Bharatha Mallawarachi, Associated Press | posted 6 minutes ago
Rights groups are criticizing a code of media ethics proposed by Sri Lanka's government, saying Wednesday that the code could have a chilling effect on free speech in the Indian Ocean island nation.
Christopher Bodeen, Associated Press | posted 11 minutes ago
Negotiators from North Korea and China held strategic talks in Beijing on Wednesday as they work to repair strained relations, but offered little indication they will lead to a resumption of nuclear disarmament talks any time soon.
Biswajeet Banerjee, Associated Press | posted 35 minutes ago
A joint army and air force operation has evacuated nearly 12,000 Hindu pilgrims stranded in a mountainous area by torrential monsoon rains and landslides in northern India, but nearly 63,000 people remain cut off, a senior official said Wednesday.
Associated Press | posted 50 minutes ago
The Philippines' top diplomat says U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry have appealed to Manila not to withdraw more than 300 Filipino peacekeepers from the Golan Heights to avoid "maximum volatility" in the restive Middle East region.
David Rising and Amir Shah, Associated Press | posted Jun 19th - 2:50am
The Afghan president on Wednesday suspended talks with the United States on a new security deal to protest the way his government was being left out of initial peace negotiations with the Taliban meant to find ways to end the nearly 12-year war.
Youkyung Lee, Associated Press | posted Jun 19th - 2:46am
Global stock markets were mostly lower Wednesday as investors waited for an update on the U.S. economy from the Federal Reserve.
Mike Ives, Associated Press | posted Jun 19th - 2:45am
Cu Huy Ha Vu's books come with pages torn out by prison guards. Only some of his letters reach home. He is not allowed to access evidence from his trial or to see his wife alone.
Associated Press | posted Jun 18th - 11:44pm
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says the world body's peacekeeping efforts face growing dangers from non-traditional threats such as suicide bombers and improvised explosive devices.
Malcolm Foster, Associated Press | posted Jun 18th - 11:34pm
Japan's nuclear watchdog has formally approved new safety requirements for atomic plants, paving the way for the reopening of facilities shut down since the Fukushima disaster.
Associated Press | posted Jun 18th - 10:28pm
A bus carrying 36 people veered from a road in heavy fog and crashed into a valley in western China, killing at least 15 people, state media reported.
May 26th, 2011 @ 1:55pm
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