Shanghai’s stock exchange hit a two-year low as the trade war escalated.
Restricted or forbidden in Myanmar, pants are becoming a social statement for male refugees.
No one can predict when — or if — sanctions on Pyongyang will be eased. But companies in the South are busy preparing.
After days of cordial mingling with the other side, the Taliban said it would resume fighting.
Like Donald Trump, Khaltmaa Battulga casts himself as an anti-establishment figure.
But violence in the province of Nangahar threatened to undercut the positive momentum.
Young men danced and sang in the streets as the first truce in the 16-year war began.
The strike eliminated a notorious insurgent held responsible for bloody attacks on schoolchildren in Pakistan.
Aboard the Trans-Siberian Railroad, World Cup fans came face to face with Russia.
The president said North Korea is “no longer” a nuclear threat as questions are raised over their meeting.
No U.S.-South Korean military exercises? The North Korean leader visiting the United States? It’s almost too much, too fast for many South Koreans.
The stork was the latest international symbol of the harm done to wildlife by plastic waste.
The Singapore summit was a propaganda triumph for the young leader.
Japan's government is left with only a promise by Trump that Kim will somehow address the issue of abductions that took place in the 1970s and 1980s.
The two leaders hope to stage a spectacle, even as their representatives struggle to find common ground.