Kashmir: India tourist killed by stone throwing protesters Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Clashes between militants and government forces are common in the region An Indian tourist has died after being hit by a stone thrown by protesters in Indian-administered Kashmir.
The man, who was from the southern city of Chennai (formerly Madras), was travelling to Gulmarg, a popular skiing destination in the region, when his vehicle got caught in the protests, police told BBC Urdu.
A local teenager was also injured.
Police are investigating the incident, but no arrests have been made. It is unclear what the protests were about.
While clashes with security forces are frequent in the region, protesters in Kashmir have generally not targeted tourists.
Since 1989, the Muslim-majority state has seen an armed revolt against Indian rule.
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Sun Zhengcai: Former top Chinese official jailed for life Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Sun will have all his "illegal gains" confiscated A former Chinese Communist Party official once tipped for a top leadership position has been sentenced to life in prison for bribery.
Sun Zhengcai, a former Politburo member, is the latest senior figure to fall in President Xi Jinping's anti-corruption campaign.
He was found guilty of taking bribes of more than $26.7m (£19.6m).
The 54-year-old, also the former party chief of Chongqing, pleaded guilty to the charges in April.
According to state media outlet Xinhua, Sun's "illegal gains" would be confiscated.
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Tourism's carbon impact three times larger than estimated Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Travellers from affluent countries are a key part of emissions growth in tourism A new study says global tourism accounts for 8% of carbon emissions, around three times greater than previous estimates.
The new assessment is bigger because it includes emissions from travel, plus the full life-cycle of carbon in tourists' food, hotels and shopping.
Driving the increase are visitors from affluent countries who travel to other wealthy destinations.
The US tops the rankings followed by China, Germany and India.
Tourism is a huge and booming global industry worth over $7 trillion, and employs one in ten workers around the world. It's growing at around 4% per annum.
Previous estimates of the impact of all this travel on carbon suggested that tourism accounted for 2.5-3% of emissions.
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How a child rape became a religious flashpoint for India Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Protests demanding justice for the girl were held in many parts of the country India's top court has moved the trial in the rape and murder of an eight-year-old Muslim girl out of the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The BBC's Yogita Limaye spoke to people in the community about the divisions that led to the court's decision.
"I just want justice for my child," her mother says. "I want her attackers to go through the same pain that she went through. The way they have made us cry, I want them to cry."
In India, a rape victim cannot be identified according to the law but everyone knows which religion the girl belonged to. Police allege that her religion is at the centre of the brutal crime.
She was from the Muslim Bakarwal nomadic tribe who roam the hills and valleys of Jammu and Kashmir. In the summer they graze their sheep, goats and horses high up in the mountains. As winter..
Malaysia's election: A battle of old allies Image copyright AFP Image caption Dawn of a new political era for Malaysia? Malaysia is holding a general election on Wednesday.
While incumbent Prime Minister Najib Razak looks likely to secure another term, he is facing a strong challenge from his long-time ally, former prime minister Mahathir Mohamad, who has made a surprise return to politics at the age of 92.
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Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Mr Najib is weighed down by allegations of corruption Najib Razak won a second term as prime minister in 2013 but with a weakened majority in the face of the strongest opposition ever.
Opponents alleged electoral fraud at the time and critics have also repeatedly accused his administration of ..
Afghanistan air strike: UN confirms 30 child deaths in April attack Image copyright Reuters Image caption At least 51 children were injured A UN report has found that 30 children were killed and 51 injured in an Afghan air strike last month in the north-eastern province of Kunduz.
The government said after the strike on 2 April that its air force had targeted a gathering of senior Taliban figures
The investigation by the UN found six adults had also been killed in the air strike near a religious school, where an open-air ceremony was under way.
There were "credible" reports the final toll could be higher, it noted.
According to the UN report, hundreds of men and boys were attending the event in the Dasht-e Archi district when it came under rocket and heavy machine gun fire from helicopters.
The Afghan government initially said 18 senior militants planning an attack had been killed and accused the Taliban of shooting civilians.
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Australia pledges cash to save declining koala population Image caption Australia's koala population has been under pressure due to loss of habitat The state of New South Wales in Australia (NSW) is to spend A$45m ($34m; £25m) protecting one of its most iconic creatures - the koala.
The money will be used to establish forest reserves and build a hospital to care for the sick and injured animals.
There will also be adjustments to roadkill hotspots as many koalas are killed by cars.
The koala's decline has been blamed on habitat loss, dog attacks and climate change.
Almost 25,000 hectares (62,000 acres) of state forest will become a koala habitat, for the animals to breed freely.
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Paedophile-hunting policeman wins payout 46 years on Image copyright CHRIS KNIGHT Image caption Denis Ryan will be paid compensation by the state of Victoria Former Australian detective Denis Ryan was driven out of the police force in 1972 when he tried to bring a paedophile priest to justice.
Now almost 50 years after he was ordered by superiors to drop the case - and deprived of a police pension - Mr Ryan will receive compensation.
The 86-year-old man was recently awarded an undisclosed sum by the state government of Victoria.
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