GANGTOK, September 19, 2011 - An earthquake rocked a vast swathe of northeastern India and Himalayan states, triggering power cuts and panic as at least 36 people died including in Tibet and at Britain's embassy in Nepal.
WASHINGTON, September 19, 2011 - President Barack Obama will Monday call for new deficit cuts of $3.0 trillion but warn Republicans he will veto any bill that trims healthcare for the elderly without hiking taxes on the rich.
PHNOM PENH, September 17, 2011- Former Thai leader Thaksin Shinawatra met Cambodia's premier in Phnom Penh Saturday for the first time since his sister took power in Thailand, but an official said politics was not on the agenda.
LOS ANGELES, September 17, 2011 - At least two people were killed and 54 injured when a vintage aircraft ploughed into spectators at an air show in the US state of Nevada, officials and reports said.
COPENHAGEN, September 15, 2011- Denmark's centre-left was on Friday celebrating victory, and the country's first woman prime minister, after narrowly winning a general election to end a decade in opposition.
OSLO, September 15, 2011 - Two people died and around a dozen were injured in a fire that broke out in the engine room of a Norwegian fjord cruise ship on Thursday, forcing hundreds to evacuate, officials said.
A vehicle designed to carry only a handful of passengers has been caught transporting eight times its legal capacity.
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — The university math students heard the crash, saw the smoke and knew they had to act quickly. A motorcyclist had just collided with a car and was pinned beneath the flaming, twisted metal wreckage.
PHNOM PENH, September 12, 2011- Fugitive former Thai leader Thaksin Shinawatra will visit Phnom Penh this week for the first time since his sister took power in Thailand, Cambodian premier Hun Sen said Monday.
Tears flowed and bells tolled at Ground Zero as Americans marked the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks in a rare moment of unity for a country still shaken by the horrific terror strikes.
KUALA LUMPUR, September 11, 2011 - The long-serving former Malaysian premier Mahathir Mohamad says Arab Muslims are incapable of carrying out the 9/11 attacks on the United States that killed nearly 3,000 people.
MAE SOT, September 11, 2011- Risking prison or death if caught by a regime that sees him as the enemy, medic Saw Poe Aye roams the Myanmar jungle helping people trapped in one of the world's oldest civil wars.
PHNOM PENH, September 8, 2011 - A Cambodian court on Thursday sentenced a middle-aged British man to 12 years in prison for paying for sex with three underage girls, one as young as nine.
THIS is the horrific moment a woman was brutally tossed about like a rag doll by a polar bear.
The hockey world was left stunned Thursday after a plane carrying a major Russian ice hockey team to their season-opening match crashed shortly after take-off, killing at least 43 people.
The death toll from dozens of wildfires that destroyed more than 700 Texas homes in just three days rose to four after crews discovered two bodies in the charred wreckage.
PERTH, September 5, 2011 - A hunt was under way Monday for a shark that killed a 21-year-old man as police praised the courage of two surfers who brought his body back to shore.
SEOUL, September 5, 2011 - South Korea's Samsung Electronics said Monday it has withdrawn its new tablet computer from a major electronics fair in Berlin after a German court accepted a complaint from US rival Apple.
MONTREAL, September 5, 2011 - China offered huge stockpiles of weapons to Moamer Kadhafi during the final months of his regime and held secret talks on shipping them through Algeria and South Africa, The Globe and Mail reported.
WASHINGTON, September 3, 2011 - US officials have approved the distribution of a gay-themed magazine at Army and Air Force bases for the first time, coinciding with the end of a ban on openly gay troops, activists said Friday.