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Though Apple has announced a third authentic store in Shanghai to absorb growing demand.
What better way to evict your tenants?
You've got your "Gucci" handbag, but I bet you haven't been to the "Apple" store.
It isn't just TEPCO who is to blame, it's the people who let TEPCO operate freely.
There is evidence that the practice dates back to the 1800s, so why do people suddenly have a problem with it?
Protest songs are becoming popular in Japan, even if the demonstrations themselves are a bit tame.
Indonesia has been so lenient in the past on tobacco, that some doctors even order their patients to chain smoke.
It might not be an iPad 3, but it's better than most can do.
Meat from six Fukushima cows was delivered to Japanese markets and has probably been ingested.
Two escalators in the span of a week have spontaneously switched directions, killing one teenager.
Scientists warn that a drug-resistant strain of the sexually transmitted disease could spread beyond Japan in a few decades.
And what can be done about it? Some doctors are suggesting extreme measures.
Nude marathons, name changes and, no, it's not in North Korea.
It's one thing after another for the North Korean women's soccer team.
The education ministry will invest $2.4 billion to ensure that all schools use digital textbooks by 2015.
Or are they?
China's Communist Party was founded 90 years ago this week.
North Korea has been named the new leader of the UN's nuclear disarmament mission.
What effect will the first permanent bureau operated by a Western news organization in Pyongyang have?
One former communist leader walks out, another stays put. What can we make of these opening scenes?