Victims include three Thais, two Russians and a Chinese passenger
The Red Shirts and the Yellow Shirts are agreeing on something for once — and that is, that neither side wants to forgive the other
Once a child soldier for the Khmer Rouge, Aki Ra now rids the killing fields of their deadly mines
There are only 400 Sumatran tigers left in the world because most of their habitat has been eaten up by oil-palm plantations in just two years
Policy aimed at restarting peace talks but hugely unpopular with Israeli public
Dinh Nhat Uy receives a 15-month suspended sentence for using the social network to call for the release of his activist brother
The vast plaza at the heart of China’s capital is the most politically sensitive location in the country, and has long attracted protesters seeking to express grievances. TIME charts some key moments.
Charges relate to crackdown on Red Shirt anti-government protesters in May 2010 that resulted in 85 dead and 1,378 injured
Hu Wanlin, 64, is linked to more than 140 deaths in the 1990s
But the blame doesn’t lie on foreign multinationals. The problems are systemic and rooted in the fledgling nation’s woeful infrastructure.
Nations want massive American digital surveillance reined in
Sensing change in the air, an emboldened opposition takes on strong-arm ruler Hun Sen