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Protests are ongoing all over the world. Here's why.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is not on the ballot this year. How we will miss you, Mahmoud. Let us count the ways.
Steven Seagal is the new face of the Russian arms industry. But that's not all he's doing out in the world.
British-born Muslim converts hack to death a serving soldier; Obama to announce new restrictions on drones; and the oldest man ever summits Mt. Everest. He is, wait for it, 80.
What's Kim Jong Un's boy doing in Beijing? Also: security experts say internet warfare is all but imminent, and - gasp - garden gnomes have been allowed back at the Chelsea Flower Show. Just this once.
Nearly 100 feared dead in Oklahoma; the US has started saying 'Myanmar' over 'Burma'; and pose with a toilet to get hitched in India.
Bluster on the Korean Peninsula, Myanmar's head of state makes the trek to Washington, and a Filipino kid has 41 names. They're all his.
The value of small arms sales around the world appears to be skyrocketing, but according to at least one analyst, the picture isn't all bad.
Major US law firms look to open shop in Ireland or Poland.
Once upon a time, the bottom line drove companies overseas. Now, the fairytale has changed — and is helping some Americans.
For law firms looking to scale back, some of America’s cities are looking better even than New Delhi.
Analysis: It would seem easy enough for the Chinese VP to show his face and prove the rumor mill wrong. Why doesn't he?
Assuming current trends continue, China could become the world's largest middle class by 2020.
Q & A with Tenzin Dorjee, executive director of Students for a Free Tibet.
Twitter users swap emergency numbers and rescue information, while documenting the disaster all around them.
It all comes down to money and power, says Andrew Billo, senior program officer with the Asia Society.
The end of Occupy Hong Kong may not be far off, but it's worth taking a look at why it has outlasted other Occupy Asia movements.
In the span of one week, China was lauded for sending a woman into space, then condemned for forcing one to abort a 7-month-old fetus.
Pyongyang has bristled at the slightest knock in Seoul's media coverage, which analysts say is a sign of weakness.
You may have heard of the South Korean pop group Girls' Generation. Well, North Korea's home-grown equivalent just made its debut.