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It's too soon to know how the blind activist's case is going to end, but more questions crop up by the minute.
An interview with Phelim Kine, senior Asia researcher with Human Rights Watch, on the blind Chinese activist and Beijing struggle with rights.
The famous blind lawyer, Chen Guangcheng, has escaped house arrest. The fight for rights in China rages on.
Two aspiring actors strangled and hacked to pieces a young starlet who had already made it big.
Or at least he was at 3:23 am on Tuesday, April 3.
GlobalPost used to say Burma. Here's why we don't anymore.
Why did China allow the rumors to circulate in the first place?
Or they will soon, according to reports.
Two Australian tourists turned up dead in Laos this month.
A graphic YouTube video has emerged that purports to show a cow smuggler being tortured by border guards.
In a new book, Kim Jong Il's eldest son says the new regime is bound for disaster.
Elections were largely free and fair, according to reports. A true test of what the country wants.
The cease-fire with the Karen rebels is the latest in Burma's push to be rid of economic sanctions.
But is it a prelude to disaster?
Famous psychic say's it's Ma's race. So long as he's nice to his wife.
In the ad, ostensibly endorsed by Ron Paul, a cartoon of Huntsman appears in Chairman Mao garb.
Just relax. And do a little yoga with your dog.
Vietnam's economy slowed in 2011, but Baskin-Robbins is still pushing ahead.
Lee's crime? This time it was putting the South's military on high alert after Kim Jong Il's death.
Indonesians flood police stations with used flip-flops as a form of protest.