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Germany, often accused of stepping too lightly on the world stage, has taken an unusually vocal and active stand over the Ukrainian crisis and is helping mediate an end to the turmoil.
2014/2/23
Facebook's stunning US$19 billion deal for messaging service WhatsApp places the social network in an arena where competition is fierce, particularly in Asia, where fast-growing chat rivals dominate their home markets.
2014/2/22
“It will have blood; they say, blood will have blood.” The line from Shakespeare's Macbeth might easily have been written about the legacy of World War I.
2014/2/21
“It will have blood; they say, blood will have blood.” The line from Shakespeare's Macbeth might easily have been written about the legacy of World War I.
2014/2/21
The possible withdrawal of all U.S. forces from Afghanistan would hamper manhunts for al-Qaida militants in neighboring Pakistan, forcing Washington to find alternative bases for its drone flights, officials and experts say.
2014/2/21
It is a ritual supposed to keep women “pure,” but an increased understanding of the severe health risks of extreme forms of female genital mutilation appears to be slowly rolling back its prevalence in Somalia's northwest.
2014/2/21
More than 20 families came to Shanti Auluck's home in New Delhi with their sons, keen at first to arrange a marriage with her daughter in an age-old Indian custom.
2014/2/21
As the bombs and grenades ripped through the trenches, the Great Powers were also waging another deadly battle, using the power of words and images to recruit, cajole and shock in “the first modern propaganda war.”
2014/2/20
After years of rolling blackouts that have wreaked havoc on industry and fuelled political unrest, energy-starved Pakistan has set its sights on a coal-fired future.
2014/2/20
Thirty years ago, South Korea's state broadcaster KBS decided to help reunite families separated by the chaos of the Korean War, and put together a live TV special with a 95-minute time slot.
2014/2/20
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