The Nepali government has said that Nepal’s foreign relation has entered a new era.
China rejects UN allegations that a million Uighurs may be held in internment camps.
Sri Lanka lunches the Greater Kurunegala Water Supply and Sewerage Project.
Bangladeshi signs a $510 million financing agreement with the World Bank.
Thousands of mourners bury dozens of children killed in a Saudi-led coalition air strike.
Italy denies safe harbour to 141 people rescued off the coast of Libya.
The law governing ride-hailing service in Portugal is scheduled to November 1.
Nearly 60,000 are still in Philippines’ evacuation centres after severe flooding.
A fire at a hospital in Taiwan kills 9 and injures 15 and an investigation has been launched into the cause of the blaze.
Brunei will move towards an ageing population after the year of 2020.
Sri Lanka is setting up 25 new tourist police posts in strategic places.
Myanmar to renovate the well-known Chinatown which lies west of Sule-Pagoda.
China signs agreements on air transportation with 62 One Belt One Road countries.
A California jury has found Monsanto liable of causing cancer to a worker.
Five Caspian Sea states have signed an agreement for collective use of the sea after over two decades of negotiations, Kremlin says.
Brazil has accused Venezuela of doing nothing to stop the spread of an outbreak of measles in Brazil and other neighboring countries that has been sparked by an exodus of Venezuelans fleeing economic collapse.
Malians vote in a run-off presidential election on Sunday as thousands of soldiers were mobilised to provide security following an inconclusive first round last month that was marred by militant attacks and opposition accusations of fraud.
A small plane with nine people on board lost contact in Oksibil in Indonesia’s Papua.
The death toll in Kerala due to floods following incessant rains reached 37.
A train with 328 passengers aboard derailed in southeastern Mongolia early Sunday.