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A young Saudi woman who arrived in Canada after a dramatic escape via Thailand has said she hopes her story encourages other women to break... [Read More]
In a tale of extraordinary human survival, an Indonesian teenager has managed to keep himself alive for 49 days while floating adrift in a flimsy... [Read More]
About 20 years ago, the artist and graphic novelist Jason Lutes, then living in Seattle, had an idea. Nothing surprising in that; artists and writers... [Read More]
British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt defended Burmese leader Aung San Suu Kyi's 'difficult position' over the Rohingya crisis on Thursday, even as he warned that... [Read More]
Najib Razak, Malaysia's former prime minister, had been charged with 21 counts of money-laundering in a case linked to a multi-million dollar fraud scandal centred... [Read More]
North Korea has agreed to permanently dismantle engine testing facilities and missile launch pads in the presence of international inspectors and to move towards the... [Read More]
North Korea has agreed to permanently dismantle engine testing facilities and missile launch pads in its Dongchang-ri facility in the presence of international inspectors and... [Read More]
This week's summit of South and North Korean leaders already promises to be big on pomp and pageantry and short on tangible results, but its... [Read More]
A three-day summit between North and South Korea began on Tuesday morning with a warm embrace, a military band and a rapturous welcome from a... [Read More]
Moon Jae-in, South Korea's president, will seek to revive stalled talks on nuclear disarmament between the US and North Korea when he jets into Pyongyang... [Read More]
Hundreds of rescuers in the Philippines dug frantically with shovels and their bare hands on Monday in an attempt to save the lives of dozens... [Read More]
A leading United Nations human rights investigator has slammed Aung San Suu Kyi, Burma's civilian leader, for acting as a "fig leaf for military atrocities"... [Read More]
A leading UN human rights investigator has criticised Aung San Suu Kyi, Burma's civilian leader, for acting as a "fig leaf for military atrocities". [Read More]
The careers of two of South Korea's pop idols are hanging in the balance after they admitted publicly to being in love and dating. [Read More]
Burma government leader Aung San Suu Kyi has defended a Burmese court decision to jail two Reuters reporters who were arrested while investigating alleged war... [Read More]
Twelve South Korean music students have been accused of conspiring to gain weight to avoid compulsory military service. [Read More]
Aung San Suu Kyi, Burma's civilian leader, on Thursday strongly defended a Burmese court decision to jail two Reuters reporters who were arrested while investigating... [Read More]
A Thai production by director Tom Waller looks set to win the race to be the first film about the daring rescue of 12 young... [Read More]
The United States has recalled its top diplomats from Dominican Republic, El Salvador and Panama for consultations over those countries' recent decisions to switch their... [Read More]
The International Criminal Court in the Hague has ruled that it can investigate Burma for the alleged deportation of the Rohingya Muslim minority to Bangladesh... [Read More]
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