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The U.S. president said "acts of intolerance" in India would have shocked Gandhi.

The air in New Delhi is the worst in the world, according to a World Health Organization report last year.

Once a proponent of sending in specialized troops to help the Iraqi army battle the Islamic State, the senator, after meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, said ground troops are “not what they [the Iraqis] need.”

Nine-year-old jokingly observes that China's president might like to lose some weight, but censors don't get the joke.

He presides over a one-party state that silences its critics ruthlessly. But China’s President Xi Jinping is not only wildly popular in his own country, he could be the most popular world leader globally, a new survey shows.

The Russian president proved at a world summit Monday night that his irrepressible masculinity also has a suave side.

The two leaders spoke face-to-face for the first time.

Friday is the 70th Anniversary of D-Day. We'll have the latest updates from events and commemorations in Europe and the U.S.

Why the deal signed in Manila is the most important event of Obama's Asia tour

President Obama signaled that the U.S. may not transfer wartime command over South Korean troops as planned in 2015

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