Suicide attacker dies in blast in Afghan capital; explosion in mosque kills 12 in east
Mass balloon giveaway brings sudden smiles in violence-wracked Afghan capital
NKorean envoy delivers letter from Kim Jong Un to Chinese President Xi, commits to new talks
Myanmar's western Rakhine state enacts 2-child limit for Muslims to stem sectarian strife
Police say at least 17 children burned to death after gas cylinder explodes on bus in Pakistan
Authorities in eastern Afghanistan say explosives transported by suspected Taliban fighters accidentally detonated while they were stopped at a mosque, killing 12 people.
Police say that a teacher was among the 17 burned to death in eastern Pakistan when a minibus taking children to school suddenly caught fire.
At least 7 Filipino marines, 4 Abu Sayyaf militants killed in clash in southern Philippines
Taliban attack int'l compound in Afghan capital, killing 2 guards and wounding 4 aid workers
Obama's drone speech could improve ties with Pakistan even though the strikes will continue
World stocks edged lower on Friday, a day after markets around the world dropped sharply on concerns global growth is slowing and the Federal Reserve could start scaling back its monetary stimulus.
The price of oil was knocked below $94 a barrel Friday by a combination of ample supplies and lukewarm demand.
Crude oil falls below $94 a barrel with economic data pointing toward lukewarm demand
World stocks depressed following previous day's global sell-off
With fleeting reference to God, Australian evangelical draws big audience in Communist Vietnam
Abe on 1st visit to Myanmar by a Japanese PM in 36 years as Tokyo seeks deeper economic ties
Obama's speech on drones, Guantanamo welcomed in Pakistan, Yemen, but criticism remains
2 Korean former sex slaves demand Osaka mayor quit over comments justifying wartime practice
Suicidal man's jump kills 5-year-girl walking outside South Korean building, police say
Stricken Japan nuke plant struggles to keep workers in setback for decommissioning