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Thai coup leader hands over army post  (30 September 03:52 pm) 
Thailand\'s army chief and coup leader, General Prayuth Chan-ocha, hands over command of the army to a trusted ally. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
Australian police in security raids  (30 September 01:49 pm) 
Police in Australia raid homes in Melbourne as part of a security crackdown on suspected Islamist militants feared to be plotting attacks. Paul Chapman reports
Volcano victim search on hold  (30 September 12:21 pm) 
The search for more victims of the Japan volcano eruption is on hold for another day because of rising activity. Paul Chapman reports
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Former Brazil left back Andre Santos has signed a deal to take part in the inaugural Indian Super League (ISL) alongside ex-Arsenal midfielder Robert Pires at FC Goa.
South Korea ferry rescue drama  (30 September 10:48 am) 
More than 100 passengers and crew are rescued after a South Korean ferry runs aground. Paul Chapman reports
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama and new Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi vowed on Monday to expand and deepen their countries\' strategic partnership and make it a model for the
HK protesters fear new police push  (30 September 10:48 am) 
Thousands of pro-democracy protesters prepare for another day of demonstrations amid fears of a renewed police crackdown. Paul Chapman reports
A local Virginia television station reports that the suspect behind missing UVA student Hannah Graham has been linked to another student who disappeared in 2009. Vanessa Johnston reports.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters extended a blockade of Hong Kong streets on Tuesday, stockpiling supplies and erecting makeshift barricades ahead of what some fear
REUTERS - Prime Minister Narendra Modi told nearly a dozen U.S. company chiefs on Monday that he is committed to liberalizing his country\'s economy, which has underperformed other emerging markets
Iraq\'s Ministry of Defence says its forces have taken back 16 villages held by Islamic State militants in Diyala province. Vanessa Johnston reports.
Afghanistan\'s first new president in a decade, Ashraf Ghani, has been sworn-in to head a power-sharing government, just hours after a suicide bomber killed seven people near Kabul airport. Vanessa
Turkish tanks and armored vehicles have taken up positions overlooking the besieged Syrian border town of Kobani, as fighting across Syria intensifies. Jillian Kitchener reports.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters blocked Hong Kong streets in the early hours on Tuesday, maintaining pressure on China as it faces one of its biggest political
NEW YORK/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Documents released by the U.S. government show it views an executive order issued in 1981 as the basis of most of the National Security Agency\'s surveillance
U.S., Kurds strike at Islamic State in Syria  (30 September 12:15 am) 
BEIRUT/MURSITPINAR Turkey (Reuters) - U.S. warplanes attacked Islamic State targets in Syria overnight, in raids that a group monitoring the war said killed civilians as well as jihadist fighters.
NEW DELHI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Authorities in the Indian capital must enforce an order to regulate hundreds of employment agencies behind the trafficking, abuse and exploitation of children
Despite violent clashes with police over the weekend, Hong Kong democracy protesters are standing firm in the city\'s central business district, demanding full democracy independent of Beijing\'s
TORONTO (Reuters) - Even as BlackBerry pivots to focus more on software and services, the company that gained fame for its smartphones is not giving up on its handset business, two senior executives
Hikers near the summit of Japan\'s Mount Ontake filmed their own harrowing escape from Saturday\'s eruption, recording the tense minutes as volcanic debris rained down on the roof of their shelter. Rob
BEIRUT/MURSITPINAR Turkey (Reuters) - President Barack Obama has acknowledged that U.S. intelligence underestimated the rise of Islamic State fighters in Iraq and Syria, where the head of an al Qaeda
KABUL (Reuters) - Afghanistan inaugurated its first new president in a decade on Monday, swearing in technocrat Ashraf Ghani to head a power-sharing government just as the withdrawal of most foreign
INCHEON South Korea (Reuters) - Bahrain and Qatar struck more Asian Games athletics gold on Monday as their policy of cherry-picking top African talent continued to pay off, while North Korea stunned
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Prime Minister Narendra Modi has ordered government officers to work on Mahatma Gandhi\'s birthday, a national holiday, to clean ministries - including toilets - in a nationwide
VENICE (Reuters) - U.S. actor George Clooney and Lebanese-born human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin formalised their marriage in a civil ceremony in Venice on Monday, capping star-studded weekend