Farmers are planting rice for commercial production in a village in the Fukushima Prefecture.
The Silk Road project kicked off in 2013 and is meant to expand links between Europe and Asia.
Pew's survey of the ethnically and religiously diverse region showed many would not welcome minority groups as citizens, neighbors or family.
Washington considers Abu Mohammed al-Jolani to be one of the world's most wanted extremists.
Do they suggest the former NSA chief is closer to prosecution?
Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) captured the town west of ISIS's de-facto capital.
A CNN reporter tweeted that he could only distribute pictures taken by Russia because press were not admitted.
The grounding comes just days before the company was due to deliver the aircraft to an airline.
The warning came a week before Turkey's president is due to visit Washington.
The two leaders agreed to work toward peace on the Korean peninsula.
Xi appears not to grasp that for a free market to work there must be a free exchange of ideas.
Candidate suggests military aid and Shi’ite militiamen to bolster Assad was misguided.
With less than 1,000 militants left to defend its shrinking pocket of control in Mosul, the Islamic State group faces total defeat by the Iraqi army and allies.
The backlash from Beijing over a bipartisan congressional visit to the Dalai Lama in India comes as relations between Donald Trump and Xi Jinping are warming.
The DHS would not confirm Wednesday whether an announcement revising its March policy, which targeted 10 Middle Eastern and African airports, was coming.
There were 62 applications in the U.S. in January 2016. The number for November was 124, and in January it was 159.
North Korean ambassador to the U.S. Choe Il said Pyongyang isn't scared of the U.S. and would conduct a sixth nuclear weapons test on Kim Jong Un's terms.
The Chinese tested the missile after South Korea's presidential election in response to the installation of an anti-missile system, bucking previous calls for diplomacy.
It has been clear for some time that Trump wanted a servile FBI Director.
Macron's fledgling party doesn't want to seem part of the establishment—but it will need support from traditional parties' voters to wield power.
Annual event often offers a glimpse into the near future of the Kremlin’s arsenal.
In Christian-majority New Zealand, even religious leaders believe the law should go
Defense Secretary James Mattis called Russia's missile moves "destabilizing" as Moscow positions for war games with Belarus.
In Indonesia's capital, an estimated 1,000 people showed their support for the Christian Ahok, who has been sentenced to two years in prison.
Syrian and Iranian concerns regarding the U.S. and Jordan's nearby military drills were heightened when U.S. troops were seen with rebels in Syria.
Democrats used the words “Russia,” “Russian” or “Flynn” 170 times during a Senate hearing Monday.
Endowment wealth is becoming concentrated in the hands of the few—and universities aren't using it to reduce tuition or widen enrollment.
The fired FBI director leaves as Russia’s top diplomat arrives in Washington.
Ankara has lashed out at Trump administration plans to back Kurdish forces in push for ISIS capital Raqqa.
Airline chief Alan Joyce was one of 20 Australian business leaders to sign a letter in support of gay marriage in March.