Published May 11, 2013
Pakistan’s historic election today could have immense consequences for the region and the so-called war on terror.
Published January 19, 2013
The hope was to find scores of the famed British Spitfire planes buried at the close of the second World War in Burma.
Published January 14, 2013
Beijing has developed into an impressive modern city over the past two decades. But a tourist visiting the Chinese capital over the past four days would have difficulty seeing many of its ancient and modern landmarks because of the horrendous pollution hanging over the city.
Published January 10, 2013
A team searching for scores of lost Spitfire planes that were packed in crates and buried in Burma during the last days of World War II believes it may have hit paydirt.
Published December 23, 2012
South Korean officials say analysis of debris from the latest North Korean rocket shows it has the ability to reach the US mainland.
Published September 24, 2012
They once ruled supreme in the Philippines, dictator Ferdinand Marcos impeccably dressed in his Barong shirts and his flamboyant wife Imelda in stunning dresses and best known around the world for her massive collection of shoes.
Published September 11, 2012
Disputes between rival Asian powers over small islands in danger of sparking real clashes which could shatter hopes of a peaceful rise for this region this century and force the United States to intervene.
Published August 28, 2012
In March 2011, Mayor Jin Sato was seen as a hero when tsunamis ripped into Japan's shore following a massive earthquake.
Published August 24, 2012
The world’s largest democracy is facing a major dilemma: Should India allow free access to information or go down the route China has taken and limit access to the Google, Facebook and Twitter?
Published July 27, 2012
It appears that the mystery surrounding the beautiful woman seen beside North Korea’s young strongman Kim Jong-un has been solved.