China’s only-child generation is delaying marriage and doting on animals. Some are using the Internet to spin that into money and fame.
Hundreds of thousands of troops will guard polling stations — what some see as proof that the military intends to control the results.
Abdurrashid Dostum, a former warlord accused of beating, then ordering the rape of a political rival, returned to a welcome home ceremony Sunday in Kabul, then a deadly bombing.
A social experiment is underway as schools in the capital focus on well-being.
At least 160 people have died this month in political attacks, leaving the nation on edge as it prepares to vote on a new prime minister.
Experts fear for the survival of the reclusive creature, the world’s most trafficked mammal.
President Ashraf Ghani’s government has been negotiating a return after the controversial vice president fled to Turkey last year amid sexual assault charges.
A Vietnamese court ordered William Nguyen deported after he was held for a month for participating in the demonstration.
A NATO spokesman said an on-the-ground assessment showed no indication that the strikes caused the deaths.
Experts say sanctions caused the country’s GDP to shrink by 3.5 percent last year.
An editorial said South Korea has exaggerated its role in denuclearization talks between Pyongyang and Washington.
The young Thai soccer players described how they survived trapped deep inside a cave.
Three cave-diving specialists from the resort island of Koh Tao were key members of the team that saved the lives of 12 boys and their soccer coach.
The court blamed rising intolerance and circulation of “fake news” for the spate of recent killings.
The remains of as many as 55 troops killed during the Korean War could be returned by July 27, the 65th anniversary of the signing of the armistice that ended the conflict.