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WikiLeaks' editor-in-chief claims his organization doesn't know who sent it some 91,000 secret U.S. military documents, telling journalists that the Web site was set up to hide the source of its data from those who receive it.
Floods caused by heavy rains in northeastern China stranded tens of thousands of residents without power Wednesday, as the worst flooding in more than a decade continued to besiege areas of the country.
Houston Rockets center Yao Ming is considering quitting basketball after next season if he doesn't fully recover from his lingering foot injury.
Yahoo Japan Corp. will use Google technology to run its search engine and search ad delivery system, after a similar deal in the U.S. was derailed by regulators concerned about a monopoly.
China's cabinet announced Monday that it would give private investors a bigger role in industries.
Scientists behind the European particle collider aimed at uncovering the secrets of the universe pushed Monday to build an even bigger machine _ with money and partners from around the world.
At Cuba's only privately run newspaper, it doesn't take much to stop the presses. It's a wonder they even get started.
The miniature mid-July ballet danced by American, Chinese and U.N. statisticians only obscures a much larger geopolitical drama: China's unquenchable thirst for and America's unbreakable dependence on imported oil.
The European Union will hit Iran with tough sanctions against its vital oil and gas industry on Monday in a bid to lure Tehran back to the negotiating table over its disputed nuclear program.