Myanmar's leaders seek to revive peace talks, maintain reforms YANGON (Reuters) - Myanmar's political and ethnic leaders agreed on Friday to work together on reforms and peace talks ahead of a 2015 election after U.S. President Barack Obama urged the government to make every effort to end ethnic conflict.
Motorbike stuntman who taunted police on viral video arrested SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A motorcycle stuntman who filmed himself taunting a police officer while other bikers performed tricks on a freeway in California has been arrested, police said on Thursday.
China says nets 180 graft suspects in overseas manhunt BEIJING (Reuters) - China says it has captured 180 people suspected of committing economic crimes as part of an aggressive anti-corruption campaign targeting suspects who have fled abroad, state news agency Xinhua reported.
Haddin injury adds to Australia's woes, Pakistan on top (Reuters) - A shoulder injury to wicket-keeper Brad Haddin added to Australia's woes as Pakistan consolidated their position to reach 405 for three wickets at lunch on the second day of the second and final test in Abu Dhabi on Friday.
China to send elite army unit to help fight Ebola in Liberia BEIJING (Reuters) - China will dispatch an elite unit from the People's Liberation Army to help Ebola-hit Liberia, the Foreign Ministry said on Friday, responding to U.N. calls for a greater global effort to fight the deadly virus in West Africa.