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31 Aug
Thai police say bomb-making materials have been found in a second apartment, and issue two new arrests warrants over the Erawan Shrine bombing.
31 Aug
Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak refuses to resign after mass protests against him at the weekend, and calls for national unity.
31 Aug
Australia's government says a deal under which Cambodia agreed to take in refugees in exchange for aid is on track, despite reports to the contrary.
31 Aug
Indigenous Australian football star Adam Goodes is subjected to booing once again, just weeks after his treatment sparked a debate about racism.
31 Aug
Chinese authorities punish 197 people for spreading rumours online about the recent stock market crash and fatal explosions in Tianjin.
31 Aug
Chinese shares are lower on fears of further market volatility and ahead of economic data expected to point to a further economic slowdown.
30 Aug
Thousands gather outside the Japanese parliament to protest against plans to allow the military to deploy overseas.
30 Aug
Gay right activists dance in the streets of Nepal's capital to press their demands for LGBT rights to be enshrined in the new constitution.
31 Aug
The International Chamber of Commerce rules that VW should sell its stake in Suzuki, ending a four-year dispute between over their failed partnership.
30 Aug
Police in Bangkok charge a man in connection with the bomb attack that killed 20 people in the Thai capital nearly two weeks ago.
31 Aug
An unusual show at New Zealand's fashion week - one showing off a new type of lingerie that can be used for incontinence.
31 Aug
Ragunan Zoo introduces a mobile phone app to navigate the park.
30 Aug
Thousands of people have protested outside of Japan's parliament against new legislation that would allow the military to deploy overseas.
31 Aug
Thousands of Malaysians have taken to Kuala Lumpur's streets for a second day to call on Prime Minister Najib Razak to quit over a financial scandal.
30 Aug
A man arrested in connection with a bomb attack in Bangkok that killed 20 people has been charged with the illegal possession of weapons.
28 Aug
Slowing growth in China has seen stock markets in turmoil and underlined the recent plunge in commodity prices - a key concern in many African economies.
28 Aug
Official figures show that India's economy is growing at an annual rate of more than 7%, the fastest of any major country.
28 Aug
South Korean and US military forces have conducted a joint live firing exercise to test their capabilities in the event of an attack from the north.
31 Aug
An Australian spear fisherman captures one of the world's most venomous fish and a deadly snake in the middle of a fight for life.
28 Aug
A mountain resort in Switzerland is launching special train services for Chinese tourists.
28 Aug
Pictures from the World Athletics Championship in Beijing as Jamaican runner Usain Bolt is knocked down by a cameraman riding a scooter.
27 Aug
China says 11 Tianjin government and port officials are suspected of negligence in connection with massive explosions which killed 139 people.
27 Aug
Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin, one of the country's best-known businessmen, says China needs to drop unrealistic official economic growth targets.
31 Aug
The murder of a Indian scholar and rationalist thinker has shocked India, and many believe it could have to do with Hindu caste politics, writes Soutik Biswas.
29 Aug
Shashi Tharoor on why India needs a new debate on affirmative action after last week's caste-related violence in Gujarat that claimed at least eight lives.
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