Mark McGillivray (at the podium, left),
the coauthor of Narrowing the Development Gap in ASEAN: Drivers and
Policy Options, speaks…
A magnitude-6.8 earthquake hit off Japan's southern coast Monday, prompting the Meteorological Agency to issue a tsunami warning.
North Korea agreed Monday to lift border restrictions with South Korea
to allow reunions of separated families and restart stalled tourism
ventures in its latest gesture of conciliation toward Seoul…
Two Russian air force jets rehearsing aerobatic maneuvers collided near Moscow, killing one stunt pilot and sending one fighter crashing into nearby vacation homes, a military official said.
Gaza's Hamas rulers said they had restored law and order to the seaside
territory Sunday after a bloody weeend of clashes with an
Iran's president says three women will join his Cabinet, the first female ministers in the country since the 1970s.
A news report says a helicopter
carrying Malaysia's deputy prime minister has made an emergency
landing due to bad weather.
Water purification tablets, tents, prefabricated homes and other
foreign aid arrived in Taiwan on Sunday as the typhoon-battered island
coped with the aftermath of its worst weather disaster in 50…
Taiwan awaited desperately needed aid from the United States, China and other countries Sunday as villagers mourned the hundreds who were killed in the worst storm to strike the island…
A top aide to Honduras' ousted president accused the United States of involvement in the coup, saying Saturday that the plane that flew Manuel Zelaya into exile stopped to refuel…
An American imprisoned in a trial with Myanmar's opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi looked forward to being deported from the military-ruled country Sunday after a U.S. senator secured his…
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