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24 May 2013 : Daniel Vettori's hopes of making a return to Test cricket in New Zealand's series finale with England in Leeds ultimately came to nothing after he was ruled out on Thursday.
24 May 2013 : A South Korean government commission will probe a $20 billion effort to dredge, dam and beautify four major rivers that has been tainted by charges of environmental damage, cost-overruns and corruption.
21 May 2013 : Pakistani politician Imran Khan is to leave hospital on Wednesday, his party and medics said Tuesday, two weeks after breaking bones in his back in a fall at an election rally.
21 May 2013 : The family of a US scientist found hanged last year in Singapore walked out of a coroner's inquiry into his death Tuesday, saying they had "lost faith" in the proceedings.
21 May 2013 : The family of a US scientist found hanged in Singapore last year walked out of a coroner's inquiry into their son's death Tuesday, saying they had "lost faith" in the proceedings.
21 May 2013 : A climber from Bangladesh and another from South Korea have died on Mount Everest as hundreds flock to the world's highest peak during good weather, Nepalese tourism officials said Tuesday.
21 May 2013 : An American scientist found hanged in Singapore last year was murdered and his death made to look like a suicide as part of a conspiracy, a US pathologist told an inquiry in the city-state Tuesday.
21 May 2013 : Police from four countries have detained more than 800 suspects and shut down several drug rings in a crackdown on gangs operating along the Mekong River, Chinese state media said on Tuesday.
21 May 2013 : Visiting Premier Li Keqiang promised Tuesday to open China's vast domestic market wider to India and forge a "dynamic trade balance" to deepen economic ties and ease tensions between the Asian giants.
21 May 2013 : Marcello Lippi's Guangzhou Evergrande will look to sweep aside the challenge of Central Coast Mariners and book their spot in the AFC Champions League last eight for the second year running this week.
21 May 2013 : WASHINGTON - The US State Department on Monday again designated Myanmar as a country of special concern for its severe violations of religious freedom, as it has since 1999 in an annual global assessment.
21 May 2013 : South Korean soldiers were guilty of abusing women in wartime, a Japanese mayor said in comments reported Tuesday, days after he provoked a storm by labelling WWII sex slaves a military necessity.