China successfully carried out its first docking exercise on Thursday between two unmanned spacecraft, a key test of the rising power's plans to secure a long-term manned foothold in space.
PHNOM PENH, November 1, 2011- Two high-ranking Cambodian army generals have been arrested for allegedly trafficking methamphetamine, police said Tuesday.
A freak accident in rural Zhejiang Province in China. A taxi crashed into the right side of a Volvo S40 sedan pushing it right against the back of a truck loaded with scrap metal, the metal fell down from the truck and straight through the front window of the Volvo.
WASHINGTON, October 28, 2011 - Thailand has asked a US destroyer to extend its stay at a main port to allow American helicopters to survey deadly flood waters that have triggered an exodus from Bangkok, the Pentagon said Friday.
WASHINGTON, October 29, 2011 - The massive flooding in Thailand is disrupting supplies of hard disk drives (HDDs) for the world's personal computer makers, according to companies and market intelligence firms.
SEOUL, October 27, 2011- Severe floods in Thailand have disrupted a favoured escape route for North Koreans fleeing their homeland, a report said Thursday.
TOKYO, October 28, 2011 - Tokyo is to allow thousands of Thai workers employed by flood-hit Japanese firms to come to Japan and work, a government spokesman said Friday.
WASHINGTON, October 26, 2011 - A US destroyer has docked at a port in Thailand for a routine visit, the Pentagon said Wednesday, as Bangkok has declined any US military assistance in response to massive flooding.
LONDON, October 26, 2011 - Britain on Wednesday urged against all but essential travel to Bangkok as the Thai capital braced itself for severe floods.
TOKYO, October 25, 2011 - Japan on Tuesday announced plans to help its companies hit by Thailand's worst flooding in decades, as supply disruptions force firms to close plants and production at home is hit.
WASHINGTON, October 25, 2011 - The Pentagon praised Thailand's response to the country's worst flooding in decades Tuesday and said the United States stood ready to assist if needed.
WASHINGTON, October 24, 2011 - The US Navy has withdrawn several ships sent to help with relief efforts in flood-hit Thailand after receiving "mixed" messages from the Bangkok government, a defense official said Monday.
ERCIS, October 23, 2011 - An earthquake of 7.2 magnitude on Sunday killed 138 people and injured 350 in eastern Turkey, the Turkish prime minister said.
WASHINGTON, October 22, 2011 - US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Saturday implicitly warned Iran not to interfere in Iraq after the decision to pull all American troops out of the war-wracked state by the end of the year.
SIRTE, October 21, 2011 - Moamer Kadhafi was killed Thursday in a final assault on his hometown Sirte by fighters of the new regime, who said they had cornered the ousted despot in a sewage pipe waving a golden gun.
NEW YORK, October 20, 2011 - An undercover US agent on Wednesday testified that he posed as a Colombian rebel pleading for weapons to fight American troops, and that Russian Viktor Bout personally drew up a shopping list that would make an army proud.
PHNOM PENH, October 18, 2011- A Cambodian court on Tuesday sentenced a middle-aged Frenchman to seven years in prison for having sex with a 13-year-old girl, her lawyer said.
"Jeh Hongyok" a well known transport business owner, money lender and millionaire from Nakornratchasima was murdered in a casino hotel room in Cambodia. The murderer stole 3 million THB; the victims winnings from the casino.
LONDON, October 16, 2011- Hundreds of protesters camped out in London, Frankfurt and Amsterdam on Sunday, with some vowing to settle in for the long term as part of their campaign against corporate greed and budget cuts.
The viral video is so explicit we're only going to show you blurred still images. With a Katie Perry pop song blaring in the background, the video was posted on the age-protected blog of Alex Torres, a porn star who also moonlighted on weekends as an instructor at Skydive Taft.