TOKYO (AP) — The Japan Swimming Federation has suspended Naoya Tomita until March 31, 2016 after the swimmer was allegedly caught stealing a camera at the Asian Games.
What is left to photograph in a city like Beijing, where millions of tourists take snapshots every year and nearly everyone carries a smartphone equipped with a camera? Much, if one is interested in Héctor Peinador’s photographic exhibition, ‘End of Line: an Archeology of Silence.’
TOKYO (AP) — A scientist who helped to discover the Ebola virus says he is concerned that the disease could spread to China given the large numbers of Chinese workers travelling to and from Africa.
India’s new Prime Minister Narendra Modi is galvanizing his administration to clear long-pending defense projects that will bolster India’s operational military capabilities, stepping up reforms and raising limits on foreign direct investment in defense production to 49 percent from 26 percent.
YANGON, Burma/Myanmar (AP) — Burma President Thein Sein and commander-in-chief Min Aung Hlaing will jointly meet opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi for the first time Friday, less than two weeks before the arrival of President Barack Obama and other world leaders.
10 killed, 30 injured in Nepal bus collision
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New US general seeks China air safety dialogue
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Antarctic marine reserve plans fail to move ahead
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China experimental moon orbiter returns
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UN resolution urges Burma to drop identity plan
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US blacklists Burma ruling party lawmaker
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