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ASIA NEWS AGENDA ON TUESDAY
+ Koreas set for first official talks in two years
+ Macron meets with Chinese president Xi Jinping
+ Midnight vows after historic Australia gay marriage reforms 
SOUTH KOREA
– Top officials from North and South Korea hold their first official dialogue in more than two years after months of high tensions over Pyongyang’s weapons ambitions.
CHINA
– French president Emmanuel Macron meets with Chinese president Xi Jinping during the second day of his visit to China.
AUSTRALIA
– Sharing a kiss as fireworks lit up the night sky, two Australian athletes rush to tie the knot just after midnight – making theirs one of the first gay unions in the country following historic marriage equality laws.
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AUSTRALIA 
– Tennis. Moving PREVIEWS ahead of the Australian Open.
– Tennis. ATP/WTA Sydney International.
– Tennis. WTA Hobart International.
– Tennis. Kooyong Classic exhibition in Melbourne with Rafael Nadal in action.
CHINA
– Monitoring after an Iranian oil tanker ablaze off the Chinese coast risks exploding or sinking as fears grow for 32 missing sailors amid warnings of an environmental disaster.
–  Deadline expires for all North Korean businesses to close in China as the world’s second largest economy enforces United Nations sanctions banning their presence following Pyongyang’s nuclear and missile tests.
HONG KONG
– Pre-trial review in latest case against leading pro-democracy activists.
NEW ZEALAND
– Cricket. New Zealand v Pakistan 2nd T20 international at Nelson.
PHILIPPINES
– Hundreds of thousands of barefoot Philippine pilgrims are expected to join a parade of the Black Nazarene, an ebony icon of Jesus Christ carrying a cross, in the mainly Catholic Asian nation’s biggest religious festival.