Zarar Khan, Associated Press | posted May 20th - 1:11pm
Pakistan's presumptive prime minister called for peace talks with Taliban militants at war with the government Monday, potentially charting a course that could put him at odds with the country's powerful army.
Pan Pylas, Associated Press | posted May 20th - 11:03am
The price of silver was the standout mover in financial markets Monday as it took a hammering for the second trading session in a row, even as stocks remained relatively solid amid hopes over the U.S. economy.
Hyung-jin Kim, Associated Press | posted May 20th - 10:27am
North Korea continued firing short-range weapons over its own eastern waters Monday after a weekend of what it called "rocket launching tests" intended to bolster deterrence against enemy attack. South Korean officials were investigating exactly what it was that the North was testing.
Amir Shah and Kay Johnson, Associated Press | posted May 20th - 9:09am
A suicide bomber dressed in a police uniform killed 14 people including a prominent provincial council chief outside the council headquarters in northern Afghanistan on Monday, authorities said. The Taliban insurgency quickly claimed responsibility.
Rebecca Santana, Associated Press | posted May 20th - 8:58am
Pakistan has taken a number of steps to prevent fertilizers made within its borders for agriculture from being used as explosives in roadside bombs that target American troops in Afghanistan, said a top U.S. military officer Monday.
Jefrey Pattirajawane, Associated Press | posted May 20th - 8:44am
Rescuers recovered three more bodies Monday from a collapsed underground room at a giant U.S.-owned gold and copper mine in Indonesia, bringing the confirmed death toll to 17, mine officials said. Eleven others were believed buried under the rubble.
Associated Press | posted May 20th - 8:24am
A massive blast ripped through an explosives factory on Monday in eastern China, killing at least 12 people and leaving others buried in the debris, state media reported.
Ravi Nessman, Associated Press | posted May 20th - 8:20am
The leaders of India and China played down their recent border dispute and other tensions Monday, pledging to work together for regional stability and the economic growth of the world's two most populous nations.
Associated Press | posted May 20th - 7:27am
An Indian state official is recommending that 19 people be charged with misappropriating millions of dollars in the construction of monuments honoring dalits, the lowest Hindu caste.
Associated Press | posted May 20th - 6:30am
Police in central China have detained the 18-year-old organizer of a gay pride march in a sign of the government's nervousness over a growing civil society movement and demands for stronger individual rights.
May 26th, 2011 @ 1:55pm
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