Both presidential hopefuls in Saturday's election want to boost economic relations.
The opposition rejected a second candidate Wednesday.
Broad Internet controls have blocked YouTube and most chat rooms.
At Repkong monastery in central China, monks see more police.
Last week's meeting generated talk of a secret side deal to end an 11-week impasse.
The Olympics in China offer Tibetans a chance to draw world attention to human rights issues.
Tibetans threw stones at Chinese troops and set fire to buildings Friday.
Dulci Donata opened Home of Joy to serve ethnic minorities fleeing violence.
The ousted Thai prime minister, who returned Thursday, faces corruption charges and a divided nation.
The New York Philharmonic played Thursday in Seoul. Can their Korea tour restart the dismantling of North's weapons program?
Tuesday's concert was a rousing success. Now, rock guitarist Eric Clapton has been invited to play in Pyongyang.
U.S. Secretary of State Rice visits Asia to boost the six-party deal, N.Y. Philharmonic plays in Pyongyang.
Keen not to taint Olympics, and under pressure from West, Beijing sends envoy to Khartoum with strong words.
The government's surprise announcement to hold a constitutional referendum is being met with deep skepticism.
The Japan Aisaika ("Devoted Husbands") Organization wants men to view marriage as a relationship, not a status.
From ultra-long hula hoop sessions to living in a glass cage with scorpions, Malaysians are piling up world's-best titles.
The bold attack on President Ramos-Horta raises key concerns about efforts to rebuild security forces.
Prime Minister Kevin Rudd says the gesture will remove a "blight on the nation's soul."
The regime has watched the media more closely since last September's uprising by monks.
The state tried in recent weeks to soothe the ethnic minority's longtime grievances.