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Pakistani security forces have killed 57 militants and arrested two Taliban a day after terrorists slew over 100 children in a Peshawar school attack
Prominent columnist jailed for offending religious feeling after speech criticizing use of Buddhism for extreme nationalism
U.S. predator plane attacks Taliban vehicle; number of drone strikes in Afghanistan and Pakistan increasing
Doctor using same hypodermic needle repeatedly believed responsible for 90 cases in village
Pakistanis grieve for the 141 people, mostly students, who were killed by Taliban militants
Militants attacked a school in Peshawar on Tuesday killing more than 100 children
Militants immediately began firing on students, killing and wounding many of them, witnesses said
Iran's national police chief said that Tehran had asked Australia for extradition of Monis
Leaders from all over the world have condemned the gun-and-bomb attack on a school in Pakistan’s Peshawar city that left more than 100 people dead
More than 100 have been killed in a Taliban attack on a school in Pakistan, where militants are still holding 100 students hostage
Narendra Modi leads condemnation of “cowardly terrorist attack” that killed at least 100 people in Pakistani school
A fresh franchise for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe but economic policies have not addressed deep-seated economic woes
In a letter to UN Security Council, North Korean ambassador rejects 'politically fabricated' human rights accusations against Pyongyang
Prime Minister Tony Abbott among wellwishers paying tribute to two killed in cafe siege
Siege ends 16 hours after gunman on bail for string of mostly violent charges holds people hostage
Suspect reportedly a self-proclaimed cleric on bail for various violent offenses.
Abe’s Liberal Democratic Party and its coalition party secure clear majority in House of Representatives
Accusations of bribery made against Education Minister Sadykov; no reason given for resignation of Labor Minister Alymkulov
Comes after US Senate releases report saying CIA waterboarded alleged al-Qaeda member at black site set up in Thailand in 2002
The capital of a restive northwestern Chinese province that is home to the Uighur Muslim minority
Calls for an end to baseless accusations; says attempt to discredit China will reveal U.S. hypocrisy, double standards.
According to Afghan officials, a young man blew himself up among the audience during a theatrical program.
UN official says members of Christian minority who fled from Vietnam may be able to apply for asylum in Phnom Penh
At least 15 people, including children reportedly, were killed in US drone strikes in Parwan province
Ethnic tensions between Muslims and Buddhists in Myanmar understood to be factor in brutal slayings
Kachin Independence Army cancels meeting after surprise attack on training facility killed 23 members.
Industry remains in doldrums on back of ongoing complications related to previous goverment's failed rice subsidies-scheme
New Zealander, 2 locals face prison terms for insulting religion after using picture of deity wearing headphones
Malala Yousafzai, a student who survived a Taliban assasination attempt, has split opinion in Pakistan
India Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin sign deal for nuclear reactors in India
Search operation ongoing after 4 people rescued by passing boats, fleet of transport ministry’s salvage bureau
Unidentified gunmen in van block representative’s vehicle convoy, open fire with automatic rifles.
Military brushes off reports RM3 million payment of 'board and lodging' was made to Filipino insurgent group before release.
Poorly-defined sea boundaries in Arabian Sea often result in arrest of fishermen
Increased by less than 0.1 points to 6.3 percent, although more than 40,000 people employed in November
Five high school students were killed by a NATO airstrike Thursday in Parwan province, police said.
Suicide bomber detonates explosives near bus carrying army officers
2-1/2 months after demonstrators began to block roads authorities clear remaining barricades, make arrests with little resistance.
Four nations of Latin America’s $2.1 trillion trade bloc is a “single voice” in combating climate change, presidents declare
Afghan President Ghani strongly condemned detainees’ torture by CIA, detailed in a senate report on Wednesday, calling it inhumane and vicious.
Russian President Vladimir Putin will have his first official meeting with new Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday
Afghan rights group urge new President to end legacy of impunity to establish peace in the country
Arrive in capital after 5 days of marching, sleeping on roadsides after being turned away by pagodas on orders of Buddhist patriarchs
Consultation group warns of 'efforts to thwart the peace process in Mindanao.'
Attackers unknown as troopers deployed against possible retaliation by members of victims’ prominent clan
Bailiffs and police expected to clear Admiralty on Thursday
Propaganda movie pulled after criticism of scene that appears to show reverence to man held responsible for death of 6 million Jews
Senior official convicted of corruption jailed for life after exposure on social media
FBI official says there is not yet "attribution” to North Korea, but hackers voice support for regime.
