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Small cities pivotal to property's support for China's growth

More signs Abenomics is working as Japan prices, output rise

Analysis: Israel, Palestinians face hard choices

Serial sex offender Robert Fardon released from Brisbane jail after court...

Mineral riches at stake in Greenland vote

Insiders worry China's stimulus focus delays reform drive

China says no major stimulus planned

China's cooling property market a risk to economic growth

Commitment on central bank communication unlikely at G20: Canada Fin Min

Correction: Canada-Obit-Gallant story

California environmentalists decry feds' fire plan

Canberra student wins $180,000 scholarship to study science United States...

New senators liven up the upper house

China banks seek profit boost through their bad debts

Chinese property market may not be as bad as it looks

Madigan says budget lacks 'logic, heart, vision, transparency and hope'

Parliament abolishes carbon tax

Palmer blocks carbon tax repeal bill

China confident after bank stress tests, even as growth slows

China unleashes yuan bears, but can it cage them again?

China exports fall for second straight month in March

Australia shares hit 5-yr highs ahead of US Fed meeting

Analysis: Australia's central bank mangles message on A$, rates

More signs Abenomics is working as Japan prices, output rise

Palmer channels JFK on day one in Canberra

G20 host Australia says global growth target on track

China's economy experiencing 'period of pain' - vice minister

Australia's Abbott wants economic reform to be focus at G20

Israel remembers plight of Jews who fled Arab world

AG appeals sentence for schoolboy attacker

Convicted triple murderer Max Sica loses appeal against conviction and...

2nd lost hiker rescued from Calif. forest

China economy to meet this year's growth target: Premier Li

China factory activity shrinks in April, new export orders contract

Insight - Haircuts and beef bowls helping BOJ's Kuroda win converts

Fed's Fisher: forward guidance should not be binding