Fearing radiation after the explosion at Fukushima nuclear reactor, people are flocking to far away areas believed to be safe.
People don’t realise it, but cricket captains are modern knights leading their merry men dressed in colourful pyjamas to war wielding heavy bats like sharp swords.
English newspaper of China's Communist Party writes on US actor and his two girlfriends, but ends up mocking itself.
Thousands of police officers across the country have been working overtime the last two weeks to quell any potential Jasmine protests.
Pakistan-US relations may be at an all-time low, but the country's relationship with China, its northern neighbour, remains as strong as ever.
With the opening games so boring, you could have more fun watching the G8 take on Sub-Saharan Africa in a game of monopoly.
On the afternoon after Peng Gaofeng brought his son, abducted and missing for over two years, back home to his family, Mr. Peng received a visit from the police.
People in China will complain, but few will actually do anything to change the system, because the system is just good enough.
Little to choose between the top guns as the race for the biggest prize in world cricket begins.
Al Jazeera tracks down the leader of the heavily armed separatist group B.I.F.F. in the Philippines.
The Muslim struggle for autonomy seemed to reach its peak in the70s when the Moro National Liberation Front, or MNLF, under Nur Misuari signed a peace deal with the Philippine government then led by the late deposed dictator Ferdinand Marcos.