The Interior Ministry announced the end of clashes in a posting on Twitter.
China will showcase nuclear submarines and destroyers at a maritime parade next week in celebration of the 70th anniversary of its navy’s founding.
Japan’s minister of economy, trade, and Industry says his country needs Iranian oil to guarantee a stable energy supply and will be holding talks with the US about the matter.
The Indian government suspends cross-border trade at the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir, saying it has been “misused” for smuggling weapons and narcotics.
A planned meeting between the Taliban and the Afghan government has collapsed before it started in Qatar.
Pakistan’s prime minister says his Sunday visit to Iran will be aimed at boosting bilateral ties between the two neighbors.
Gunmen in southwestern Pakistan have ambushed buses on a highway and killed 14 passengers after forcing them off the vehicles.
North Korea suggests that it wants US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to disengage from nuclear negotiations between Pyongyang and Washington.
Saudi Arabia is torturing hundreds of Rohingya detainees to force them to end a hunger strike they have staged to oppose their indefinite detention or potential deportation, a report says.
North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un reportedly oversees the test-firing of a new tactical guided weapon, the first public test since Pyongyang’s failed summit with the US.
The debt-stricken airline failed to secure emergency funding from lenders.
A US-based monitor reports possible signs of fresh reprocessing of radioactive material into bomb fuel at a North Korean nuclear site.
The United Nations Security Council denounces the Taliban’s launch of a spring offensive in Afghanistan, urging all parties to “seize the opportunity” to reach a political settlement.
US President Donald Trump and Secretary of State Pompeo disregard Kim's deadline for nuclear talks flexibility.
Finance Minister Asad Umar has already visited Washington for meetings with the IMF.
China lashes out at US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo after he slammed Beijing’s policies in South America.
Chinese authorities seized 7.48 tons of smuggled ivory tusks last month, the biggest haul in recent years, as Beijing steps up a campaign against illegal wildlife trafficking.
President Moon of South Korea calls for a fourth summit with the North Korean leader amid faltering denuclearization talks between Pyongyang and Seoul's ally, the US.
The operator of Japan's crippled Fukushima power plant on Monday began removing atomic fuel from inside a building housing one of the reactors that melted down in 2011.
"The government failed to protect our community," the sit-inners chanted.
India says it is confident it will avoid US sanctions over its purchase of Russia's S-400 missile system, which has become a lightning rod in American dispute with China and Turkey.
One person is dead and another is seriously injured in a shooting outside a nightclub in Australia, police say.
An opera has opened in Hong Kong about Donald Trump and his fictional twin brother who lives in China.
The Taliban militant group has announced the beginning of its spring offensive in Afghanistan amid peace talks with the United States and the Afghan government.
Britain's high commissioner to India laid a wreath on Saturday on the 100th anniversary of the Amritsar massacre, for which London is still to apologies.
The North Korean leader says the US has until the end of this year to change its stance towards Pyongyang or face the risk of reviving tensions between the two sides.
The ICC refusal came after the United States revoked the entry visa for the organization’s chief prosecutor.
North Korea has named a new head of state, replacing a senior leader charged with representing Pyongyang in international engagements.
At least 20 people have been killed in the bombing.
The Taliban have banned the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) from operating in Afghanistan, citing “suspicious” activity.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un says his country must deal a “serious blow” to those countries that seek to break Pyongyang with sanctions by reaching self-reliance.
Indians start voting in the country’s multi-phase parliamentary elections, in what is considered the biggest elections in history.
These pictures will give you a better idea of life in North Korea.
The country will hold national elections in May.
Search teams found wreckage from a Japanese F-35A stealth fighter jet a day after it disappeared over the Pacific Ocean.
The aircraft is believed to have one pilot on board.
Four American forces have been killed in a Taliban attack near a major base close to the Afghan capital Kabul.
Ten soldiers and two dozen other police officers were also wounded in the clashes.
Australian police arrested 38 animal rights activists on Monday after they blocked peak hour traffic in Melbourne.
New Delhi rejects Islamabad’s claim about an imminent Indian attack on Pakistan, saying the neighboring state is “whipping up war hysteria.”
Pakistan says it has “reliable intelligence” that India is planning to carry out a likely attack against it later this month.
Maldives President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih's party is heading for a historic landslide victory in parliamentary elections, according to provisional results.
Russia and China will soon sign a contact to jointly manufacture a new-generation of heavy lift helicopters, Russian media reports say.
In unprecedented remarks, Pope Francis says arms sales by the US and Europe are to blame for the deaths of people, including children, in places like Yemen, Syria, and Afghanistan.
The Trump administration has reportedly decided to delay a fighter jets deal with Taiwan until after reaching a trade agreement with China.
An extraordinary fire engulfed the mountainous region along the northeastern coasts of South Korea, killing one person and injuring dozens others.
Philippine president t Rodrigo Duterte warns of possible military action if China "touches" disputed Thitu island in the South China Sea.
