Outgoing House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers says President Obama needs to begin destroying the rebels' training camps and supply lines in Syria.
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The unusually fast sentencing of over 300 terror suspects, mainly ethnic Uighurs in Xinjiang Province, raises concern among human rights watchers.
While Foxconn goes on a hiring spree in China, it decides to close a factory in India, revealing the ebb and flow of our global smart phone economy.
Nearly six times more Indian tourists travel to China than vice versa. The Indian government is rolling out a tourism campaign in Chinese cities, but faces public skepticism.
Paleontologists in China have unearthed the first five intact, three-dimensional eggs of 100-million-year-old winged reptiles.
In 'Congo,' Belgian author and historian David Van Reybrouck tells a story rife with plunder, exploitation, violence, corruption – and human resiliency.
The killing of 900 to 2,000 people mostly happened on side streets and was a shock to supporters who rallied behind the students.
Official efforts to scrub the Tiananmen Square massacre from memory – and keep foreigners away from the site – has led to some bizarre incidents.
Harsh security on the anniversary of the pro-democracy protest suggests deep official concern about any potential unrest. But many Chinese don't know what happened – and may not care.