- Owner: Chinese boat's captain beaten by NKoreans
BEIJING (AP) — The owner of a Chinese fishing boat seized for more than two weeks by armed North Koreans says the captors wore military uniforms, and that they beat up the boat's captain and stole its fuel.
- China's Li seeks stronger economic ties with India
NEW DELHI (AP) — Chinese Premier Li Keqiang told Indian business leaders Tuesday that developing stronger economic ties between their two nations would have huge benefits for both sides.
- Myanmar Muslims jailed for killing Buddhist monk
MEIKHTILA, Myanmar (AP) — A Myanmar court sentenced seven Muslims to prison — one of them to a life term — in the killing of a Buddhist monk amid deadly sectarian violence that was overwhelmingly directed against minority Muslims but has produced no serious charges against the members of the country's Buddhist majority.
- Officials: More attacks in Iraq; 7 killed
BAGHDAD (AP) — Officials say new attacks in Iraq have killed seven people and wounded dozens.
- Head of embattled G4S security force retires
LONDON (AP) — The chief executive of security firm G4S is to retire after a tumultuous year that saw the company fail to fulfill its Olympic contract.