If you haven’t yet read the latest public opinion survey released by the Pew Research Center earlier this week, then it’s time you did. Based on interviews with over 48,000 people from 44 different countries in the last five months, the survey attempts to lend some perspective to the tit-for-tat manoeuvring and out-manoeuvring of the world’s leaders on Asia’s stage. Some of the findings are interesting, to say the least?
Pakistani police say a court has indicted five relatives accused of stoning to death a pregnant woman for marrying against the family’s wishes.
Pakistan and India will revive cricketing ties next year after agreeing to play six series from 2015 until 2023.
ISLAMABAD (AP) — A Pakistani official says the government diverted a plane carrying an anti-government cleric out of security concerns.
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — The Asian Development Bank and two United Nations agencies have launched a hub that aims to mobilize investments and innovation to bring clean energy to the Asia-Pacific region, where more than 600 million people have no access to electricity and 1.8 billion others still use firewood and charcoal at home.
Burma: Troubled Rakhine state invites aid groups to return
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Australia readies 50 police to send to Ukraine for MH17 investigation
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Thailand to re-launch women-only train carriages after horrific rape-murder
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3 patients at Chinese nursing home castrated
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Tropical storm Matmo batters eastern China
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13 school children die in train-bus crash in India
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