The governments of Indonesia and the United States agreed to cooperate on food resilience.
All the 12 remaining kidnapped teachers in Agusan del Sure in southern Philippines have been freed by their captors on Wednesday dawn.
The protective ozone layer in the Arctic that keeps out the sun's most damaging rays -- ultraviolet radiation, has thinned about 40 percent this winter.
Engineers have stopped highly radioactive water leaking into the sea from a crippled Japanese nuclear power plant.
An unknown missile, which was fired from the Red Sea on Tuesday evening, destroyed a civil car and killed two people onboard in Port-Sudan city.
The outflow of highly radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has stopped after the injection of a chemical agent
Five newspapers line a vendor's makeshift table built from cardboard and sticks but most customers go straight for Isolezwe.
Environmental groups and fishermen are sounding the alarm over planned US Navy live-fire exercises they claim threaten marine wildlife.
Thirty-two people died when a UN plane crashed as it tried to land in a storm in the Democratic Republic of Congo capital on Monday, a UN spokesman said.
The US combat role is ending in Libya, the rag-tag rebels are reeling and the Pentagon is betting its European allies can finish the job.
Fishermen now fear radioactive water gushing into the Pacific Ocean from a crippled nuclear plant could cost them their livelihoods.
Japan on Tuesday protested against South Korea's plan to build facilities on a pair of disputed islets.