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NEW DELHI – The Indian and Chinese premiers papered over their differences at a meeting in New Delhi on Monday, pledging to tackle a border dispute that has soured relations for decades and to work together for global stability. The meeting was...
When hundreds of federal agents raided four Southern California museums early one January morning in 2008, it set the art world ablaze, suggesting that even amid an international looting scandal, museums had continued to do business with the black...
It was a big job, but somebody had to do it, said editors at the Daily Meal. So they set out to recognize Asia’s top 101 restaurants. The list, which took six months to compile, includes restaurants in 25 cities. China topped the charts with 28...
Kidnappings, suicide bombings and hundreds of violent deaths have bloodied Pakistan’s campaign trail. Still, the parliamentary vote Saturday is being heralded as a milestone in the country’s democratic advancement. Once the votes are tallied...
Tags: Politics, Taliban, U.S. Embassy, Parliament, Pervez Musharraf
Hours after Republican members of Congress sharply questioned Hillary Rodham Clinton and the State Department's handling of the terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, the former secretary of State did not explicitly mention the controversy in an...
Toyota's quarterly profit more than doubled to 313.9 billion yen ($3.2 billion) as cost cuts and better sales worked with a weakening yen to add momentum to the automaker's comeback. Toyota Motor Corp., which last year reclaimed the title of world's...
In Afghanistan, Iraq and many other countries across the globe, most Muslims support making sharia, or Islamic law, the official law of the land, according to a sweeping survey released Tuesday by the Pew Research Center. But sharia means different...
Mexico's Juan Manuel Marquez has bypassed an immediate fifth fight against Manny Pacquiao to instead square off with world welterweight champion Timothy Bradley of Palm Springs. Calling the planned fight at Las Vegas Thomas and Mack Center on Sept. 14...
Security in the Forbidden City across the street from the Great Hall of the People was tight last month when Li Keqiang was installed as premier of China. But the uniformed guards weren't armed with automatic weapons. Instead, they were equipped with fire...
Tags: Saudi Arabia, Muammar Gaddafi, Islam, Iran, Trade Agreements
Contrary to the adage, what we don’t know about North Korea could hurt us. It’s not known whether the intermediate-range Musudan missiles poised for imminent firing could reach U.S. bases on Guam or Japan, though at least the latter is...
Tags: Barack Obama, G8, Park Geun-hye, Ban Ki-moon, U.S. Congress
SEOUL -- North Korea's state-run Asia Pacific Peace Committee warned foreigners in South Korea Tuesday to set up evacuation plans. State media KCNA carried a statement, saying Pyonyang does not want any harm done to foreigners in South Korea in case...
The Hollywood entertainment marketing company the Cimarron Group has closed its office in Beijing after less than a year in operation. The development underscores the challenges American companies face when trying to do business in China, where movies...
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