Putin plans to leave G20 early after West blasts Russia over Ukraine
"I guess I’ll shake your hand but I have only one thing to say to you: you need to get out of Ukraine," Canadian PM Stephen Harper said to Putin.
Judging from Instagram, Queensland police are having a great time at the G20 — for now
There are 13 protests scheduled for Saturday. Here's the calm before the storm.
China's Xi urges faster APEC talks on Asia-Pacific free trade area
Some see a proposed study on the FTAAP plan as a way to divert attention from the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement backed by the United States.
Tony Abbott wants you to love coal even though it's killing the planet
It's further evidence that the Australian PM doesn't give a damn about the environment.
Here’s why demonstrators are trolling the Dalai Lama’s US tour
They chant 'Dalai Lama stop lying.' Abroad, the controversy has led to bloodshed.
Disaster officials say mudslides buried 100 people alive in Sri Lanka
'There is no chance they could have survived,' said Disaster Management Minister Mahinda Amaraweera, as other officials said 16 people were confirmed dead.
Lawmaker stripped of his post after calling for Hong Kong leader to step down
The move comes as Hong Kong protesters entered their fifth week of demonstrations, refusing to back down from demands for a fully-democratic election for the city's next leader in 2017.
GlobalPost series Myanmar Emerges wins World Media Summit journalism award
GlobalPost CEO and Founder Philip S. Balboni: ‘We are deeply honored.’
Women in Singapore are embracing pole dancing (PHOTOS)
This seductive and demanding art is not just for strippers anymore.
Democracy protesters in Hong Kong to vote on government proposals
The UN Human Rights Committee on Thursday gave a boost to the protest movement by calling on China to ensure universal suffrage in Hong Kong.
This map shows which is the deadliest infectious disease where you live
'Tuberculosis' and 'AIDS' aren't trending on Twitter, but they probably should be.
UN rights watchdog starts pressing China for a free vote in Hong Kong
Talks between pro-democracy protesters and senior officials on Tuesday failed to break a deadlock.
Hong Kong leader says elections could be 'more democratic' as talks with protesters begin
Discussion of the injection of more democracy into the formation of the nominating committee could only start later in the year, Leung Chun-ying said.
These stomach-turning photos will soon be stamped on every pack of cigarettes in India
Smoking in India is about to get a lot more difficult. Like nauseatingly difficult.
Hong Kong gov't to open talks with democracy protesters next week
Friday saw a third night of violent clashes between police and protesters, with officers using batons and pepper spray on crowds in the Mongkok shopping district.
Hong Kong leader reopens offer to hold talks with protesters
The offer came after a video of police officers beating a handcuffed demonstrator sparked anger.
North, South Korea militaries hold high-level talks
It was the first time in more than three years that military officials from the two sides have held talks.
Hong Kong police accused of allegedly beating protester to be removed from positions
Meanwhile, Prime Minister David Cameron said on Wednesday Britain should stand up for the rights of people in Hong Kong.
Australian politicians said some crazy things this week about coal, Putin, and other stuff
And it's only Wednesday.
Hong Kong authorities accused of hiring thugs after clashes at democracy protest site
It was the second time since the mass protests began that authorities had been accused of cooperating with criminal gangs.
India evacuates 150,000 as cyclone Hudhud intensifies
Cyclone Hudhud threatens to devastate farmland and fishing villages when it hits the coast Sunday morning.
These maps reveal how long you probably have to live
If you are in Japan, you've got some time. Not so much if you live in Chad.
Hong Kong calls off talks with student protesters
Meanwhile, the Justice Department handed to prosecutors the investigation of the business payout to Hong Kong's embattled leader by an Australian engineering company.
10 incredibly inspiring things about the Hong Kong protests, in photos
Facing repression and adversity, the students demonstrated restraint, hope and creativity.
Hong Kong protests dwindle as exhaustion sets in
University leaders and other movement supporters have been trying to persuade the remaining students that they should beat a tactical retreat.
India-Pakistan fighting along border kills 9 civilians
Indian Defense Minister Arun Jaitley said the army would retaliate to the latest violence.
Will Hong Kong's protesters clear the streets?
The deadline is fast approaching.
North and South Korea hold highest level talks in 5 years
The North's delegation arrived in Incheon Saturday in a trip widely expected to help thaw frosty inter-Korean ties.
Why Hong Kong police are 'celebrating' the attacks on protesters
Hatred runs both ways on the streets of Mong Kok, following an attack last night on protesters in the commercial district.
Islamic State says it has executed British hostage Alan Henning
In the 1-minute video, the Islamic State also revealed another hostage: American Peter Kassig.
Here's what the violence in Hong Kong looked like Friday night
A standoff between students protesting for democracy and their opponents turned ugly.