Boris Johnson launches his campaign to be prime minister with a promise to unify a country deeply divided over Brexit.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe urges Tehran to play a “constructive role” for Middle East peace.
The Islamic extremists behind Sri Lanka’s deadly Easter bombings received funding from state intelligence services, a top Muslim leader told a parliamentary investigation.
A Vietnam shipbuilding magnate has been sentenced to 13 years in jail for embezzlement, according to state media, the latest victim of an unprecedented anti-corruption drive in the communist country.
Indonesian police air video testimony for a plot to kill government officials.
Thailand’s king endorses former army chief Gen Prayut Chan-ocha as an elected PM.
Sri Lanka’s parliament Tuesday defied President Maithripala Sirisena and resumed investigations into security lapses surrounding the Easter suicide bombings that killed 258 people, officials said, as a political crisis in the country deepened.
Thousands of people have been stranded and at least five killed amid torrential rain throughout central and southern China, with authorities bracing themselves for at least another four days of downpours, state media reported on Tuesday.
US President Donald Trump revealed Tuesday that Mexico agreed to take stronger legal action to halt Central American migrants if its initial efforts to stem the flow don’t show results in 45 days.
A Russian investigative journalist walked free late Tuesday after authorities in Moscow dropped drug charges against him following a public outcry.
Congressional Democrats on Tuesday rammed through a resolution that makes it easier to take legal recourse against Donald Trump’s administration, intensifying their standoff with the president over subpoenas related to the Russia interference probe.
Kim Jong Nam was an informant for the US CIA, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Iran has followed through on a threat to accelerate its production of enriched uranium, the head of the UN atomic watchdog says.
US President Donald Trump renewed his threat Monday to impose tariffs on Mexico as controversy erupted over what exactly is in the countries’ new migration deal, which the Mexican government admitted would be reviewed in 45 days.
Nearly 200 business leaders on Monday endorsed an open letter on abortion rights, saying conservative efforts to restrict “comprehensive reproductive care” would be bad for both employees and customers.
A campaign of civil disobedience to demand civilian rule starts in Sudan.
Modi makes an unexpected visit to a Colombo church bombed in Easter attacks.
Sri Lanka’s intelligence chief is sacked over security lapses before the bombings.
US President Donald Trump tweeted on Friday that NASA should stop talking about going back to the Moon.
Indian leader Narendra Modi on Saturday inaugurated a coastal radar system and military training centre in the Maldives on Saturday, as New Delhi seeks to fend off Chinese influence in the strategically-placed nation.
The Philippine government attacked United Nations human rights experts on Saturday for “unpardonable intrusions”, after a call for an international investigation into killings linked to President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs.
Boris Johnson, considered the frontrunner to succeed British Prime Minister Theresa May, said on Saturday he would refuse to pay the country’s Brexit bill until the EU agrees better withdrawal terms.
The US ambassador has said Israel has the right to annex at least “some” of the occupied West Bank, in comments likely to deepen Palestinian opposition to a long-awaited US peace plan.
Thailand’s junta chief Prayut Chan-O-Cha is elected as the kingdom’s first civilian prime minister since the 2014 coup he led.
Chinese President Xi Jinping begins a three-day visit to “best friend” Vladimir Putin with a touch of panda diplomacy.
Authorities blocked a new caravan of Central American migrants Wednesday after they entered Mexico bound for the United States, as the government scrambled to dodge President Donald Trump’s threat to impose tariffs over undocumented immigration.
Rival camps in Thailand’s new parliament make their case for the kingdom’s next PM.
Australian police raid ABC’s headquarters over leaks showed Australian special forces had killed innocent men in Afghanistan.
US President Donald Trump courted candidates to replace Prime Minister Theresa May during his state visit to Britain on Tuesday, as the first leadership debates kicked off in parliament.