The man, surnamed Cao and from the eastern city of Qingdao, is awaiting trial, state broadcaster CCTV said
Paktika provincial spokesman Mukhles Afghan said at least 50 more were wounded in the attack in Paktika province
If one mentions “to forget or to ignore” somewhere as Muslim World, the first thing we would think of must be Kashmir
Since 2009 Ampatuan Massacre nobody convicted and four witnesses slain
School children caught in stampede among 54 injured after quake hits Sichuan province, officials say
The lower house of Afghan parliament has approved controversial security agreements with the U.S. and NATO that allow foreign troops to stay beyond 2014
Correspondents association denounces ban on Hong Kong journalists who 'heckled' president
Thailand's lese-majeste law is the world's harshest and makes it a crime to defame, insult or threaten the king, queen or heir to the throne or regent.
A soldier was killed and another wounded during the clash with the Abu Sayyaf’s Sihata Latip
High-speed trains were halted, but there were no immediate reports of serious damage from the quake
Search for missing 4-month-old continues along river in North Sumatra province after parents lose lives
The National Intelligence Coordinating Agency recommended the ban last June because the journalists were disrespectful of the president
Prejudice against the Muslim minority known as Rohingyas is widespread and many have no right to citizenship.
Modi used a Twitter message to announce Obama as the chief guest on Republic Day, which marks the enactment of India's constitution on Jan. 26, 1950.
The land reclamation project was China's fourth in the Spratly Islands in the last 12 to 18 months and by far the largest, IHS Jane's said.
Plans to resettle refugees in Cambodia questioned over country's poor record
Pakistan sees the latest round of Chinese investments as key to its efforts to solve power shortages that have crippled its economy.
Prejudice against the Muslim minority is widespread in Myanmar, which says many have no right to citizenship, despite having lived in the area for generations.
Chris Patten rejected Chinese charges that Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters were puppets of foreigners as a "slur" on a "wonderfully principled" movement.
Modi is the first prime minister to publicly back the view that holy texts show many discoveries of modern science were made by ancient Indians
The challenge from within his own ranks will be a blow for Rajapaksa, who is seeking an unprecedented third term and remains popular leader despite foreign criticism