Mexican presidential front-runner says if he wins the election, he will aim to hold a public vote on a $13 billion airport.
A taxi drove into a crowd of pedestrians near Moscow’s Red Square, injuring seven people including two Mexicans.
Trump raised human rights abuses by the North Korean government during his meeting, the White House said on Thursday.
Guatemala ends its victim search efforts in the zone that suffered most deaths and injuries from the Fuego volcano eruption.
Kenya’s idyllic palm-fringed beach resort of Diani is where you can have sex with a child for a dollar.
In a bid to counter reliance on China, Thailand raises a new Southeast Asian fund.
Vietnamese Prime Ministe issues a National Action Program on Zero Hunger.
Myanmar will enforce a new Companies Law, to attract more foreign investment.
Iran plans to eradicate the risk of spreading hepatitis B virus via blood transmission.
The Asia America Gateway undersea cable suffers a breakdown.
Myanmar takes legal action against some 16 people for extortion.
South Korea and the US to announce the suspension of “large-scale” military drills.
Somalia and Ethiopia announce they are jointly investing in four seaports.
A car bomb kills at least 26 people at a gathering of Taliban and Afghan armed forces.
The Philippines is unlikely to become self-sufficient in rice production.
A Philippine judge calls to bring China to court for violating the UN Convention.
Infighting, a lack of expertise and unfilled vacancies within Afghanistan’s election body raise doubts.
‘Singapore’ was the most searched term on internet search engine Google in the US on Monday with over 2 million hits.
Japan is working on arranging a meeting between Abe and Kim Jong Un.
Trump says N Korea no longer posed a nuclear threat and his top diplomat offered a hopeful timeline for “major disarmament,”.