Naypyidaw calls visit turning point, but observers say military's refusal to accept responsibility for violence against Rohingya a big problem.
The Philippine president has won favor with Beijing by sidestepping public pressure to protest its military use of the South China Sea.
Aid workers are providing hot meals, and treating malnourished children, but mothers need more support to keep their children well fed.
The world is close to eliminating polio, but some parents won’t vaccinate their children against measles.
Taiwan has lost three formal diplomatic allies to China since 2016, and strengthening informal ties with Washington offset them.
Advocates say human rights, abductions must carry as much weight as nuclear missiles.
A seven-member delegation from Washington is in Beijing to address concerns about China’s economic policies as both look to avoid trade war.
China’s Defense and Foreign Ministries deny the accusation.
These economic investments are prohibited by UN sanctions and would require a Security Council exemption.
New Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says America’s ‘eyes are wide open’ on negotiations with North Korea.
May and June bring cyclones and monsoons to southeastern Bangladesh; aid groups warn harsh weather will cause landslides, floods, and disease outbreaks in refugee camps.