Chinese state media has accused Australia of "hypocrisy in upholding so-called 'freedom of the press'", a day after two Australian journalists were forced to flee the country.
Local businessmen worry they may have to sell land to outsiders to stay afloat.
A year after its autonomy was revoked, Kashmir continues to be a mess of human rights violations.
In a region scarred decades of violence, a viral photo shared by Indian security forces has intensified tensions.
Military officials and experts explain why the use of primitive weapons, in the killings between Chinese and Indian soldiers, are intentional.
Not only does India import seven times more from China than it exports to it, it’s also heavily dependent on Chinese herbs to make medicines.
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We spoke to five experts for their thoughts.
Albert Lores' photos capture the lives of people who have been forced to paint messages on their doors to avoid being bombed.
“Some people have been wearing the niqab for over 30 years and it is a very big part of their identity. Are they not citizens of this country? What about their rights?”
The urge is often involuntary—and has little to do with actual remorse.
"I spent months gorging on as much fast food as possible. I added mayo to everything I ate, and even had it on its own as a snack between meals."