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As part of South Korean President Kim Dae-jong's Sunshine Policy, the leaders of North and South Korea met in Pyongyang in June 2000.

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Lured by the short waiting period, thousands of prospective American parents go to Asia to adopt babies. But weak adoption law in Asia has led to a boom in baby trafficking.

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Looks at an Indonesian Muslim cleric, Ustaz Khoiron's programme for prostitutes. Interviews two prostitutes who talk about their difficult lives.

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After some sure blockbusters bombed at the box-office, Indian filmmakers have a rethink of the way they make movies.

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Shows the dismal economy of Bali since the terrorist bombing on 12 October 2002. Visitors find the place safer than ever before.

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Children from broken homes live on the streets of Bangkok. Introduces programmes of the police department and charitable organizations to help these kids.

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Treatment of kidney ailments can be extremely expensive.

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More than 180 residents have died in two months since the SARS outbreak.

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North Korea admits it possesses nuclear weapons and says it will not give up its nuclear programme unless Washington signs a non-aggression pack with the country.

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War games are popular in Hong Kong and air soft gun shop owners who organize them say business is brisk.

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