Kyrgyzstan's new leaders moved to consolidate their hold on power today (Saturday), restoring order after two days of massive looting and street violence that left at least three people dead and many more injured.
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian and hundreds of thousands of protesters took to the streets of Taipei today (Saturday) to oppose a new law in China that authorizes military action if the island seeks formal independence.
The Bush administration has announced plans to sell an undetermined number of F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan.
The World Food Program is warning that food stocks in North Korea are dipping to dangerously low levels.
A columnist for a weekly newspaper in the Philippines has been gunned down, becoming the second journalist to be murdered in the country this year.
Hundreds of protesters clashed with police in riot gear today (Saturday) outside a remote immigration detention center in southern Australia.
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