Details remain unclear about incident that occurred in early morning hours of January 14
UN-backed court faces ongoing financial woes in recent months, as it seeks to conclude initial trial of two aging Khmer Rouge leaders
New report finds income inequality poses new risks for global economic, political stability
While President Karzai gave speech positive review, spokesman for insurgent group says US troops should withdraw 'completely and unconditionally'
North Korean ambassador says Pyongyang is committed to denuclearization but wants South Korea and the US to compromise on annual military drills
The US Special Representative for North Korea said the US is still looking for signs North Korea is willing to give up its nuclear weapons
President Aquino said the offensive aims to 'seriously degrade' the ability of the BIFF to act as spoilers to the peace deal with MILF
Hou Xin and Yuan Dong, members of Xu Zhiyong's New Citizens movement, were found guilty of 'gathering a crowd to disturb public order'
Sen. Max Baucus, President Obama's nominee for post, tells Senate hearing he will do all he can to reduce tensions between China and its neighbors and follow 'cautious' approach
Members of Kuoy hill tribe in northern Preah Vihear province demand return of land granted to Chinese companies
While eradication efforts making progress in Afghanistan and Nigeria, Pakistan is only country in the world where polio cases rose from 2012 to 2013
A spokesman for Afghan President Hamid Karzai said Tuesday there was no evidence to prove the U.S. was behind the recent suicide attack on a Lebanese restaurant in Kabul