Kashmir.
28 Nov
Rights groups criticise Thailand over the death sentences given to five suspected separatist militants for killing soldiers in 2012.
27 Nov
Malaysian PM Najib Razak goes back on a pledge to repeal a controversial sedition law, saying it will instead be strengthened.
27 Nov
The younger sister of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un is referred to as a senior official for the first time by state media.
27 Nov
A Japanese reporter denies defaming South Korean President Park Geun-hye, at the start of a trial criticised by Japan and local journalists.
27 Nov
Thailand's finance minister tells the BBC that elections to end military rule might now not take place until 2016.
28 Nov
A Siberian tiger, released into the wild by Russian President Vladimir Putin, has apparently been killing animals on a Chinese farm.
28 Nov
Workers kill the owner of a tea plantation in north-eastern India in a dispute over pay.
28 Nov
Taiwan will hold elections for wide range of political posts, including city mayors and county magistrates.
28 Nov
A powerful storm cut power to tens of thousands of homes and businesses in Brisbane, Australia, bringing "golf ball-sized" hailstones with it.
27 Nov
Authorities in Balochistan, Pakistan, have suspended a campaign against polio after four workers were shot dead by unidentified gunmen in the city of Quetta.
26 Nov
The removal of the Mong Kok activist camp by the authorities means protests in Hong Kong continue in just two sites.
25 Nov
India's governing party BJP looks to gain support for the first time in elections as Kashmiris head to the polls in Indian-administered Kashmir.
28 Nov
Spotlight on the government's decision to bring the "toughest environment protection law" from next year to curb pollution.
28 Nov
Concerns in cricket following Phillip Hughes's death.
28 Nov
A 55-tonne crane lifting a boat in an Auckland suburb topples over and crashes into a house, report local media
27 Nov
Why is anti-corruption leader Arvind Kejriwal trending on Twitter?
27 Nov
Moeen Ali makes his maiden century but England lose to Sri Lanka by 25 runs in the opening one-day international in Colombo.
26 Nov
Batsmen can never be guaranteed of total safety, the Professional Cricketers' Association chief executive says.
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