The United States slaps sanctions on Turkey over the deadly incursion against Syrian Kurdish fighters.
The Syrian army enters Manbij northern Syria for the first time since losing it in 2012.
Rescuers in Japan worked into a third day on Tuesday in an increasingly desperate search for survivors of a powerful typhoon that killed nearly 70 people and caused widespread destruction.
A man digging a grave in northern India found a newborn girl buried alive, police said Monday, in the latest case to shine a spotlight on female infanticide in the country.
The curfew on Ecuador’s capital Quito was lifted on Monday after an agreement reached between the government and indigenous leaders on Sunday put an end to more than 10 days of turbulent protests.
Typhoon Hagibis claims at 44 lives across central and eastern Japan.
Tunisia’s independent presidential candidate Kais Saied announces winning.
The Philippines’ top policeman, who leads the nation’s deadly drugs crackdown, quit on Monday as he faces allegations of protecting officers accused of selling a huge haul of seized narcotics.
Malaysia will benefit from Indonesia’s decision to relocate its capital to East Kalimantan on Borneo island, Deputy Foreign Minister Datuk Marzuki Yahya told the Dewan Rakyat.
New Zealand will establish a team of investigators dedicated solely to tackling online extremism, as it moves to address failures exposed by the Christchurch mosques massacre, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said yesterday.
Prince William and his wife Kate will arrive in Pakistan late Monday for their “most complex” tour to date, British officials said, with Islamabad eager to tout improved security after years of violent militancy.
The leaders of France and Germany called Sunday for an end to Turkey’s offensive against Kurds in northern Syria, warning of dire humanitarian consequences and a boost for the Islamic State group.
Britain and the European Union yesteray enter a pivotal week that determines if they are still on course to reach amicable divorce terms – and when Brexit might finally occur.
Turkey’s border with Syria, is a direct target of the PYD/YPG/PKK and DEASH terrorists.
India’s PM and Chinese President spoke of a new era in relations.
Japan’s military scrambled to rescue people trapped by flooding.
US President Donald Trump on Saturday defended his personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, who is reportedly under federal investigation over his dealings with Ukraine on the president’s behalf.
Malaysian lawmakers vote to repeal the controversial law that punished spreading “fake news” with prison.
Turkey launches a broad assault on Kurdish-controlled areas in northeastern Syria.
Activists defending free speech online say they will push for changes to the controversial computer crime law following an uproar over its data retention requirement.
Two members of an ISIS-linked terror network stabbed Indonesia’s chief security minister Wiranto on Thursday, the intelligence head said, as the powerful politician underwent emergency surgery for his wounds.
Bangladesh’s prime minister on Wednesday vowed to mete out the “highest punishment to the killers” of a university student who died after he criticised a deal the leader made with India.
Australia’s national science agency has teamed up with a fast food restaurant to develop a plant-based alternative to beef hamburgers.
Three researchers won the Nobel Chemistry Prize on Wednesday for the development of lithium-ion batteries, paving the way for smartphones and a fossil fuel-free society.
Hong Kong man Andy Ng was surprised his shared workspace Timetable was rented out completely only six months after it had started operation in Guangzhou, capital of south China’s Guangdong Province.
The leader of Al-Qaeda’s South Asian branch is killed in a US-Afghan joint raid.
Brexit talks between Britain and the European Union teetered on the brink of collapse, with tit-for-tat claims of intransigence.
A Philippine court said on Tuesday it has thrown out a decades-old civil case against the widow of late dictator Ferdinand Marcos, dealing a fresh blow to a protracted effort to recover alleged ill-gotten wealth.
A Thai pro-democracy activist has been charged over an “inappropriate” social media post, police said on Tuesday, as authorities use a tough cyberlaw against perceived critics of the powerful monarchy.
A record number of candidates for Sri Lanka’s presidential poll next month has led to the longest-ever ballot paper and the most expensive vote in the country’s history, the Election Commission said Tuesday.