13:41 UK time, Tuesday, 14 February 2012
What do we know about the man in line to be China's next leader?
At least six people are killed and dozens injured in Afghanistan as protests spread over the burning of the Koran at a US airbase near Kabul.
China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs lodges an official complaint with Japan after a politician claimed the Nanjing Massacre of 1937-38 never occurred.
People across New Zealand hold memorial services to remember the 185 who died in the earthquake that devastated central Christchurch a year ago.
Kevin Rudd's gamble over Australia PM job
Christchurch resident on rebuilding and aftershocks
Is English or Mandarin the language of the future?
Displaced Afghan children dying of cold
China spends more on internal policing than on army
The rise of a new extremist alliance in Pakistan
Asia split on more rights for domestic workers
The world's best casino restaurants - from Las Vegas to Monte Carlo
The Afghan politician running for presidency in 2014, on why she expects to be killed
English has been the dominant global language but is it the future of communication in the Far East?
Sunita Thakur on how television is changing the face of religious practise and spirituality in India
As London Fashion Week gets underway, how much does fashion actually influence what we wear?
Celebrating 80 years of international broadcasting with BBC World Service
A series of programmes bringing the city of London to life in the run up to the Olympic Games
Acquitted Malaysian opposition politician Anwar Ibrahim tells of hopes for change in the country
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