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The terrorist group based in Syria has vowed to spread its jihad to the South Asian country.

China could be sending the nine, including a baby, "to their deaths," human rights activists say.

The group said it attacked an Italian missionary, the third such act since September. Two other victims died.



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Pakistani officials used traceable SIM cards to identify where vaccinations were needed.

When the militants ruled Kunduz last month, they sought to reverse steps toward gender equality.

The Nobel laureate and the pro-democracy movement she leads have been fighting since 1988.

Burma’s most famous dissident is two votes away from gaining a historic margin in the country’s parliament.

Two mothers, both 39, have different takes on the change in policy: relief for one, regret for the other.

Security personnel fired warning shots to disperse demonstrators marching on the presidential palace.

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The pro-democracy leader says she will arrange talks with the president, although no official concession statement has been issued.

Chinese people ask: If our poorer neighbor can have democracy, why can't we?

The opposition’s Suu Kyi predicted an overwhelming victory, despite questions about slow counting.

Kim Jong Il in a pink track suit? A new film shows the challenges that a onetime propagandist faces.

Her opposition party confidently projects victory as the ruling party speaks of defeat. But what will happen next is unclear.

Longtime opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi appears to be edging toward victory in the nation that has been ruled by a military dictatorship.

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