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Google Earth spotted huge, unidentified structures in the Gobi desert. Gulp.
I was wondering, Mr. Kim, if you could tell me what changed your mind.
The sheer number of cell phone videos circulating of the fallen Libyan leader has stoked the fires of media madness.
Designers and developers say they, and their UAVs, are misunderstood.
Q & A with Tenzin Dorjee, executive director of New York City's Students for a Free Tibet.
I don't expect you to write back right away or anything, Mr. Kim. For now, I just wanted to say hi.
The Facebook page of Kim Jong Il's exiled eldest son allows a rare glimpse into a dysfunctional regime.
Ensuring that no amount of lung cancer gets in the way of success.
Three desperate 10-year-old students jump off a building in China, trying to escape academic pressure.
“Ain’t no party like a Pyongyang party, cause a Pyongyang party is ABSOLUTELY MANDATORY.”
Many cars in Burma are more than 30 years old, and the government has launched a program by which you can swap one for a newer model.
China's sure going to try.
Try North Korea.
In a self-described "win-win" move, China has become the last member of the U.N. Security Council to recognize the Libyan rebels.
In her soon-to-be-released oral history, the late first lady recalls just why the former Indonesian president gave her the willies.
Days before the Mid-Autumn Festival, China is abuzz with talk about how mooncakes are being taxed and regulated.
Unlike the Arab Spring, protests in India and China have focused on government reform rather than takeover.
The U.S. VP left quite a legacy in China.
Score one for China in the perennial China v. Taiwan name game.
China has sentenced a Tibetan monk to 11 years in jail for hiding his fellow monk who had self-immolated.