Millions of people across Britain and Europe paused for a moment of silence today (Thursday) to remember victims of last week's London terrorist bombings.
Negotiators from the United States, South Korea and Japan are meeting in Seoul to coordinate strategy for compelling North Korea to give up its nuclear programs.
A double suicide bombing has killed at least one person in Baghdad, one day after a suicide attack in the capital killed at least 27 people, most of them children.
A Japanese energy company says Tokyo has given it permission to drill in a gas field in the East China Sea along a disputed sea border with China.
Thailand says it will offer anti-retroviral drugs at almost no cost to people with HIV/AIDS.
The Asia Development Bank says greater private sector investment is needed to help develop Asia's Mekong region.
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