Security forces open fire on villagers gathering in field, civil leader says
Pakistan army renews air strikes on militants hideouts in the northwestern Khyber Agency tribal region
Hindu nationalist group says it plans to convert 5,000 more to Hinduism at mass ceremony in late December
Bomb blast outside university on Mindanao island injures at least 16
Migrant groups call for neighbors to address problems facing illegal Cambodian workers
National flag carrier apologizes for behavior of chairman's daughter - also chief executive - but still faces scorn
Fellow birdwatcher - held since 2012 - overcame and killed one captor during succesful escape effort
Tanker carrying more than 350,000 liters of oil is leaking into river in Bangladesh
Police expected to take action at largest site where democracy demonstrators have blocked roads for more than two months early Thursday
Pro-business politician takes first place after more than 5 million votes are cast, followed by Ferguson protesters
Teenage girls were found crushed under wall in Huaibei City
More than half of online transactions conducted by mobile phone
Narendra Modi has addressed his first ever rally in Indian-held Kashmir during which he promised to turn around the fortunes of the disputed valley
Indian capital bans taxi service after woman claims she was raped by driver
Attack believed to involve East Turkestan Islamic Movement - a Uighur Muslim separatist organization
Production levels in Myanmar and Laos have fallen on last year, not risen, as stated in previous copy
Latifullah Mehsud, deputy chief of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, was handed over to Islamabad, officials said Sunday.
Activists face roadblocks and opposition from Buddhist hierarchy in march on Phnom Penh
Accused of lese-majeste after posting pictures, messages online during birthday of ailing 87-year-old monarch
Khmer National Liberation Front says will join with others to oppose Hun Sen administration
Daughter of airline chief executive orders attendant off taxi-ing plane for failing to serve macadamia nuts
The attack killed the director of the criminal department and four civilians as well as wounding seven others
Found guilty in connection with attacks at train station, market in troubled region’s capital last spring
Prosecution in rare trial says Erwiana suffered brain injury after months of abuse
Travelers take to newspapers, social media to express grievances over harassment at hands of law enforcement.
Red Cross reports at least 21 people dead in Eastern Samar - one of two places Hagupit made landfall.
Security is tight before Indian PM's rally in Srinagar on Monday
An Uber driver is accused of raping a 25-year-old woman in the Indian capital of New Delhi
Among the released is Latifullah Mehsud, who was the deputy of slain Al-Qaeda chief Hakeemullah Mehsud
Residents from Pakistan's Khyber Agency have been repeatedly displaced by military operations but find themselves denied aid by authorities
Pakistani army engages in operation in Khyber Agency against Taliban-linked group.
Afghan police: Drone strikes have severely hurt insurgents in the area.
Child dies when house wall collapses during quake in Yunnan province
Ruling Liberal Democratic Party expected to win majority on Dec. 14
Typhoon Hagupit destroys property but early evacuation sees low casualty rate
A U.S. predator drone killed four people and injured "many" others in northwestern Pakistan on Sunday.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said the US would keep an additional 1,000 soldiers in Afghanistan next year
Typhoon Hagupit expected to make landfall in central Philippines Saturday evening
Officer imprisoned after photograph of him signing constitutional reform petition goes viral
Rights groups demand investigation into claims army shot 14-year-old on way to school
Joshua Wong stops fast after 110 hours without food
Lorenzo Vinciguerra, kidnapped during birdwatching trip two years ago, flees Abu Sayyaf camp during army assault
Top Al-Qaeda leader Adnan Al-Shukri Juma killed in Pakistan army raid in South Waziristan.
2 US drones kill 4 Taliban in Afghanistan's eastern Laghman province, Afghan authorities say.
21 workers pulled from debris after tunnel collapse in Fujian
State media announces the arrest of Zhou Yongkang
Mahathir accuses US of providing rebels in Syria military, financial support against Assad’s regime, and of not learning from wars in Iraq, Afghanistan
Leading figure in Bangladesh's Jamaat-e-Islami party has death sentence reduced to life imprisonment
Three Italian Catholic nuns have been found dead in Burundian capital Bujumbura, the Burundian government said Monday.
Narendra Modi's first Independence Day speech as India's prime minister focuses on protecting women from sexual violence
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