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  • In Pictures Babies around the world

    A member of Brazil's Xikrin Nation holds a baby before the Indigenous Nations' Games in Pagagominas, Brazil, in November 2009. A French documentary by Thomas Balmes, "Babies," opened the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival on April 29. The Focus Features film followed four babies in four places - Mongolia, Namibia, San Francisco, and Tokyo – through their first year.

  • The Warlords: movie review

    The Warlords: movie review

    Set in 19th-century China, 'The Warlords' is crammed with gritty, exciting battles scenes as three flawed heroes overcome the odds.

  • In Pictures China's Lantern Festival

    Citizens watch a parade at Nanhou Street in Fuzhou, capital of southeast China's Fujian Province on Feb. 24. The lantern festival, held on the fifteenth day of the Lunar New Year, commemorates the end of Chinese New Year's celebrations.

  • In Pictures Faces of the World

    A baby waits in a basket to board a train in Nanjing, northeastern China.

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 01/25

    Ducks dive in search of food at a pond in Minsk, Belarus, on Monday.

  • How the world views Obama at one year

    How the world views Obama at one year

    While Obama remains a ‘rock star’ in many countries, skeptics don’t see much tangible change in US policy.

  • Number of full-body scanners at US airports to triple in 2010

    Number of full-body scanners at US airports to triple in 2010

    Full-body scanners could have foiled the Christmas Day airline bomb plot, some experts say. In 2010, US airports will add at least 150 to the 40 already in use, the TSA says. But critics say the machines won't help.

  • Briefing: Why power may shift in Japan

    Briefing: Why power may shift in Japan

    Japan’s Aug. 30 elections confront Prime Minister Taro Aso’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party with the worst crisis in its history.

  • China, Taiwan ink trade and crime-fighting deals

    The longtime rivals signed deals Sunday on boosting cross-strait flights, joint-crime fighting, and financial cooperation, but steered clear of politics.

  • Can he stop the sprawl that's eating Hong Kong’s harbor?

    Scolded by his mother for ruining her view, Winston Chu took up the battle to save Victoria Harbor. Fourteen years, 1,300 acres, and a death threat later, he’s succeeding.