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Obama Lectures Modi on Religious Tolerance
Gum-chewing president cites Gandhi on power of diversity.
TransAsia Airways Plane Crashes in Typhoon-Hit Taiwan, Killing 47
The plane, a 70-seat turboprop ATR Model 72, crashed near the runway with 54 passengers and four crew on board
Anti-China Riots in Vietnam Leave Over 20 Dead
A huge foreign steel project was set ablaze as the riots spread to the center of the country a day after arson and looting in the south
A League of Its Own
Champions past and present are signing up to play a new kind of tennis
What Did Obama Accomplish in Asia?
President Barack Obama just returned from Asia, but as a South Korean newspaper put it, the "U.S. cannot exert leadership in Asia only with words"
South Korean Prime Minister Resigns
Chung Hong-won stepped down over the government's response to the Sewol ferry tragedy, in which over 300 people died or are missing
'We Will Not Hesitate to Use Our Military Might'
Speaking from Seoul, President Barack Obama reassured South Korea that it would defend it against "provocations" from the North
Calculators and 100,000 Teachers Used in Burma Census
The country's first census in 30 years is being faulted for not counting Rohingyas, a persecuted minority
Obama's Asia Pivot Fails to Materialize
For all of the talk of rebalancing America's foreign policy, the U.S. remains preoccupied with the usual suspects.