Pan Pylas, Associated Press | posted May 21st - 10:57am
Markets were choppy Tuesday as investors remained cautious in the run-up to a much-anticipated statement from U.S. Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke.
Ashok Sharma, Associated Press | posted May 21st - 10:42am
India offered on Tuesday to provide more training and reconstruction aid for Afghanistan as most international troops prepare to withdraw next year.
Mari Yamaguchi, Associated Press | posted May 21st - 10:39am
Hundreds of people living just outside Japan's Fukushima prefecture say they have been denied adequate compensation after the country's 2011 nuclear disaster despite suffering elevated radiation levels.
Associated Press | posted May 21st - 10:17am
Kyrgyzstan's president has reaffirmed that next year the Central Asian nation will evict the U.S. air base that supports military operations in nearby Afghanistan.
Associated Press | posted May 21st - 10:04am
Experts commissioned by the operator of a Japanese nuclear plant that faces possible closure because of a suspected active seismic fault say a decision should wait, citing insufficient data.
Binaj Gurubacharya, Associated Press | posted May 21st - 10:00am
The first woman from Saudi Arabia to scale Mount Everest said she doesn't intend to inspire a movement, but would be happy to change people's opinions of Saudi women and Saudi women's opinions of themselves.
Rahim Faiez, Associated Press | posted May 21st - 9:07am
A coordinated Taliban assault on checkpoints in southern Afghanistan killed four police before a counterattack drove the insurgents back, Afghan officials said Tuesday. Also, at least 10 other police died in two attacks in the country's west.
Associated Press | posted May 21st - 8:13am
A massive power failure has affected more than 8 million people in Thailand's 14 southern provinces, including popular tourist areas such as Koh Samui and Phuket, in one of the country's biggest blackouts in recent memory.
Kay Johnson, Associated Press | posted May 21st - 7:56am
The number of Afghan women and girls jailed for "moral crimes" has risen dramatically in the past 18 months, raising concerns that gains in women's rights might be reversed with the withdrawal of most international troops next year, a rights group said Tuesday.
Khin Maung Win, Associated Press | posted May 21st - 6:41am
A Myanmar court sentenced seven Muslims to prison Tuesday _ one of them to a life term _ in the killing of a Buddhist monk amid deadly sectarian violence that was overwhelmingly directed against minority Muslims but has not led to any criminal trials against members of the country's Buddhist majority.
May 26th, 2011 @ 1:55pm
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