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The surprising election result in the Maldives is the latest in a string of elections in Asia in which voters ousted an incumbent who was... [Read More]
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Hyperinflation and production shortages have made disposable diapers exceedingly scarce in Iran, prompting some parents to revert to the cloth diapers of a bygone era.... [Read More]
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Gunmen riding motorcycles opened fire on a military parade in southwestern Iran on Saturday, killing at least 24 people, including several members of the elite... [Read More]
TEHRAN, Iran ––Gunmen riding motorcycles opened fire on a military parade in southwestern Iran on Saturday, killing more than 20 people, including several members of... [Read More]
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Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Thursday defended the imprisonment of two Reuters journalists who were investigating military attacks against Rohingya Muslims, saying the... [Read More]
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The long legal battle surrounding the U.S. base on Diego Garcia goes to the International Court of Justice in September. [Read More]
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The Nobel Peace Prize winner broke her silence on a verdict that world leaders and human rights groups have described as an assault on freedom... [Read More]
When India's Supreme Court last week legalized same-sex intercourse between consenting adults, it buried a 157-year-old law introduced during British colonial rule. [Read More]
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When India's Supreme Court this week legalized same-sex intercourse between consenting adults, it buried, most likely forever, a 157-year-old law introduced during British colonial rule.... [Read More]
In a historic victory for civil rights in the world's largest democracy, a five-judge panel in India voted unanimously to overturn a colonial-era statute banning... [Read More]
A jubilant Keshav Suri burst out of India's Supreme Court building just after noon Thursday and exclaimed to his French husband: "Marry me again!" ... [Read More]
India's Supreme Court on Thursday struck down a colonial-era ban on gay sex, an historic victory for civil rights advocates in the world's largest democracy.... [Read More]
While movie audiences worldwide relish the million-dollar earrings and private jets of "Crazy Rich Asians," Singaporeans would like you to know that in reality, things…... [Read More]
Pompeo renewed demands that Pakistani leaders support a fledgling U.S. peace effort with the Taliban in Afghanistan. [Read More]
While movie audiences worldwide relish the million-dollar earrings and private jets of "Crazy Rich Asians," Singaporeans would like you to know that in reality, things... [Read More]
Jalaluddin Haqqani's death had been reported as far back as 2014, but the militant group he founded has remained one of the most lethal branches... [Read More]
Jalaluddin Haqqani, founder of the militant group that has carried out some of the deadliest attacks against U.S.-led coalition forces in Afghanistan, was unofficially reported... [Read More]
The excesses depicted in the hit film "Crazy Rich Asians" have renewed a debate over the policies that have made Singapore wealthy but increasingly unequal. [Read More]
Two journalists in Myanmar were convicted Monday under a colonial-era state secrets law and sentenced to seven years in prison for investigating the army's attacks... [Read More]
Amid a global environmental push to reduce the use of plastic, India is promoting the humble jute fiber as a material for shopping bags, civil... [Read More]
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