Some senior citizens in the southwestern German city of Saarbrücken are getting lessons in how to deal with threatening situations. The idea is to defuse trouble without using force by appearing more self-assertive.
Tokyo and Canberra are taking steps to reinforce their security arrangements, with both governments concerned about an unstable and nuclear-armed North Korea and an assertive China. Julian Ryall reports.
The deal merging Siemens' railway division with train maker Alstom has been hailed as the making of a "European champion." But what will it mean for workers, and will it be enough to compete with Chinese behemoth CRRC?
The cold-blooded killing of a prominent journalist has exposed how dissent and debate has rapidly shrunk in India's mainstream media. The murder is another reminder of the climate of fear in which journalists operate.
As Japan marks the 70th anniversary of the constitution going into effect, PM Abe has reiterated his desire to make changes to a document that has overseen the actions of every government since the end of World War II.
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