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News Analysis: Although Thailand’s military declared martial law today, generals insist they did not stage a coup. Here’s what to expect.
That means pneumonia and dog bites could soon once again be life-threatening ailments.
After months of protests, today a court toppled Yingluck Shinawatra on dubious grounds. Her party calls it a coup.
Governments and big corporations can read the Trans-Pacific Partnership, but not you. Here are 6 ways it could change the world.
Hint: small talk, big cash.
But was it a total waste of taxpayer dollars?
Beijing calls it Sansha. Others call it expansionism that makes Putin’s Crimea grab look like child’s play.
Sorry Russians. When it comes to bingeing, you’ve got nothing on Vietnam’s women.
In this year's first episode, more than 100 workers sewing for Puma and Adidas dropped to the floor in a single day.
Others just get life behind bars.
Sorry, Hollywood. It’s nowhere near Somalia.
Maybe, say experts. Or maybe the militaries are hiding something.
If the government falls, supporters will resist with armed recruits.
The tabloids are misinformed. You'd probably agree with the captain.
Heads up: reason #5 is your fault.
The poll is sorely needed by a nation that has no idea of its population size. But rights groups urge that it be suspended.
The uprising kits kids out in anti-government kitsch, and targets the prime minister’s 10-year-old.
An historic election looms. But the Nobel laureate’s presidential ambitions are complicated by legal challenges and her tarnished reputation.
The newly opened capital of Myanmar is magnificent, even in its decay.
Thailand scraps a subsidy gambit that could topple the prime minister — and explains why Thai rice isn’t as tasty anymore.