Munir Ahmed, Associated Press | posted 3 minutes ago
Pakistani cricket star-turned politician Imran Khan left the hospital Wednesday, more than two weeks after he suffered serious back injuries in a fall from a forklift at a campaign event, a spokesman said.
Elaine Kurtenbach, Associated Press | posted 5 minutes ago
Japan's central bank says the world's third-biggest economy is "picking up" as demand recovers in other countries and remains resilient at home, though the trade deficit widened in April, for the tenth straight month.
Pamela Sampson, Associated Press | posted 9 minutes ago
The price of oil fell Wednesday as investors waited for a report on U.S. crude stocks and the Federal Reserve's latest views on the U.S. economy.
Heather Tan, Associated Press | posted 12 minutes ago
The parents of an American software engineer who believe their son was murdered last year in Singapore withdrew from the inquest Wednesday, saying they have no confidence in the city-state's legal process.
Pamela Sampson, Associated Press | posted 14 minutes ago
Asian stock markets were mostly higher Wednesday after investor confidence was boosted by a Federal Reserve official's comments that the U.S. central bank should stick with its super-easy monetary policy.
Margie Mason, Associated Press | posted 22 minutes ago
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un dispatched a high-profile official and close confidant to China on Wednesday as Beijing faces pressure to rein in its belligerent neighbor.
Associated Press | posted 58 minutes ago
Japan's government is looking into re-opening official talks with North Korea to resolve questions over the abductions of Japanese citizens decades ago, raising concerns among allies who fear Tokyo's focus on that issue might weaken efforts to rein in Pyongyang's nuclear weapons program.
Associated Press | posted May 21st - 9:54pm
A North Korean state media dispatch shows that leader Kim Jong Un has named a hardline general as his new military chief.
Jefrey Pattirajawane, Associated Press | posted May 21st - 9:14pm
Rescuers have recovered all 28 bodies from a collapsed underground room inside the giant U.S.-owned gold and copper mine in Indonesia's province of Papua.
Louise Watt, Associated Press | posted May 21st - 8:47pm
Gunmen wearing North Korean military uniforms released a Chinese fishing boat after holding its crew for two weeks, beating up the captain and stealing the vessel's fuel, the boat's owner said. He added that the hijackers did not get the 600,000 yuan ($100,000) ransom they had demanded.
May 26th, 2011 @ 1:55pm
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