Bosses who don’t enter China’s mines may be fined
China’s mine bosses ordered to go underground
Floods continue to punish Asia, killing nearly 140
Floods force evacuation of 130,000 in China
Sea Shepherd, whaling protester in NZ public spat
Death toll from Asian floods nears 110
TELUK WONDAMA, Indonesia — Helicopters dropped food to isolated villages and security forces helped clear debris and search for survivors as the number of people killed by floods and landslides across Asia climbed Wednesday to nearly 110.
Death toll from Asian floods tops 100
TELUK WONDAMA, Indonesia — Helicopters dropped food to isolated villages and security forces helped search for survivors as the number of people killed by floods and landslides across Asia climbed Wednesday to more than 100.
China, Japan end spat over maritime collision
Earthquake hits off Japanese coast
TOKYO — A 6.3-magnitude earthquake struck Monday in the Pacific Ocean off southern Japan, but there were no reports of damage or injury.
Japan warns about Europe terror; tourists are calm
Building, factory wall in China topple, killing 14
Building in northwest China collapses, killing 8
Japan PM urges China to act responsibly
TOKYO — Japan’s prime minister urged China to act as a “responsible” member of the international community and raised concern over its expanding maritime activity in Asia, including in disputed waters where a ship collision ignited a bitter diplomatic feud.
China mine boss given suspended death sentence
Japan to ask China to cover damage to patrol boats
Japanese leader says no apology to China
BEIJING — Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan on Sunday rejected China’s repeated demand that Tokyo apologize and offer compensation for the arrest of a Chinese boat captain whose detention caused relations between the Asian neighbors to plunge to their lowest level in years.
China repeats demand for Japan apology
BEIJING — China has reiterated its demand for an apology from Japan over the detention of a Chinese fishing boat captain whose arrest plunged relations between the Asian neighbors to their lowest level in years.
Japan releases Chinese boat captain
TOKYO — A local police official says Japan has released the captain of a Chinese fishing vessel involved in a collision near disputed islands.
US praises Japan’s release of Chinese captain
Japan releases Chinese boat captain amid dispute
Japan to release Chinese boat captain amid dispute
Japan to release Chinese boat captain
TOKYO — Japanese prosecutors say they will release the captain of a Chinese fishing vessel involved in a collision near disputed islands.
Traders: China halts rare earth exports to Japan
Japan to release Chinese boat captain amid tension
Driver in Utah tour bus crash released on bail
Patrol: Driver smoked pot heavily day before crash
Typhoon kills 54 in China, dozens missing
BEIJING — Floods and landslides from the strongest storm to hit China this year have killed at least 54 people and left dozens missing since it struck earlier this week, officials said Thursday.
Patrol: Tour driver smoked pot days before crash
Typhoon flooding kills 33 in China, dozens missing
Patrol: Tour driver smoked pot heavily day before
2 teams delay leaving for troubled games in India
Driver facing felonies in Utah tour bus crash
Typhoon flooding kills 18 in China, dozens missing
China premier threatens Japan over boat dispute
Typhoon flooding kills 13 in China, dozens missing
Japan warns of fanning nationalism in China feud
Taiwan cleans up after powerful typhoon; 2 dead
Japan urges calm after China severs contacts
Japan: China hasn’t informed of break in contacts
China halts ministerial-level contacts with Japan
China halts ministerial-level exchanges with Japan
Japan extends Chinese boat captain’s detention
Gunmen fire at tourist bus in Delhi, wounding 2
Typhoon knocks out power, transportation in Taiwan
6,000 evacuated in Taiwan as typhoon hits
TAIPEI, Taiwan — A powerful typhoon ripped into Taiwan on Sunday, crippling transportation around the island and prompting the evacuation of thousands of residents from mountainous areas prone to devastating landslides.
Chinese hold anti-Japan protests over boat dispute
Government says 25 dead in Sri Lanka blast
Government: 60 feared killed in Sri Lanka blast
2 Koreas discuss reuniting families divided by war
France firm on expulsions, shocked by criticism