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  • Bank of Japan maintains monetary easing program

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  • Sunflower movement in global perspective

  • Sunflower movement in global perspective

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  • Police chief steps down ahead of rally

  • Police chief steps down ahead of rally

  • Taipei officials’ social itineraries to be put online

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  • Netanyahu’s political future on the line in Israeli poll

  • Sharapova and Djokovic advance, Wozniacki out

  • Henderson lucky as Liverpool edge Swansea

  • Heat beat Cavaliers 106-92 to spoil James’ return

  • Reading down Bradford to seal Arsenal semi showdown

  • Stamkos, Lightning beat Canadiens 4-2

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  • Roma jeered after defeat to Sampdoria

  • Roma jeered after defeat to Sampdoria

  • Roma jeered after defeat to Sampdoria

  • Starc key to Australia’s campaign

  • Peter Sagan wins penultimate stage of Tirreno-Adriatico

  • Effects of Sunflower movement to last

  • FEATURE: Taiwan marks movement’s first anniversary

  • Trio jailed in Myanmar over bar ad using Buddha

  • Rescuers reach Vanuatu islands

  • Malaysian police release Anwar’s daughter on bail

  • Time stands still in Japanese village of the scarecrows

  • FEATURE: Tourists flock to see effigies burn

  • Prosecutors charge 27 in Petrobras corruption case

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