The Duke of Cambridge said he also wanted to be a policeman when he was a little boy.Read the full story ›
Prince William met with Emperor Akihito and his wife Empress Michiko at the Gosho imperial residence, bowing from the neck to both of them.
He arrived in a chauffeur driven car and was met by the royal couple outside the residence in Tokyo.
Addressing them in turn as "your majesty", the Prince told Akihito, who he last met in 2012 during the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Sovereign Monarchs' lunch: "Your majesty, it's very nice to see you again. Thank you for having me here - fantastic."
The Duke of Cambridge followed in his mother's footsteps today as he visited Commonwealth War Graves in Japan.Read the full story ›
A nursing home worker in China accused of killing three elderly residents with a brick and injuring 15 other people had argued with his boss over unpaid wages.
Luo Renchu, 64, attacked elderly residents and staff at the privately run home in Hunan province early on Thursday, the first day of the Chinese New Year, the Shuangfeng county government said.
Luo fled and police said they apprehended him on a mountain yesterday afternoon.
The official Xinhua News Agency, citing police, reported the attack happened shortly after Luo argued with the nursing home's owner over unpaid wages of 40,000 yuan (£4,220).
Footage of a rare Amur tiger playing with her cubs has been captured in China, showing the endangered cat making a comeback in the country.Read the full story ›
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Surveillance video shows boy being lifted off his feet after he threw a lit firecracker into a sewer and triggered a blast in central China.Read the full story ›
An Australian food firm has recalled all packs of frozen berries after a hepatitis A outbreak linked to a Chinese packaging plant.
Officials believe the outbreak may be linked to poor hygiene and water supplies at the Chinese firm, after five people fell ill after eating the Nanna's Mixed Berries, which are produced by Patties Foods Ltd.
The issue has reignited concerns about food safety in Chinese exports, after more than 11,000 schoolchildren in Germany were struck down by vomiting and diarrhoea which authorities linked to frozen strawberries imported from China.
The particular risk that we've identified here is that a country that has endemic hepatitis A, that is China, has been involved with packing these berries.
Clearly there's strong evidence that there may have been a contamination during the packing process as they are fully sealed and then transported to Australia.
A baby girl in China was born carrying two fetuses in her abdomen the Hong Kong Medical Journal has reported.Read the full story ›