US President Donald Trump says the United States and China were closer to a trade deal, but warned gaps remain.
Hundreds of Taliban fighters storm Bala Murghab district in Afghanistan's western Badghis province, killing dozens of government forces.
A US prosecutor admits Chinese telecoms giant Huawei Technologies has been spied upon by American authorities, according to prosecutors.
The United States has revoked the entry visa of ICC prosecutor Fatou Bensouda who is looking into the US military's possible war crimes in Afghanistan.
Villagers and a lawmaker in Myanmar’s Rakhine state say a military helicopter attacked a group of Rohingya Muslims gathering bamboo, killing five and wounding 13.
New Zealand Police say the Australian man arrested for massacring Muslims in Christchurch will face 50 murder charges.
Former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn is rearrested in Tokyo on fresh financial misconduct allegations, with the auto tycoon slamming his detention as "outrageous and arbitrary."
The suspects have been subjected to "criminal coercive measures."
Malaysia’s former prime minister Najib Razak pleads not guilty to all charges against him as his corruption trial begins in earnest.
A knife attacker kills two people and injures two schoolchildren at a primary school in central China.
A far-right lawmaker is formally criticized by the Senate over his controversial comments about Muslims shortly after a terror attack against two mosques in New Zealand.
Hong Kong has introduced to the parliament new extradition laws under which people wanted in mainland China would be sent there for trial.
Seoul reportedly impounds a South Korean vessel for the first time on the suspicion that it violated United Nations economic sanctions on North Korea.
Facebook deletes hundreds of accounts and pages allegedly tied to India’s opposition and ruling parties as well as Pakistan’s military, citing “inauthentic behavior.”
The Philippines says it has filed a diplomatic protest over the presence of more than 270 Chinese vessels near a Philippine-occupied island in the disputed South China Sea.
Tensions have resumed between India and Pakistan in the disputed Kashmiri region, where cross-border fire has reportedly killed two Indians, including a young girl.
At least 30 people died after hundreds were sent to tackle a forest blaze in remote mountains in southwest China's Sichuan province at the weekend.
An Indian rocket has placed domestic and foreign satellites in three different orbits on a single flight.
Japan says the new era, which will begin on May 1 with the ascension of the new emperor to the throne, will be called “Reiwa,” which signifies “order/command and peace/or harmony.”
At least 27 people have been killed and hundreds injured after a freak storm hit southern Nepal.
Malaysian prosecutors convict a Vietnamese woman accused of killing the North Korean leader’s half-brother of a lesser charge than murder, sentencing her to over three years in prison.
A plant explosion in China's Jiangsu Province kills seven people, the second deadly blast in the province this month.
Protest organizers said 12,000 people took the streets on Sunday.
India has purportedly shared critical evidence with the United States over the use of American-made fighter jets by the Pakistani military in last month's strikes in Kashmir.
Thailand's King Maha Vajiralongkorn has revoked royal decorations that had been awarded to ousted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra.
Afghanistan's vice president Abdul Rashid Dostum survives an attack by Taliban militants.
US President Donald Trump reportedly gave North Korean leader Kim Jong-un a list of demands that included a call for handing over nuclear weapons and bomb fuel to the US in their talks in Hanoi last month.
Separate attacks by Taliban militants have killed over 30 Afghans, including civilians and police officers, across the country.
Heavy rains have caused flash floods in western Afghanistan that killed dozens of people.
China has denounced as “prejudiced” the critics of its massive global economic effort, called the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).
North Korea has almost completed rebuilding a long-range rocket site it had promised to close, Seoul lawmakers say.
US President Donald Trump’s top economic adviser says trade talks between the US and China could stretch for “months”.
A fire broke out in a 22-story commercial building in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, killing at least 19 people, injuring at least 70 and trapping many.
The commander of US forces in South Korea claims America does not have sufficient capabilities to see a potential North Korean attack coming.
Taiwan’s president Tsai Ing-wen, who is in the United States, says Washington has agreed to Taipei’s request for tanks and fighter jets.
Facebook bans white nationalism/separatism, amid an outcry that came after a white supremacist live-streamed his attacks on two mosques in New Zealand on the social media platform.
The helicopter crashed during exercises, the defense ministry said.
It was a live satellite 300 kilometers away in space, in low-earth orbit, India's Modi said.
Seven opposition parties in Thailand agree to form an alliance in an attempt to seize power from the ruling junta-backed party.
New Zealand police are investigating whether a man whom they sought on a tip-off and who died in a standoff with them had links to the terrorist attacks at two mosques in the city of Christchurch.
Pakistan’s Supreme Court has granted bail to former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on health grounds.
Austrian authorities raid the apartment of a far-right group leader in a probe linking him to the man behind terrorist attacks on two mosques in New Zealand.
China has ordered 300 Airbus planes which matches an order from rival Boeing when US President Donald Trump visited Beijing back in 2017.
The United States' special envoy for North Korea is in China in an apparent move to seek Beijing’s assistance in reviving negotiations with Pyongyang.