Riaz Khan, Associated Press | posted 12 minutes ago
A Pakistani court has called for the government to review an ordered retrial of a doctor who helped the U.S. search for Osama bin Laden over a separate case.
Gillian Wong, Associated Press | posted 26 minutes ago
Chinese authorities are ramping up prosecutions of rights activists during the year-end holidays, apparently hoping the West will pay less attention to its wide-ranging crackdown on dissent that has drawn international criticism throughout the year.
Teresa Cerojano, Associated Press | posted 33 minutes ago
World stock markets were mostly higher Wednesday as investors calmly waited for word from the U.S. Federal Reserve on when it will start reducing its monetary stimulus.
Associated Press | posted 56 minutes ago
India's Parliament has approved a contentious anti-graft bill that empowers an independent ombudsman to investigate and prosecute cases of corruption by politicians and bureaucrats.
Nirmala George, Associated Press | posted Dec 18th - 2:04am
An Indian diplomat said she faced repeated "handcuffing, stripping and cavity searches" following her arrest in New York City on visa fraud charges in a case that has infuriated the government in New Delhi.
Christopher Bodeen, Associated Press | posted Dec 18th - 1:22am
Military relations with the United States face a rosy outlook, China's Defense Ministry said Wednesday, in an apparent attempt to limit damage from a recent confrontation between the countries' navies in the South China Sea.
Eun-young Jeong, Associated Press | posted Dec 18th - 12:25am
The kids call him "uncle," but he's more of a mom and dad rolled in one. From one child that he began caring for in 2006, Kim Tae-hoon's brood has grown to nine boys, all defectors from North Korea who have found their first real experience of family in his house.
Rahim Faiez, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 11:54pm
An Afghan official says Taliban suicide bombers have attacked NATO fuel trucks near the Pakistani border. A gunbattle that followed killed one Afghan policeman and wounded three.
Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 11:45pm
A tourist in Australia had to be rescued by police after plunging off a pier while browsing Facebook on her phone, officials said Wednesday.
Matthew Lee, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 10:05pm
The United States is providing nearly $25 million in additional humanitarian aid to help the Philippines deal with the enormous devastation and deaths wrought by Typhoon Haiyan last month, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday after touring the worst-hit region.
May 26th, 2011 @ 1:55pm
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