Strong winds are expected to fan forest fires that have been burning for a week through New Zealand’s South Island.
Trump says that US diplomats had a “very productive meeting” with N Korean officials.
The US is pushing the UN Security Council to formally call for free, fair and credible presidential elections in Venezuela.
Bin Salman did not order the 2018 killing of Khashoggi, says a top Saudi official.
Acting US Attorney General Matthew Whitaker snapped back at newly emboldened Democrats in Congress.
Hackers working on behalf of Chinese intelligence breached the network of Norwegian software firm Visma to steal secrets from its clients
Victims of the flood which killed two men and inundated properties in the Australian city of Townsville are returning to count the cost.
The United Nations warned on Wednesday against using aid as a pawn in Venezuela after the United States sent food and medicine to the country’s border
Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir, facing near-daily demonstrations against his government, took a newly conciliatory tone with the protesters
Myanmar’s parliament voted to set up a committee to discuss amending the country’s constitution, despite objections by military-aligned lawmakers against a move
Afghanistan’s president Ashraf Ghani said on Tuesday that no peace deal between the Taliban and the United States could be finalised without involving his government
US President Donald Trump called for unity and bipartisanship in his State of the Union address Tuesday night facing a divided Congress
France’s parliament on Tuesday passed a bill aimed at curbing violent protests in the wake of three months
North Korea is working to ensure its nuclear and ballistic missile capabilities cannot be destroyed by military strikes
Venezuela’s foreign ministry rejected on Monday several European countries’ decision to recognise opposition leader Juan Guaido as interim president.
Constitutional amendments proposed by Egyptian lawmakers would allow President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to stay in power for up to 12 years
Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen took a dig at China’s lack of freedom.
A senior Abu Sayyaf operative and four members surrender to authorities.
Australian PM is to establish a medical review panel for transfers of asylum seekers.
Israeli PM warns to use force against the Gaza if the protest near the fence continues.
Egyptian archaeologists have uncovered a tomb containing 50 mummies dating back to the Ptolemaic era, in Minya.
The Central African Republic has reached a peace deal with 14 armed groups.
The Pentagon is deploying 3,750 more active-duty troops to the US-Mexico border.
Xi Jinping extends festive greetings to soldiers and officers of the People’s Liberation Army, armed police, militia and reserve forces.
Sigiriya, located in central Sri Lanka has been declared a polythene free zone.
India protests the detention of Indian students enrolled in a fake university.
Russia suspends the Cold War-era Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty.
Maduro has proposed holding early elections for the National Assembly.
Philippine military authorities have taken custody of four people, including two teenagers, caught on surveillance camera.
Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah was sworn in as Malaysia’s 16th king.