03/08/2013 12:18amMusicians, take note: Next time you travel abroad, you might need a passport _ for your instrument.
03/08/2013 12:40amThe Philippine government said Syrian rebels failed to release 21 Filipino U.N. peacekeepers Friday and stuck to their demands for repositioning of Syrian government forces before any handover.
03/08/2013 1:08amIndonesia has arrested five officers in connection to a video showing four tied-up suspected terrorists allegedly being tortured by uniformed security forces in Central Sulawesi province.
03/08/2013 1:26amTwo years after a powerful earthquake and tsunami wrecked Japan's Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear plant, many towns nearby remain abandoned, too affected by radiation for residents to return for more than short visits.
03/08/2013 2:16amThe United States would like to present an outspoken Tibetan author with an award for courage but the activist will be unable to travel to receive the honor because Chinese authorities have routinely denied her a passport.
03/08/2013 2:50amExperts say that mental distress could be one of the biggest health problems to emerge from the nuclear disaster in Japan two years ago.
03/08/2013 2:53amElephants, rhinos, sharks and manta rays are among the animals that could be getting more international protection at the triennial meeting of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora.
03/08/2013 3:00amA special envoy to Syria's president Friday criticized Britain's decision to provide non-lethal military equipment to Syrian rebels, saying it will hinder efforts for peace in the strife-torn country.
03/08/2013 5:33pmSeven years of U.N. sanctions against North Korea have done nothing to derail Pyongyang's drive for a nuclear weapon capable of hitting the United States. They may have even bolstered the Kim family by giving their propaganda maestros ammunition to whip up anti-U.S. sentiment and direct attention away from government failures.
03/08/2013 10:05pmTwo years after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami that killed nearly 19,000 in Japan, residents of coastal towns flattened by the wall of water are still trying to recover.
03/08/2013 10:42pmA suicide attack outside the Afghan Defense Ministry on Saturday killed and wounded several civilians as U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel visited the Afghan capital of Kabul.
03/08/2013 11:32pmIndia's national election is not expected for a year, but the campaign has already begun.
03/08/2013 11:37pmPakistan's minority Shiite Muslims have started using the word "genocide" to describe a violent spike in attacks against them by a militant Sunni group with suspected links to the country's security agencies and a mainstream political party that governs the largest province.
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