Participants whirl cans filled with burning wood chips during a celebration ahead of "Jeongwol Daeboreum", or Great Full Moon, at a park in Seoul Feb 16, 2011. The traditional Korean holiday celebrates the first full moon of the lunar calendar.
Coca-Cola Co said that its flagship cola recipe is still secret after nearly 125 years, denying a story by a public radio show that it has uncovered the formula.
The United States is investigating whether Venezuela has sent gasoline to Iran despite US sanctions on such activity.
D. Boerse faces a struggle to get approvals from a host of regulators for its takeover of NYSE Euronext to form the world's largest exchange operator.
Japan must liberalise its foreign trade as part of wide-ranging structural reforms to restore competitiveness and boost growth.
Egypt's military rulers are expected on Tuesday to step up efforts to restore stability.
Iranian officials blamed the West Tuesday for provoking unrest inside the country.
The Egyptian Supreme Council of the Armed Forces on Tuesday set a period of 10 days for the constitutional amendment committee to finish its task.
The fracturing of the post-World War Ⅱ system that propelled Japan's economy to the No.2 global spot -- a status now lost to China -- has pushed many youths to seek security by trying to cling to what remains. But for others, the uncertainty itself is giving birth to a do-it-yourself mindset that could generate welcome dynamism. Picture taken November 27, 2010
The US military has stopped using a type of landmine often condemned as a long-term threat to civilians.
At least 761 imprisoned Pakistanis, among them 18 defense personnel, are spending their days in Indian jails.
South Korean and US forces will stage annual military exercises starting later this month in the allies' latest show of force.