A 2008 report showed 29 percent of Indonesians aged 10 and above smoke an average of 12 cigarettes a day.
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.
The sushi industry in Japan in disarray after speculation that the Fukushima nuclear disaster may have contaminated fish from the region.
People with no terrorist connections who find themselves on the US watch list have a hard time getting off the list.
Georgia's tough new immigration law is hurting the state's agriculture industry.
Palestine seeks recognition as an independent state, as the Israel government rallies for global opposition.
William Foege, one of the scientists who led the global campaign that eradicated smallpox, talks about the other six diseases he'd like to kill off.
As four former leaders of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge regime go on trial, younger generations in the country are told little about past atrocities.
With visa approved and plane ticket in hand, Palestinian cartoonist Majed Badra was uninvited from a trip to the United States.