Overworked housekeepers speak out in Hong Kong
Domestic workers in Hong Kong from the Philippines and Indonesia are fighting for better working hours, and have been taking their message to the parks and streets on their one day off a week.
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Victorious Abe pushes for reform
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Xi's Hong Kong visit
President Xi Jinping visited Hong Kong for the first time has China's leader, making the 20th anniversary of the territory's handover from Britain, as many in Hong Kong marked the event with protests and concerns for the future.
Joint drills with the USS Ronald Reagan
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North Korean soldier defects
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