A court in India sentences three people to death for carrying out 2003 bombings that killed more than 50 people in Mumbai.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warns Eritrea the US will "take action" if it continues to back militants in Somalia.
Thousands attend the funeral of Harry Patch, the last surviving British soldier from the trenches of World War I.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton echoes remarks made by President Barack Obama during July trip to Ghana
Public prosecutor welcomes sentences; lawyers for the Indian national convicted of murder, criminal conspiracy plan appeal
Officials say wedding guests were riding in trailer towed by tractor when bomb went off in Helmand province, five wounded
Spokesman says attacks that targeted Israeli citizens were 'unlawful and unjustifiable'
Republican Eric Cantor says Iran is primary obstacle to Middle East peace because it poses threat to Israel, US if it develops nuclear weapons
|The latest wave of 4,000 displaced Karen refugees settle in at temporary camps in Thailand, awaiting their fate of permanent displacement or a return to their village.|
|By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS|
|A Malaysian court sentenced six Burmese immigrants to death for murdering a man in a gang fight.|
|QUOTE OF THE DAY|
| I expect that the authorities of Myanmar will respond positively and in a timely manner to the expectations and concerns and repeated calls of the international community to release all political prisoners and particularly Daw Aung San Suu Kyi. |
— UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon
|By JOHANNA SON|
|Filipinos have said their last farewells to Corazon Aquino, paying tribute to her great contributions to democracy and good governance.|
|By WAI MOE|
|The Burmese military authorities have begun beefing up security around the lakeside home of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi. |
|By ARKAR MOE|
|Monks at a temple in Yenangyaung, Magway Division, say they were forced to call off a ceremony to recite the Buddha’s discourse on loving-kindness. |
|By SAW YAN NAING|
|More than 200,000 amphetamine tablets have been seized at Rangoon International Airport and near the Burmese-Thai border town of Tachelik. |
|By SHIZUO KAMBAYASHI|
|Hiroshima's mayor urged global leaders to back US President's call to abolish nuclear weapons as Japan marked the 64th anniversary of the world's first atomic bomb attack.|
A regional human rights body has urged Thailand’s government to protect children of migrant parents, from arrest and forced repatriation. On Wednesday, the Hong Kong-based... Ban Ki-moon, United Nations Secretary-General on Wednesday reiterated his and the international community’s expectation from Burma’s ruling junta on the release of political....
At least 15,000 villagers in southern Shan State have been forced from their homes and into the jungle, leading many to cross over the border with Thailand, as the ruling... Burma’s Censor Board under the Ministry of Information has imposed a new time limit and altered requirements for weekly journals in presenting their draft copies. Starting...