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China's defence budget rose by 12.2 per cent in 2014, riding on a multi-year run of double-digit increases.
Chinese Foreign Ministry said the law is necessary to fight terrorism, and that China hopes "US will regard this in a calm and objective way."
The four convicts being transferred will be executed simultaneously by a firing squad.
The demonstrators want the government to scrap a newly passed education law that they say curbs academic freedom.
North Korean media had suggested the Ebola virus was created by the U.S. military for use as a biological weapon.
The state media pilloried Britain after Prime Minister David Cameron met with the Dalai Lama, the exiled Tibetan leader reviled by Beijing.
Afghan troops have been slowly pushing up through a fertile river valley in the southern Helmand province.
Sri Lankan President has said that he deliberately avoided having CEPA talks with India during his recent visit.
Hong Kong police arrests people after unrest in the latest protest against the growing influx of mainland Chinese shoppers.
Prince William makes the first official visit to mainland China by a senior British royal in a generation.
During the 2013 drills, tension rose amid North Korean rhetoric that included vows of nuclear strikes on Washington and Seoul.
Nasheed was arrested for his alleged role in the 2012 arrest of a senior judge while he was president.
The mangled wreckage, the largest part of the plane retrieved, was pulled from the sea Friday.
Ten Abu Sayyaf militants were killed in a two-hour clash on Friday after the army pounded their jungle lair.
Kim's comments came after South Korea and the United States on Friday conducted a joint naval drill.
Aung Nay Myo was detained on a charge of violating the 1950 Emergency Provision Act.
Lee was the first Prime Minister of independent Singapore and led the govt for three decades till 1990.
The US Geological Service said the temblor had a preliminary magnitude of 7.0.
India voiced concern over the "arrest and manhandling" of the former president.
At least five foreigners have been arrested and deported this year for taking nude photos at sacred sites.
William laid a wreath at a cemetery in Yokohama, where British, Australian, Indian are buried who died in Japan as prisoners of war
The incident follows another shooting on Wednesday when a gunman shot and killed three people in Sejong City.
The Afghan army deployed 1,000 soldiers in the Panjshir Valley, to help in the rescue efforts.
South Korean court abolished law that bans extramarital affairs; stock price of prominent condom maker immediately shot up 15%.
US-trained army commandos on Thursday killed 14 Islamist militants belonging to the al-Qaeda-linked Abu Sayyaf group in the first major battle this year on a remote southern island, as the Philippines stepped up efforts to rescue foreign hostages. The Abu Sayyaf is the smallest but most deadly of several Muslim groups fighting for independence in […]
Singapore's first prime minister Lee Kuan Yew on life support in an intensive care unit: PMO office
The attack is the first known on a Turkish target in the Afghan capital.
The Duke of Cambridge is making his first visit to Japan, starting Thursday.
The comments injected new tension into an already strained relationship between the close allies.
World's oldest organ might not be played anymore because of lack of funds needed to maintain it.
Gunmen in southern Afghanistan kidnapped 30 members of the Hazara ethnic community.
US has asked the Maldivian government to take steps to restore confidence in their commitment to democracy.
Nepal to improve weather forecasting systems, step up security and promise swift rescues if needed during the upcoming climbing season on Everest.
A court in Thailand sentenced two theatre activists for insulting the country's monarchy.
Nasheed resigned as President in 2012 following weeks of public protests against his order to arrest Criminal Court Judge.