Watch dramatic footage of Japanese military helicopters dumping seawater the stricken Fukushima Daichi nuclear power plant.
Large sections of northeastern Japan are in a state of chaos this morning, as rescuers struggle to reach survivors of yesterday’s earthquake and tsunami.
The revered leader says the Tibetan people need an elected leader.
Shabaz Bhatti, a Christian who opposed the country’s blasphemy laws, was shot and killed in Islamabad on Wednesday morning. It was the second such killing this year.
Next Media Animation brings us this darkly funny take Beijing’s aggressive response to calls for anti-government protests.
“I call this ‘castrated writing’ — I am a proactive eunuch, I have already castrated myself even before the surgeon raises his scalpel.”
MURONG XUECUN, Chinese writer, in a speech on censorship and self-censorship. Murong …
Four women and one man are fighting a 19th century law that effectively prevents Japanese women from keeping their birth names post-marriage.
Riot police stormed Manama’s Pearl Square early Thursday morning, sending men, women and children scrambling for cover. At least four people were killed and dozens injured. And now the military has said it’s taken control of most …
Stanley Ho, an 89-year-old gaming tycoon, has filed a lawsuit against two daughters by his second wife, raising new questions about the fate of his estimated $3 billion fortune.