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The African Union (AU) says there are "serious doubts" about the outcome of elections in the Democratic Republic

Two monks shot dead as violence flares in Thailand's deep south

Gunmen in Thailand’s deep south shot dead two Buddhist monks and wounded two others

Germany, China pledge to deepen pragmatic financial cooperation

Germany and China on Friday (Jan 18) signed agreements to strengthen coordination in banking, finance and capital markets,

Vietnam wants to host

Vietnam's premier has said his country is willing to host a much-anticipated second summit between United States President

India SC orders security for women who entered temple

India's Supreme Court on Friday (Jan 18) ordered southern Kerala state to provide "round-the-clock" security to two women

Japan women taking part in Emperor's throne

Japan will exclude all female members of the imperial household from participating in one of the key rituals

Japan satellite blasts into space

A rocket carrying a satellite on a mission to deliver the world's first artificial meteor shower blasted into

Cambodia, Myanmar hit out EU rice tariffs

Cambodia and Myanmar have railed at the European Commission for resuming tariffs on millions of dollars of rice,

Israel slams Malaysia for banning its athletes

Israel on Thursday (Jan 17) accused Malaysia's Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad of "rabid anti-Semitism" after he said his

Chinese elderly jump on live streaming bandwagon

In public squares across China, it is not unusual to see retirees practising dance, taiji, or even singing.Madam

Migrants vandalise Bangladesh Embassy in Kuwait

Bangladeshi migrant workers have vandalised the Embassy of Bangladesh in Kuwait amid raging protests over

Indian guru gets life sentence in murder of journalist

An Indian court sentenced a popular and flamboyant spiritual guru and three followers

Israel blasts Malaysia for 'shameful, anti-Semitic' ban on its athletes

Israel condemned on Thursday Malaysia’s ban on Israeli participation in international sporting events it

Kim's right-hand man 'carrying Trump note'

One of North Korea's top negotiators has arrived in Washington to meet US officials

Vietnam prepares for Kim Jong Un visit

Hanoi is preparing to receive North Korean leader Kim Jong Un for a state visit, two sources told

Taiwan won't bow to pressure amid China tension

Taiwan will not bow to Chinese pressure and called for international support against Beijing's "out-of-control actions", a presidential spokesman said

Volcano erupts on small Japan island

A Japanese volcano erupted on Thursday, spewing ash and smoke six kilometers into the air over a small

First woman climbs sacred Indian mountain

A woman has climbed a mountain in India, where only men were allowed until now for religious reasons.

Pet crocodile kills woman in Indonesia

An Indonesian woman has been mauled to death by a pet crocodile in Sulawesi after she fell into

Volcano erupts on small Japan island

A Japanese volcano erupted on Thursday, spewing ash and

'Malaysia denies to host any event with Israel'

Malaysia's foreign minister said Wednesday that the government will not budge over a ban on Israeli athletes in a

India's transgender take first Kumbh Mela dip

For decades Laxmi Narayan Tripathi has fought India's conservative laws and beliefs to put her transgender community on

Flights stopped over snowfall at Srinagar Airport

Flight operations at the Srinagar international airport were stopped on Wednesday over poor visibility and continued snowfall in

Two more women barred from temple

Hindu devotees barred on Wednesday two more women from entering one of India's holiest temples, police said, two

Malaysia says it won't host any more events involving Israel

Malaysia's foreign minister said Wednesday that the government will not budge over a ban

Fight against India joins 2 Kashmir teens in life and death

On a hot day in August, members of a

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