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Australia PM remembers bombing victims in Bali

Prime Minister Tony Abbott announces a scheme to compensate Australian victims of overseas terror attacks and their families as he lays a wreath at the site of the 2002 Bali bombings. Duration: 00:42 Oct 9, 2013
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Azerbaijan strongman set for crushing poll win

Azerbaijan votes in a presidential election that looks certain to see strongman president Ilham Aliyev seal a third term, with critics claiming a widespread crackdown on his foes ahead of the poll. Duration: 00:41  Oct 9, 2013
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Chemical watchdog urges truces so Syria can disarm

The world's chemical weapons watchdog calls for temporary truces to meet tight disarmament deadlines in Syria, where fresh bloodshed is serving as a deadly reminder of the mission's difficulties. Duration: 01:42 Oct 9, 2013
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Deadly fire hits Bangladesh garment factory

A huge fire at a Bangladeshi factory whose workers were making clothes and fabrics for top Western labels has killed seven people in the latest disaster to blight the country's garment industry. Duration: 00:38 Oct 9, 2013
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Kerry says ASEAN partnership 'top priority'

US Secretary of State John Kerry says the US partnership with ASEAN remains a "top priority" for the Obama administration despite the president's absence from the two-day summit in Brunei. Duration: 01:08 Oct 9, 2013
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Asian filmmakers revisit classic Westerns

Vietnamese-American director Dustin Nguyen has taken inspiration from Sergio Leone’s epic Spaghetti Western "Once Upon a Time in the West" with his Asian adaptation of the classic, called "Once Upon a Time In Vietnam". Duration: 01:04 Oct 9, 2013
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Medicinal plants sold at night in Colombian market

In a night-time farmers' market in Bogota, more than 400 vendors sell over 200 varieties of plants with healing powers. The growing of medicinal herbs has been a long-standing tradition in the city, dating back to the pre-Hispanic era. Duration: 01:20 Oct 9, 2013