ASIAN STOCKS RISE BUT TENSIONS REMAIN OVER NORTH KOREA

Shares were mostly higher in Asia on Monday, although Japan's Nikkei 225 benchmark fell as tensions over North Korea kept the yen strong against the dollar.

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