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Mideast politics may be fraught, but there's one thing diplomats, kings and statesmen can agree on — the ice cream at Syria's Bakdash.
Orthodox and Catholics counter Islamic resurgence with jubilant expressions of their own devotion.
Kurdistan is not Iraq, its citizens say again and again.
In and around Lhasa, division, mutual contempt — and sometimes violence — are a way of life, no matter the date.
Between crackdowns on social freedoms, Phnom Penh cancels a beauty pageant for landmine victims.
Comedians attack NGO workers as gold chain-wearing, Mercedes-Benz-driving swindlers. Funny, maybe. But is it true?
Due to its troubled past, Cambodia is a leading exporter of demining expertise.
UN-backed court examines the torture and murder perpetrated by the Khmer Rouge.