Massive Chinese developments inside Tibet, including hydro-power dams and large scale mining projects, are sparking concerns of major environmental degradation in the region.
On Monday, President Obama pledged $4 billion in American investments and loans to India but said trade between the world's two largest democracies is still marked by 'so much untapped potential'.
In a visit promising symbolism and substance, U.S. President Barack Obama arrived Sunday in New Delhi with a pledge to take the U.S-India relationship to a new level.
Malaysia Airlines is trying to recover from twin disasters last year.
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Japanese PM says Tokyo will not give in to terrorism, calls for immediate release of remaining Japanese captive, free-lance journalist Kenji Goto
Yingluck will face a criminal charge in Thailand's Supreme Court; If convicted, she could face a maximum of 10 years in prison.
The bodies were found strapped in their seats during the search Thursday.
Myanmar, thousands of refugees have returned home in recent years, drawn by democratic changes, a growing economy and loosened restrictions on political freedoms. But not everyone is welcome.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says militant group's demand to pay ransom in exchange for lives of hostages is unforgivable.
Losang Gyatso, head of the Tibetan language service, speaks with author Michael Buckley, describing recent environmental issues on Tibet’s rivers, some of which feed the Mekong River.
Lao officials say they have done what they can to allay concerns of downstream countries over the dam, which environmental groups warn could have devastating impacts on the Mekong River’s fish and communities that rely on them.