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The new head of Tokyo promised Wednesday to help mend Japan's strained ties with China through city-level diplomacy, saying he could help with Beijing's air pollution and demographic challenges from its one-child policy.
 

A manager of a Singapore-based company accused of bilking the U.S. Navy out of millions of dollars pleaded guilty Tuesday in the case.
 

India's defense ministry said Tuesday a controversial report about the country's defeat by China in a brief, bloody 1962 border war would remain classified due to its “sensitive” nature.
 

U.S. first lady Michelle Obama will look to dispel growing mistrust between the United States and China through a weeklong tour of the Asian power focused deliberately on soft issues, officials said Monday.
 

Vietnam's president on Tuesday warned against the use of force in territorial disputes as his nation and its neighbors lock horns with an increasingly assertive China over competing claims in the South China Sea.
 

India and China held their third round of the strategic economic dialogue in Beijing today focusing on collaboration in a number of areas, including railways and information technology.
 

The last words from a Malaysian passenger jet missing for 10 days were spoken by the co-pilot, the airline said Monday, providing a new glimpse into the crucial period when the plane was deliberately diverted.
 

The diplomatic protests that the Philippines has filed against China, despite being flatly rejected, can still be used as documentary evidence in the arbitration case before the United Nations (U.N.) court, an international law expert said.
 

A Malaysian investigation into the missing flight 370 has concluded that one or more people with flying experience switched off communications devices and deliberately steered the airliner off-course, a Malaysian government official involved in the investigation said Saturday.
Malaysian official says missing plane hijacked

 

The Philippines on Friday rejected a Chinese demand that it remove a grounded navy ship from a disputed shoal in the South China Sea, saying the vessel is a permanent government outpost.
 
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