Embattled former Prime Minister Najib Razak arrives at the headquarters of Malaysia’s anti-corruption commission.
The head of Malaysia’s anti-graft commission gives an emotional account.
Thai protesters prepare to march to demand a general election by November.
Journalists depart for North Korea to witness the closure of its nuclear test site.
Venezuela’’ opposition claim a moral victory after massive abstention marred President Nicolas Maduro’s re-election.
A heatwave has killed 65 people in Pakistan’s southern city of Karachi over the past three days, a social welfare organisation said.
Australian authorities are searching for 50 athletes while another 190 seek asylum.
Authorities say summer bookings for hotels on Hawaii’s Big Island have fallen almost 50 percent since the volcano eruption.
The death toll from a plane crash in Cuba last week rose to 111 as one of the three survivors, Grettel Landrove, 23, died in a Havana hospital.
More than a third of girls in South Asia miss school during their periods, often because they lack access to toilets or pads, and receive no education about menstruation before reaching puberty.
British lawmakers want their European counterparts to quiz Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg about a scandal over improper use of millions of Facebook users’ data, as he will not give evidence in London.
Najib Razak is expected to give a statement to an anti-graft agency today.
Multiple bomb attacks by suspected separatists injure at least three people in Thailand.
Thai police declare Bangkok’s Government House and surrounding streets a no-go zone.
The US aid chief urges Myanma to take “concrete steps” for the rights of Rohingya.
Venezuela’s socialist leader Maduro faces fresh international censure after a re-election denounced as a farce cementing autocracy.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is hospitalised in the West Bank, with conflicting accounts of the leader’s condition.
The Philippine Supreme Court votes to remove its top judge, whom President Rodrigo Duterte called an “enemy”.
Congo has begun Ebola vaccinations of medical staff in the northwest city of Mbandaka, a Reuters witness said.
A teenage boy charged with fatally shooting eight students and two teachers during a gun rampage at a Houston-area high school had been spurned by one of his victims after making aggressive advances, her mother told a newspaper.