Gunman in Afghanistan: Five men were arrested today in connection with the second killing of a top policewoman in less than two months.
This week's round-up of Good Reads includes the case for growing meat with stem cells, Thailand's draconian defamation laws, Kazakhstan's new role in the war against terrorism, a lamp that is changing villages in Kenya, and why it really doesn't matter if you don't take Algebra II.
The brutal rape in Mumbai was the latest in a number of vicious crimes against women that have battered India's image.
When North Korea shut down the industrial park it jointly maintained with South Korea in April, it ratcheted tensions to a new high.
Analysts say that North Korea may be holding out for a high-profile visitor from the US before allowing Kenneth Bae’s release.
This week's round-up of Good Reads includes a profile of Olympian Missy Franklin, American sitcoms in Kyrgyzstan, a strange TV phenomenon in Norway, a 'slow friend' backlash to Facebook, and productive early risers.
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This week's roundup of Good Reads includes a remedy for writer's block, a call to eat insects, a growing culture of sharing, countering the false perception of Europe's decline, and a nuclear Kazakhstan.
The famous cricketer-turned-politician will miss final days of election campaigning as he recovers in a hospital named for his mother, but his party could benefit from a wave of concern.
The change in New Zealand's law could pressure neighbors such as Australia to consider revising their laws.
This week's round-up of Good Reads includes helping dogs who come home from war zones, the dilemma behind telling Malala Yousafzai's story, why more mothers aren't choosing marriage, and a quest to bring back the wooly mammoth.