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Fighter pilot writes condolence letter
Forty-six-years after he shot down a civilian plane, a Pakistani fighter pilot apologizes to the pilot's daughter.
Facebook on the rise in India
Young people in India "can't live" without Facebook. CNN's Ralitsa Vassileva reports.
Woman falls into Niagara Falls
A Japanese student is presumed dead after falling into the Niagara River. CBC reports.
Yuan 'ripe' for revaluation?
A Chinese state-owned newspaper calls for a widening yuan trading band.
Cutting down the yen
The Japanese government is taking steps to devalue yen. CNN's Kyung Lah reports.
Pakistan's forgotten flood victims
On the one year anniversary of Pakistan's epic floods, millions are still waiting for help. CNN's Reza Sayah reports.
Pakistan flood victims need aid
One year after flooding devastated parts of Pakistan, thousands of people are still in need of aid.
Clinton nudges India, upsets China
CNN's Fareed Zakaria explains to John King how Sec. Clinton's comments in India impact U.S.-Chinese relations.
Why so many baby girl deaths in Pakistan?
CNN's Reza Sayah reports on a tragedy in Pakistan - the killing of newborn baby girls.
On camera Taliban execution
Video released by the Taliban shows men believed to be Pakistani police officers fatally shot. CNN's Reza Sayeh reports.
Homicide among India's girls
Executive Director of Plan India, Bhagyashri Dengle, discusses the problem of infanticide among India's baby girls.
Japan celebrates return of team
Women's World Cup winners return home to Japan as crowds of supporters show support.
Japan women's soccer team returns home
Japanese women's soccer team returns home after winning the World Cup. CNN's Paula Hancocks reports.
Japan celebrates World Cup victory
As CNN's Candy Reid reports, Japan now holds the top spot in women's soccer.
World Cup champs addresses the nation
Japan's women's soccer team and coach discusses their World Cup win.
Japan soccer team gets heroes' welcome
The Japanese women's soccer team is home after an historic win. CNN's Paula Hancocks reports.
Japan/N.Korea World Cup weather woes
Nadia Bilchik talks about the obstacles Japan's women's soccer team has overcome, and the excuses of the North Koreans.
Japan celebrates World Cup win
Japan celebrates their team's win in the 2011 Women's FIFA World Cup. CNN's Paula Hancocks reports
Clinton condemns Mumbai bombings
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton condemns the bombings in India and will travel to the country as planned.
Fashion designer going global?
Fashion designer Manish Arora wants to be India's most fashion-forward global brand.
The Chinese underground church
CNN's Eunice Yoon has a rare look at an illegal Christian church in China as its leaders begin to speak out.
Treasure discovered under Hindu temple
CNN's Nadia Bilchik and Susan Hendricks discuss treasure recently discovered in Indian temple vaults.
One man fights China's building boom
CNN's Eunice Yoon talks to one man fighting China's building boom.
Lawmakers fighting like cats and dogs
CNN's Fareed Zakaria highlights a rash of meowing in Australia's parliament.
Dalai Lama's Washington peace talk
Thousands gathered Saturday on the National Mall to hear the Tibetan spiritual leader talk about world peace.
Future for NBA's Yao?
Chinese react to speculation that Yao Ming will retire from the NBA. CNN's Jaime Florcruz reports.
Floods in China's Sichuan Province
A look at this week's torrential rains and floods in China's Sichuan Province. CNN's Ralitsa Vassileva reports.
China aims to be space super-power
CNN's Stan Grant reports on the status of China's space program.
N. Korea making bribes for nuke tech?
CNN's Brian Todd reports on allegations that Pakistani officials accepted bribes from N. Korea for nuclear technology.
Tattoos and freedom
Dennis Dwyer, a Vietnam veteran, author and tattoo artist, shares why he loves the Fourth of July.
Thais head to polls after tumultuous year
CNN's Sara Sidner reports as a pivotal election in Thailand pits the 'red shirts' against the 'yellow shirts'.
Filipino mayor punches sheriff
When the sheriff of Davao City, Philippines, refuses to delay demolition of a slum area, its mayor strikes back.
Thailand picks first female PM
Thai voters went to the polls for the fourth time in seven years and elected their first-ever female prime minister.
South Korea's "Mobile Wonderland"
After already tackling the Internet, one CEO wants South Korea to be a "mobile wonderland." CNN's Paula Hancocks reports
Indian town changes name to Snapdeal.com
One Indian changed its name to Snapdeal.com Nagar. We spoke with the founder and CEO of the company to find out why.
Flooded village in China
CNN's Eunice Yoon travels by boat to show you what has been destroyed in a village washed out by floods.
Fukushima 'still a ticking time bomb'
Famed physicist Michio Kaku says Japanese officials still don't have control of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster.
Pakistan arrests bin Laden informants
Former CIA Officer Mike Baker discusses why Pakistan detained informants who helped the U.S. locate Osama bin Laden.
Pakistan seizes suspected CIA informants
CNN's Brian Todd reports on Pakistan's arrest of informants who helped the CIA track Osama bin Laden.
'Pentagon Papers' released after 40 yrs
You can now read all 7000 pages of the government's secret study of the Vietnam War. CNN's Lisa Sylvester reports.
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