Activists have disrupted air and rail travel, and refuse to leave government grounds.
Letters from a British soldier posted as a blog have gained a huge following.
About 3,200 former militants have completed the ambitious program aimed at persuading them to disavow violent Islamist ideologies.
Paul Theroux retraces his epic railway journey, 30 years later.
Former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, facing corruption charges, fled to England this week. His absence may hurt the pro-Thaksin ruling party but also ease political strife.
The wish list includes continued security aid to balance China, greater engagement, and trade.
International banks expect real estate prices to fall 25 percent, and annual GDP growth to slow.
Singapore, Stockholm, and London tinker with variable toll pricing. New York wants to join the club. But does it work?
The US had failed her. So Anita Jain turned to her ancestral home to provide a husband.
Measures include checkpoints around the city and missiles by the Olympic stadium.