As residents of Bangkok, Thailand, try to make sense of the intense flooding gripping their neighborhoods, government officials say the worst has passed. Not everyone is so sure.
As the tides rise in Thailand, flooding is getting worse in parts of Bangkok. There are fears that with even higher tides forecast for this weekend, flooding could inundate parts of the city that have so far remained dry.
A proposed bill before the US Senate puts duties on goods from China that the US deems artificially cheap -- China says passage of the bill would trigger a trade war.
Gary Locke is the first Chinese-American to serve as ambassador to China, and some Chinese are hopeful he can bridge cultures.
Diners in the busy Istanbul district of Beyoglu are being forced to take their meals inside, as government regulations have banned outdoor dining.
A group of monks from remote Cambodia are protecting their local forests and fighting climate change with Buddhism, not science, as the inspiration.
The Chinese government has sponsored 90 Chinese children and their adopted American families to visit their native country with "Heritage Tours."
A clothes dryer that works in rainy season, a fruit dryer and other innovative, low-cost solutions developed by a lab in the rural Indian community of Ujire.
Bhutan intends to increase production of hydropower to keep up with growing energy needs and spur economic growth.
After two consecutive unsuccessful bids, Pyeongchang finally gets its chance to host Olympic games.