16 November 2014
The BBC's Jon Donnison says that despite economic and environmental pledges, this year's G20 summit will be remembered best for the koalas.
Cricket Australia will hold an investigation into player safety following the death of Test batsman Phillip Hughes. BBC Sport
The capital of China's restive region of Xinjiang will recruit 3,000 carefully vetted former soldiers as guards.
Japan's biggest paper retracts use of the term "sex slaves" for women who worked in World War Two army brothels in a controversial move.
20 November 2014
Will hosting the World Internet Conference finally allow China to overcome its paranoia over the internet? The BBC's Carrie Gracie travels to Wuzhen to find out.
The rubbish collector left on the scrap heap as his city goes green
A dramatic week at Hong Kong's Mong Kok protest camp
The young Omani who became a prewar fusion music hit
Hindu worshippers flock to Nepal for controversial sacrifice festival
What might jittery Thai military do before 2016?
Why are Thais raising three fingers?
Taiwan's local elections have an international dimension
The sex workers who say their government encouraged them
Put your questions to the BBC's Jon Donnison in Sydney
Trail: Russell Brand explores British drugs policy and compares it to that of other countries
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