China has protested the visit by Manila’s defense and military chiefs to a disputed island in the South China Sea, but the Philippine government maintained Saturday that it
It’s a whodunit worthy of a Dan Brown novel: a small bronze plaque commemorating Thailand’s 1932 revolution is ripped out from a very public place by parties unknown and substituted
North Korea recently detained a U.S. citizen, officials said yesterday, in the latest case of an American being held in the country. The Swedish Embassy in Pyongyang said
The Philippine president has warned that he can be 50 times more brutal than Muslim extremists, saying he’d even eat them if they’re captured alive by troops.
Coca-Cola is possibly the world’s most recognizable brand, an almost inescapable symbol of the global appeal of American-style consumer culture. There are only two countries in the world
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence praised Indonesia’s democracy and moderate form of Islam yesterday alongside the president of the world’s most populous Muslim nation, reinforcing his message with a
The President of South Vietnam has been forced to resign accusing the United States of betrayal. In a TV and radio address, outgoing President Nguyen Van
India’s officialdom is set to come down a notch. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Cabinet announced this week that the red beacon lights that announce the
India’s top court yesterday ordered four senior leaders of the ruling Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party to stand trial over a 1992 attack on an ancient mosque
Passengers were screaming in horror as the bus driver repeatedly hit the brakes, shouting they weren’t working, before the vehicle plunged into a ravine in the
Unofficial results showed the minority Christian governor of the Indonesian capital was resoundingly defeated yesterday by his Muslim challenger who swept up votes by appealing to a
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte offered a bounty yesterday for the capture of Muslim extremists behind a foiled attack on a central resort island, and said he ordered
At least 26 people died yesterday when the bus they were traveling in apparently lost its brakes and plunged into a deep ravine in a northern Philippine
Australia will scrap a temporary visa for skilled overseas workers, the prime minister said yesterday, arguing that Australians must be given priority over foreigners for local jobs.
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