31 October 2014
Fifty years after the publication of a book that offered a damning assessment of Australian society, the BBC's Jon Donnison asks whether much has changed.
Myanmar's president holds rare roundtable talks with the opposition, military and ethnic groups, as the US calls for "credible" elections next year.
Police in India say they have arrested three people who they suspect robbed a bank by digging a 125-foot (40-metre) tunnel straight into the vault.
Beijing police say people wearing Halloween-themed fancy-dress on the city's metro could face arrest, state media report.
Younus Khan hits a third successive hundred as Pakistan close day one of the final Test with Australia on 304-2.
24 October 2014
US interest, execution figures and exploited camels: The BBC's Carrie Gracie takes a look at what's been making headlines across China this week.
Photo booth captures Hong Kong's protest movement
Fifty years on, does bleak assessment still apply?
Will Chinese films be the next big blockbusters?
How a salon is helping acid attack victims start again
Australian town marks the Anzacs who left for war
Why Indian women risk motherhood in old age
Why owning a home may be out of reach
When honour is a toxic word
Why Chinese firms are changing their approach to succession
The epidemic of domestic violence that blights India
The second funniest person in the world is Pakistani
The aide who saw Indira Gandhi's assassination
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