Australians will go to the polls in a general election on May 18 in a campaign set to be fought over taxation and inequality.
At least two people died and 16 were injured when fire broke out on Wednesday at a shopping center in Bangkok.
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir was forced to step down by the military yesterday after three decades of autocratic power.
European Union agreed to delay Brexit by six months to end-October.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested by British police.
Eastern-based forces battled troops loyal to the Tripoli government in the outskirts of Libya’s capital on Wednesday as thousands of residents fled the fighting.
Modi is rallying his nationalist base ahead of the world’s biggest election.
Pakistan’s push to curb armed militant groups reflected an urgent need for stability.
Japanese Emperor and Empress celebrate their Diamond anniversary.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wins the Israeli national election.
Zimbabwe appealed on Tuesday for $613 million in aid from local and foreign donors to cover food imports and help with a humanitarian crisis after a severe drought and a cyclone that battered the east of the country.
Torrential rains doused Rio de Janeiro on Tuesday, killing at least six people and sowing chaos in Brazil’s second largest city, which declared a state of emergency after a storm that the mayor described as “absolutely abnormal.”
Algeria’s interim president, in a televised speech, promised on Tuesday to organise free elections within 90 days following weeks of protests that led to the resignation of leader Abdelaziz Bouteflika after 20 years in power.
China will launch a nationwide inspection into the safety of industrial products.
A HK court found leaders of the 2014 “Occupy” civil disobedience movement guilty.
A warplane attacked Tripoli’s only functioning airport as eastern forces advancing on the Libyan capital.
Israelis began voting in an election that could see Netanyahu dethroned.
Turkey’s High Election Board has rejected a request by President Tayyip Erdogan’s AK Party to recount all votes in 31 Istanbul districts, a board member said yesterday, but his party vowed to challenge the decision.
Pakistan has “reliable intelligence” that India will attack again this month, its foreign minister said.
The leader of Canada’s Conservative Party says that PM threatened to sue him.
Over half a tonne of meth has been seized by border authorities in Sydney.
Thailand’s first general election’s results are still unclear.
Britain proposed new online safety laws to protect users from harmful content.
Rwanda began a week of solemn ceremonies on Sunday to commemorate the lives of 800,000 Tutsi and moderate Hutus murdered during the Rwandan genocide, a three-month-killing spree that began 25 years ago.
President Tayyip Erdogan’s AK Party is seeking a full recount of all votes cast in local elections in Istanbul, a senior party official said on Sunday, a week after initial results showed a narrow victory for Turkey’s main opposition party.
The leader of a new party that has challenged the military government is charged.
The Afghan government summons a Pakistan diplomat to explain Prime Minister Imran Khan’s latest remarks.
A Singaporean-Malaysian agreement to end their months-long airspace dispute.
Hong Kong authorities said they seized 82.5 kilograms of rhino horn and cut pieces.
US President Donald Trump said on Saturday he made the controversial decision to recognise Israel’s 1981 annexation of the Golan Heights after getting a quick history lesson during a conversation on a different subject.