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.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Saturday that he would annex Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank if he wins another term in office, a last-minute pre-election promise likely to enrage Palestinians and the Arab world.
May has been forced to turn to Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Turkey’s main opposition party said on Saturday its candidate for mayor of Istanbul retained his narrow lead over President Tayyip Erdogan’s AK Party candidate after recounts in nearly half of the city’s ballot boxes.
Venezuelans took to the streets on Saturday to back opposition leader Juan Guaido and protest against President Nicolas Maduro.
With diseases and infections affecting millions of lives in Asia and the Pacific, the World Health Organisation (WHO) calls for improvement and more investment on primary healthcare.
Australia to fine social media firms and imprison executives over violent content.
The findings of probe are more damaging for Trump, say investigators.
Congressional Democrats raised questions on Wednesday about security at President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort.
A video circulating on social media apparently showing soldiers targeting Jeremy Corbyn’s picture.
Ethiopian investigators urged Boeing to review its flight control system and said pilots of state carrier Ethiopian Airlines had carried out proper procedures in the first official findings on the crash of a 737 MAX jet that killed 157 people.
Thailand’s army chief warns against protests after a disputed election.
The US criticises Brunei’s decision to implement Islamic laws against homosexuality.
Congress party makes election pledges to halve unemployment in five years.
AK Party submits objections to local election results in Istanbul and Ankara.
The pilots of the crashed Ethiopian Airlines jet had followed the procedures, says WSJ.
Algeria’s ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika resigned on Tuesday, succumbing to six weeks of largely peaceful mass protests driven by youth and pressure from the powerful army against his 20-year rule.
US President Donald Trump took a shot on Tuesday at former Vice President Joe Biden, a possible Democratic rival in the 2020 race for the White House, mocking him over allegations of unwanted physical contact with women.
Singapore submitted wide-ranging fake news legislation in parliament.
A Connecticut woman said Joe Biden touched her inappropriately.
Trudeau’s insistence that there is little wrong with how he is handling the worst crisis of his tenure could cost him re-election.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro replaces his electricity minister.
Mexico will help to regulate the flow of Central American migrants passing through its territory to the United States, but the root causes behind the phenomenon must be tackled, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Monday.
A Malaysian judge sentences Doan Thi Huong to more than three years in prison.
The Indian Space Research Organisation ( ISRO) successfully launched an observation satellite EMISAT.
More than 100 opposition activists protested in central Bangkok on Sunday.