S. Korea's Park criticizes, applauds Japan in independence-movement speech
SEOUL--President Park Geun-hye once again urged Tokyo to resolve the “comfort women” issue, but she also commended Japan for being a solid partner of South Korea for the past 50 ...
New oil pipeline highlights China’s effort to strengthen energy security
KYAUKPYU, Myanmar--China has constructed a pipeline to pump crude oil from the Bay of Bengal to southern China through Myanmar as part of an effort to ease its reliance on the...
Smog blankets the sky over Beijing in March 2014 (Asahi Shimbun file photo)
Chinese reporter's pollution documentary draws 28 million views
BEIJING--A slick new documentary on China's environmental woes has racked up more than 28 million online views in two days, underscoring growing concern in the country over the impact of air, water and soil pollution.
Son of former top military officer caught up in China corruption...
Britain's Prince William takes on diplomatic role in China
Hong Kong arrests 33 in protest against Chinese shoppers
South Korean and United States marines ride on inflatable boats during a joint landing exercise to prepare for a possible North Korea's surprise attack in waters off Ganghwa Island, located inside of the civilian passage restriction line that separates the two Koreas since the Korean War, South Korea, Feb. 10, 2015. (AP Photo)
North Korea, angered by drills, fires short-range missiles off...
SEOUL--North Korea fired two short-range missiles off its east coast on March 2, a South Korean military official said, a move seen as a protest against annual military exercises between South Korea and the United States that...
South Korean court abolishes law that illegalizes adultery
U.N. panel: N. Korea shipping firm skirts sanctions by renaming...
Gunman kills 3 in S. Korea's Sejong city, later found dead
In this Feb. 3, 2015 photo, a visitor looks at photos at a commemorative event for the 70th year of the Battle for Manila at the Ayala Museum in suburban Makati, south of Manila. (AP Photo)
Forgiving but not forgetting: 70 years later, survivors want...
MANILA--Seventy years have not dulled the memories of survivors of the monthlong Battle of Manila. The mass killings by Japanese forces, the loved ones lost and the desperation are etched in their minds, as is the elation when ...
India goes for growth, delays cut in fiscal deficit
Afghanistan dialogue with Taliban could begin in March
Palau to help with recovery of remains of Japanese soldiers

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