Cheating in school is commonplace, but mysterious deaths make this probe into test-rigging different.
As few as 2 percent of Chinese 6-month-olds are breast-fed, one of the world’s lowest rates.
Millions of Indians tune in nightly to hear tales evoking memories of a vanishing small-town way of life.
No troops were reported among the casualties of the blast, which shook buildings in the diplomatic enclave.
Fifty nations — but not the U.S. — joined the institution, which China vows will be “lean, clean and green.”
Sport shooters express bafflement about the lack of U.S. controls in the wake of the Charleston killings.
The government plans to spend $7.5 billion modernizing older cities and building new ones by 2022.
Health officials said the heat has killed more than 600 people in Sindh province, mostly in Karachi.
The insurgents on Monday were less than four miles from Kunduz, triggering fears they could capture their first Afghan city since U.S.-backed forces toppled the hard-line Islamist regime in late 2001.
Rivers are running dry, bad news for a country reliant on hydropower.
As Afghans leave their country to fight for the Islamic State, some wonder if they’ll bring new threats back home.
The vote could set the stage for more political confrontations in the former British colony.
Weeks of strident statements on both sides of the border had worried American officials.
The instruction, issued in a letter, came amid fighting between the two sides in many areas in recent weeks.
The offensive against militants has cut terror attacks, but problems are growing across the Afghan border.