The girl was killed by a falling wall when Osaka was hit by a magnitude 6.1 earthquake.
At least three people are reported to have been killed when an earthquake hit the city of Osaka.
A lot of Hong Kong's fish contains tiny bits of plastic that could end up on your plate.
One US citizen warns of the consequences of a visit to a forbidden area in North Korea.
The militant group ends a ceasefire declared for Eid but the government extends its truce.
South Korea's coach says he made his players wear different numbered shirts in recent friendlies to confuse opponents who he says cannot tell them apart.
US president says "mothers and fathers" of missing soldiers called him asking about their remains.
Former PM Norodom Ranariddh and Ouk Phalla were travelling to meet supporters in the south-west.
Woolworths says US artist Spencer Tunick can use its rooftop car park, reversing an earlier decision.
In an outpouring of goodwill, Taliban fighters and security force members have been seen hugging.
The Crown Property Bureau transfers ownership of the royal assets after a change in the law.
The prestigious US university denies the claim that it prefers white, black and Hispanic applicants.
The US plans to impose tariffs on Chinese goods draw mocking criticism from the state news agency.
Ordinary Afghans are marching from Helmand to Kabul to demand an end to 40 years of war and violence.
President Trump unveils 25% tariffs on $34bn worth of Chinese goods, accusing Beijing of intellectual copyright theft.
Once the focus of police concern, Dark Mofo has changed how Tasmania presents itself to the world.
Mullah Fazlullah - who ordered the shooting of Malala Yousafzai - was killed in Afghanistan, reports say.
Afghanistan lose 20 wickets in a day as their Test debut ends in a two-day defeat by India in Bangalore.
He was the sort of man Kashmir needs to find a way out from a deepening political impasse.
Shujaat Bukhari's death causes anguish across India where he was seen as a rare voice of moderation.
China will respond quickly to protect itself if the US hurts its interests, Beijing says.
Some 600 million Indians are facing an acute shortage of water, said a new report by the government.
China's Didi Chuxing will compete with India's Ola and Uber when it launches in Melbourne on 25 June.
Donald Trump surprised allies by announcing an end to the games, a long-held North Korean demand.
Eurydice Dixon was allegedly raped and murdered as she walked home from a gig in Melbourne.
The IMF warns the Trump administration's trade policies risk undermining the global trade system.
Shujaat Bukhari, a BBC contributor, is killed outside the offices of Rising Kashmir, which he edited.
Yale graduate Will Nguyen from Houston, Texas, is being held for "disrupting public order".
A handshake-salute mix-up and a lavish send-off and return were just some of the incidents uniquely captured by the North Korean media.
The 29-year-old policeman was allowed to rejoin the force after a minister backed him.