Two nations will resume their Strategic Dialogue on Monday, and they are hoping to end years of acrimony over such issues as drone strikes and raid that killed Osama bin Laden
Massive project affecting 2.3 million people has been denounced by Tibetans living in exile and by Chinese environmental activists
Fearing contamination after Fukushima nuclear meltdown, VOA reporter Steve Herman faces parting with 'lucky boots'
Some artists complain about new rules that they say will tighten government's control over political expression
Competitors look to their native countries to find alternate routes to Sochi
Reference to WWI, which broke out unexpectedly, despite close economic ties between rising and fading empires, did not go unnoticed
African Wildlife Foundation applauds action, calls on others to do the same
Economists hopeful about a return to robust growth after two-year recession
Judges rule it will be up to Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and the Election Commission chairman to agree on a new date
East Timor alleges Australia used spies to gain an unfair advantage during negotiations over oil and gas revenue a decade ago
The Press Trust of India said the court, led by Chief Justice P. Sathasivam, expressed shock over the incident
National Defense Commission sends open letter to officials saying Pyongyang is 'determined to create an atmosphere of reconciliation and unity'