Asia

In 2010, a Pakistani Christian woman, Aasiya Noreen (Urdu: آسیہ نورین, romanized: Āsiyāh Naurīn, [ˈɑːsiɑː nɔːˈriːn]; born c. 1971), commonly known as Asia Bibi (آسیہ بی بی) or Aasia Bibi, was convicted of blasphemy by a Pakistani court and was sentenced to death by hanging.

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Can these awesome rocks become central Asia’s first UNESCO Geopark?

International network in Asia and Europe to uncover the mysteries of marine life - EurekAlert

A nematode gel to protect crops in Africa and Asia - EurekAlert

Study: Chickens Were Widely Raised across Southern Central Asia as Early as 400 BCE

Langley Celebrates Women’s History Month: The Langley ASIA-AQ Team

Genetic makeup of modern Europeans derived through ancient migrations from Asia

Asia is the only region which is broadly on track to triple renewables in line with 1.5ºC by 2030. This is primarily driven by growth in China and India which compensates for laggards like South Korea, where renewable capacity is set to grow at half the rate of the region as a whole.

U.S. Gas Producers Are Racing to Sell to Asia. And Mexico Is Key.

Scientists Discover New Species of Lizard in Asia

South Korea shoots for the stars in Asia’s space race

Rainforest loss in South-East Asia could extend El Niño and La Niña

Wetter 21st Century Predicted for High Mountain Asia – Impacting Water Resources for Billions

A Pink Eye Epidemic Is Sweeping Parts of Asia, Infecting Thousands a Day

Why the ancient hominins of Asia are so mysterious

Westerners sleep later on weekends than people in Asia

Westerners have longer lie-ins at the weekend than people in Asia

“The Most Dramatic Evolutionary Biogeography Story I’ve Ever Seen” – Plant Fossils Reveal Ancient South America-to-Asia “Escape Route”

Spurge purge: Plant fossils reveal ancient South America-to-Asia 'escape route'

‘The Next Supercontinent’ predicts a future collision of North America and Asia

How Asia’s first nomadic empire broke the rules of imperial expansion