Long in the doldrums, prices for the nuclear fuel are rising amid supply cuts and forecasts for stronger demand By Paul Garvey A wave of mine closures and the rollout of nuclear-power plants world-wide
Sanctions have been slapped on Russia over the Salisbury attack but atrocities are spiralling out of control elsewhere Sweeping US sanctions imposed on Russia last week as punishment for the Salisbury
After 10 years of marriage to a husband she says was a philanderer, and dealing with her suffocating in-laws, Alpa Go, a mom in Metro Manila, threw in the towel. She wanted out, for herself and her two
By Missy Ryan Missy Ryan Reporter covering the Pentagon, military issues and national security Email Bio Follow The Pentagon disinvited China from participating in a major naval exercise on Wednesday,
YANGON (Reuters) - Hundreds of people marched through Myanmar’s largest city Yangon on Monday to oppose changes to a protest law being discussed in parliament which activists warn would limit free speech.
Satellite images show that dozens of Rohingya villages were burned the week Myanmar signed an agreement with Bangladesh to repatriate hundreds of thousands of refugees, Human Rights Watch has claimed.
Beijing (CNN) — Modern Beijing was built on the backs of low-paid migrants like Zhao Guihua. The 50-something cook and cleaner is one of thousands of people critics say have been forced from their homes
North Korea The Trump administration's primary North Korea strategy would do little to curb the country's nuclear program and could trigger a famine, according to experts. After spearheading several rounds
PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen said on Monday it was “a fact” that the main opposition party would be dissolved as he spoke on the anniversary of the peace agreement that established
MARAWI CITY/CLARK, Philippines (Reuters) - The Philippines on Monday announced the end of five months of military operations in a southern city held by pro-Islamic State rebels, after a fierce and unfamiliar
Malaysia is negotiating a "no find-no fee" deal with a US company to renew the search for downed flight MH370. The government announced in a statement that it was in talks with Texas-based salvage firm
MANILA/MARAWI CITY, Philippines (Reuters) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte was eager to credit new ally Beijing in the death of militant leader Isnilon Hapilon, saying it was a Chinese rifle that
One in five children under the age of five is estimated to be acutely malnourished, requiring medical attention Nearly 340,000 Rohingya children are living in squalid conditions in Bangladesh camps where
If there was one thing almost everyone who has monitored Muslim Rohingya in Rakhine State agreed on, it was that sooner or later their plight would breed militant resistance to the authority of the state.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has demanded an “urgent explanation” from China after a British activist who has voiced concerns over eroding freedoms in Hong Kong was barred from entering the city on
A British woman and three Australians have been briefly detained by vigilantes amid mass panic in Indian-administered Kashmir over a spate of alleged “braid choppings”. Police in the Himalayan region they
Beijing unshakably opposed to foreign interference, says foreign ministry after Benedict Rogers turned away at border China has rebuffed criticism of its decision to bar a prominent British activist from
Philippines president Duterte says he could throw out EU diplomats 'within 24 hours' in expletive-filled tirade
Firebrand Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte has warned the EU and UN that he could throw out their ambassadors within 24 hours if they continue to “interfere” in his brutal war against drugs. “You think
By Fareed Zakaria Fareed Zakaria Columnist focusing on foreign affairs Email Bio Follow Columnist The confrontation between the United States and North Korea is in a more dangerous zone than at any point
MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte voiced rare praise for the United States on Thursday, calling it an important security ally, and dismissing historic grievances and his slew of tirades