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Some Bangladeshis want the 700,000 people who fled Myanmar and are stranded in refugee camps in their country to leave. For now, the refugees have nowhere else to go. Video/Photo: Karan Deep Singh/The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal
Amazon wants to deliver everything you want to your doorstep, anywhere in the world. But the e-commerce giant faces several challenges in its pursuit of a global empire. WSJ's Karan Deep Singh breaks down the basics with the help of an Amazon delivery box.The Wall Street Journal
People in Iran have demonstrated against the government in the biggest wave of protests to hit the country in almost a decade. Here's what could be next for Iran and what the unrest means for more than 80 million Iranians. Photo: Getty Images. (Originally published Jan. 4, 2018)The Wall Street Journal
More than 600,000 Rohingya refugees are stranded in Bangladesh after fleeing violence in Myanmar. Their fate is uncertain and the world is watching to see whether Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi will take action on the humanitarian crisis. Video: Karan Deep Singh / Photo: Getty ImagesThe Wall Street Journal
President Donald Trump laid out an economic nationalist agenda Friday, saying that the U.S. had been treated unfairly by global trade practices and that he wouldn't allow the country to be "taken advantage of anymore," in his address to business leaders from 21 countries at the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Da Nang, Vietnam. Photo: Re…
U.S. senators urged Washington to rethink its policy toward Myanmar, where a violent military campaign against the country’s Rohingya Muslims has forced hundreds of thousands of people to flee to neighboring Bangladesh. Photo: Getty ImagesThe Wall Street Journal
Sureshwar Sinha, 83, swam? ?in the ?pristine waters of the?? Yamuna in New Delhi? ?when? he was a child. ?He has spent the past 25 years ?fighting to rescue ?the polluted river. Video/Photo?:?? Karan Deep Singh/?WSJThe Wall Street Journal
Myanmar's de facto leader and Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi said on Tuesday that her government is committed to restoring peace and stability in Rakhine State, nearly three weeks after the country's military forced hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims to escape to Bangladesh. Photo: Associated Press…
Myanmar's government faces growing pressure from the United Nations and protesters around the world over its violent military campaign that has already forced hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims to flee the country. Photo: ReutersThe Wall Street Journal
Nearly 300,000 Rohingya Muslims have escaped ethnic clashes in Myanmar's Rakhine state that have left several hundred dead. Aung San Suu Kyi, the country's de facto leader, is drawing widespread criticism for not stopping the violence. Photo: Zuma PressThe Wall Street Journal
A band of self-proclaimed patriots in India is urging millions of countrymen to give up cash and use e-payments instead, to support Prime Minister Narendra Modi's campaign to fight counterfeiting and tax evasion. Video/Photo: Karan Deep Singh/The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal
Air pollution in New Delhi was 20 times that of safe limits last week. The Wall Street Journal's Karan Deep Singh carries an air quality monitor for a day to see how dangerous the Indian capital's smog can be. Photo: Karan Deep Singh/The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal
Thousands of Indians turned out to call for LGBT rights in New Delhi, three years after the country's top court reinstated a colonial-era law that bans gay sex. Photo: Karan Deep Singh/The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal
Pope Francis declared Mother Teresa a saint on Sunday before a crowd of more than 100,000 in St. Peter’s Square. Hundreds of people came to offer prayers at the Missionaries of Charity's headquarters in Kolkata, India. Photo: Getty ImagesThe Wall Street Journal
Mother Teresa became a Catholic saint after an almost 20-year process of confirming miracles and filling out paperwork. However, in Kolkata, some Indians have been worshipping her as a Hindu goddess for years. Photo: Karan Deep Singh/The Wall Street JournalThe Wall Street Journal
The total number of ads leading up to this year's Congressional races was lower than four years ago; Orbital Sciences has a back-up plan; Amazon tests delivery by taxi; Mike Weinstein has those stories and more.The Wall Street Journal
Negotiations that would lead to direct talks between Russia and Ukraine are faltering, The White House has authorized sanctions and visa restrictions against those undermining democracy in Ukraine.The Wall Street Journal
President Obama continues to put pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin over his country's occupation of Ukraine, The European Union says it will provide Ukraine with $15 billion of aid in the form of loans and grants.The Wall Street Journal
Secretary of State John Kerry, during an emergency visit to Kiev, pledged aid to Ukraine's new government and warned the U.S. and its allies would impose sanctions against Russia if it didn't begin pulling troops from the former Soviet state.The Wall Street Journal
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