Photos from around the region
Imran Khan hopes to replicate his success on the cricket pitch in the field of Pakistani politics.
China newly rich are spending their money on lavish goods.
Three blasts ripped through India’s financial hub, killing at least 17.
The sister of the exiled prime minister won his old office.
After 34 years, world’s longest-serving democratically elected communist party loses power.
A collection of popular works of Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, who was arrested by the Chinese police.
Continued photo coverage from the front lines.
Governments around the world are questioning the use of nuclear power.
Aerial photos reveal the scale of the devastation.
A massive earthquake and tsunami struck the eastern coast of Japan.
Advocates worry that programs aiding women are being rolled back.
Pakistan’s federal minorities minister gunned down.
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