In Thailand, a commission writing a new constitution is set to consider proposals by the military government.
France has become the first country to ban supermarkets from throwing away unsold food.
North Korea has sentenced an American college student to 15 years hard labor for trying to steal a political banner.
The Obama administration Tuesday took new steps to make it easier for Americans to visit Cuba.
March 14 is, perhaps quietly, celebrated as Pi Day: A day to honor the number many recall from geometry class.
The longtime opposition leader of Myanmar, Aung San Suu Kyi, has apologized for not becoming the country’s next president.
Cambodia’s ruling party spokesman has dismissed a report that the Prime Minister inflated the number of “likes” on his Facebook page.
The British royal family has released photos of Prince William and family on a ski vacation in the French Alps.
A 43-year-old woman was found dead in an elevator in China.
Fast-food chain McDonald’s is adding french fries drizzled with chocolate sauce to its menu in Japan.