A dispute over possible deployment has brought sharp words between Seoul and Beijing. Foreign ministers of S. Korea, China, and Japan will meet for the first time in three years Saturday amid tensions over security, territory, and wartime history.
Four women from an indigenous group in rural Philippines were trained as solar engineers in India. Soon, they'll be changing lives, one light at a time.
Slavery ended almost 127 years ago in Brazil. Rio de Janeiro is working to create a new memorial that goes beyond the expected, emphasizing connections between the African continent and Brazil.
After Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu scored a victory in the country's elections, both sides of the table express their confidence and concerns with a future governed by the Likud leader.
With hackers lurking on your network for more than seven months on average, companies need to better work on keeping threats out in the first place -- and to do that, they need threat intelligence, said AlertLogic's Chief Security Evangelist Stephen Coty at a Passcode event on the sidelines of South by Southwest on Monday.
The storm killed at least 24 people and has left over 3,300 homeless in the South Pacific nation. Officials say the country's early warning system helped it avoid a more sweeping death toll.
Wesley Boone watched children play soccer using a rock or scraps of cloth as a ball. That inspired him to found Gear Going Global, which sends gently used sports equipment to children in developing countries.