A former TEPCO executive hopes his renewable energy educational project will inspire Japan's next generation.
The three clear frontrunners debate their foreign relations policies a month out from Afghanistan's election.
An ex-pat rock band formed in Kabul markets itself as "Afghanistan rock band".
With only two weeks of registration left, people in Kabul stand hours in queues to get voter card.
It has come to light that orphanages in Nepal have been involved in trafficking children for international adoption.
On the 25-year anniversary of Soviet forces' withdrawal, writer tells of his parents' choice not to return.
A dog captured by the Taliban is bigger news than human suffering. How have Afghanistan's people become so amorphous?
The televised debate found candidates focusing on their definition of the Taliban and the Bilateral Security Agreement.
The attack on a Lebanese restaurant - a symbol of the "new Kabul" - was a wake-up call to Kabul's decision-makers.
As Indonesia's first universal health-care scheme is launched, hospitals struggle to cope.
As Afghanistan enters its 35th year of conflict, its people are more resigned than fearful.