By Jay Sekulow
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A 15-year-old Maldives girl who was repeatedly raped by her stepfather is now being sentenced to eight months of house arrest and 100 lashes, after she confessed to having premarital sex with another man.
In the lush hills of northern Thailand, a herd of 20 elephants is excreting some of the world's most expensive coffee.
An inquiry commission has determined that the Maldives' first democratically elected president was not forced to resign, as he has claimed.
A Maldives inquiry commission has determined that the Indian Ocean archipelago's first democratically elected president was not forced to resign, as he has claimed.
The former president of the Maldives was charged Monday with illegally ordering the arrest of a senior judge, escalating tensions on the Indian ocean island nation.
Maldives' first democratically elected president says the United States must acknowledge that he was ousted in a coup and press the current government of the Indian Ocean island nation to hold presidential elections this year.
What is a sip of clean water worth? Is there economic value in the shade of a tree? And how much would you pay for a breath of fresh air?
Physically, "In-Flight Entertainment" is a charming little book: conveniently sized for the hand, and at 165 pages, light enough to be tucked into a handbag or pocket, and just the thing for reading in bed. Even the cover picture of an airplane window entices the eye into a soothing blue-and-white world.
Supporters of the former Maldives president rioted through the streets of the capital and seized some remote police stations Wednesday to demand his reinstatement, as the country's new leader appealed for an end to the political turmoil roiling the Indian Ocean island nation.
Pakistan's prime minister struck a conciliatory tone in an appearance before the Supreme Court Thursday, trying to cool a political and legal crisis destabilizing the nuclear-armed country.
John Legend will no longer be a bachelor: He's engaged.
Sri Lanka said Thursday that it was counting on its own how many civilians were slain at the end of its bloody civil war to counter claims that tens of thousands were killed and fend off international calls for a war-crimes probe.
Thailand on Thursday offered more help to businesses affected by a national flood crisis as water spread deeper into Bangkok and risked cutting off a major highway.
Palelei Tovia recalls how Tuvalu islanders used to survive droughts with all-night vigils at wells to collect precious fresh water during the moments it seeped into the shafts.
There is squabbling in the White House. President Obama's approval rating has dipped to unprecedented lows in the polls, and he has not a clue what to do about it. Within the president's team there are the pragmatists led by David Plouffe and William M. Daley, who favor small gestures. I mean really small gestures. They would favor free-trade agreements, possibly with Gabon, perhaps the Maldives. They also favor improved patent protections for investors, assuming they can find investors, and something about Michele's garden. At least I thought it was about Michele's garden. At any rate, it was small. Maybe they were advocating growing cherry tomatoes.