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China, EU reach settlement on solar panels

07/27/2013 4:48am
The Europe Union and Chinese solar panel exporters said Saturday that they had reached a settlement in their long trade dispute, with the exporters agreeing to sell their products at a minimum price in the EU market.

3 Spanish climbers missing in Pakistan

07/27/2013 4:52am
A Pakistani mountaineering official says three Spanish climbers have gone missing while trying to scale one of the world's highest peaks and are presumed dead.

North Korea military parades through Pyongyang

07/27/2013 6:20am
Goose-stepping soldiers, columns of tanks and a broad array of ominous-looking missiles poised on mobile launchers paraded through Pyongyang's main square on Saturday in a painstakingly choreographed military pageant intended to strike fear into North Korea's adversaries and rally its people behind young ruler Kim Jong Un on the 60th anniversary of the armistice that ended the Korean War.

Key facts about Cambodia's general election

07/27/2013 6:22am
Cambodians vote Sunday in the country's fifth general election since 1993, when the United Nations helped stage the nation's first free polls since the 1975-79 genocidal rule of the Khmer Rouge and a subsequent period of civil war and one-party rule.

North Korea rolls out missiles for war anniversary

07/27/2013 9:23pm
North Korea marked the 60th anniversary of the truce that ended the Korean War with a lavish and painstakingly choreographed military parade through Pyongyang's main square, a solemn gathering led by leader Kim Jong Un at a newly opened war museum that features prominently the USS Pueblo spy ship captured in 1968 and a fireworks display that filled the night sky and drew huge crowds who watched from along the Pothong river.