Pakistan is one of the countries in the world that has a high rate of enforced disappearances.
The US trade war is not just with China but with the rest of the world, Beijing said Wednesday.
The UN migration chief warns that the almost one million Rohingya Muslim refugees in Bangladesh are in peril.
The statement marks a dramatic shift in tone for the US president who said earlier that Pyongyang's denuclearization process would get underway very soon.
Tajikistan and Russia are holding anti-Taliban military drills near the Afghan border.
Over the past 30 years, Myanmar's government and military officials have seized swathes of land from farmers.
There were 32 civilians, 16 police, four soldiers and two military doctors who had been locked up by the militants.
The United Nations voiced alarm at Australia's decision to separate the family of a recognized refugee.
The European Council said it was a signal to the United States that Japan and the EU would stand together against protectionism.
The United States has expressed readiness to initiate direct talks with the Taliban in an attempt to end a 17-year-old war in Afghanistan.
The criminal cases were registered against members of former ruling party in the eastern province of Punjab.
China’s largest independent oil refinery has stopped buying crude from the United States, switching to Iranian oil purchases.
Beijing files a complaint with the World Trade Organization against the new US-proposed tariffs on Chinese goods.
European Council President Donald Tusk warns the US, China and Russia not to destroy global order amid the trade crisis.
Indonesian villagers armed with knives, hammers and clubs slaughter 292 crocodiles in revenge for the death of a man killed by a crocodile at a breeding farm.
At least 10 are killed or wounded in a new attack in the Afghan capital of Kabul.
A UN report says the number of civilians killed in Afghanistan hit a record high in the first half of 2018.
Representatives of the US and North Korea meet on the inter-Korean border to discuss the return of the remains of US soldiers killed in the 1950-53 Korean War.
US Navy says a Chinese warship spies on its war games off the coast of Hawaii.
Indonesian anti-terrorism officers shoot dead three suspected Daesh-linked militants.
South Korea summons Russian embassy officials over a recent violation of its air defense territory.
Heavy rains and thunderstorms are wreaking havoc across China, with floods forcing thousands of residents to evacuate and destroying bridges, blocking roads and railways.
The Chinese air force will reportedly send strategic bombers, fighter jets and transport aircraft to take part in international drills in Russia later this month.
Senior intelligence officials from Iran, Russia, China, and Pakistan have reportedly reached an agreement to join efforts against Daesh terror group in Afghanistan.
Clashes broke out at the main highway entry point to Lahore between pro-Sharif protesters and police.
A bomb explosion kills at least 128 people and injures 200 others during an election rally in Pakistan's restive Balochistan Province.
Turkey and Pakistan have finalized a deal for the sale of 30 T129 ATAK attack helicopters.
Russia accuses US military of being the chief sponsor of Taliban militants.
The trade gap between the US and China increased sharply in May, underscoring the economic tensions between the world's two biggest economies.
An explosion at a chemical plant in China has killed 19 people and injured 12 others.
Beijing says the US should stop threatening China to allow direct talks on trade to happen.
Pakistani police detain hundreds of members of the former ruling party in Punjab province ahead of ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif's return from London.
Faced with overwhelming pressure from Trump, PM Theresa May has committed hundreds of more British forces to Afghanistan.
Leaders of NATO member states call on the international community to maintain “decisive pressure” on North Korea until it denuclearizes.
Intense heat and water shortages raised fears of disease outbreaks in flood-hit western Japan as the death toll from the worst weather disaster in 36 years neared 200.
China is reportedly reviewing plans to hit back at aggressive US trade measures “in other ways,” a report says, citing Chinese officials.
A major recycling facility for the greater Baltimore-Washington area has been facing a big problem: it has to pay to get rid of huge amounts of paper and plastic it would normally sell to China.
Lebanon's Arabic-language al-Akhbar newspaper recently published the report.
No one seems to foresee any clear path to peace as the trade war between the world's two largest economies nears the end of its first week.
Shops and businesses were closed across the frontier hub near the Afghan border.
Armed militants in Afghanistan have attacked an office of the education department in the eastern city of Jalalabad near the Pakistani border.
Moscow says the heads of intelligence services of Russia, Iran, China, and Pakistan have sat down in Islamabad and discussed the Daesh emergence in Afghanistan.
China says it would have no choice but to take “necessary countermeasures” against newly-proposed US tariffs on Chinese goods.
The last of the Thai fooball team, 4 boys and their coach, were rescued from the Tham Luang cave in northern Thailand's Chiang Rai province on Tuesday, after being trapped for more than two weeks.
At least 12 people are killed in a bombing attack on an anti-Taliban political event held in northwestern Pakistan.
On the seventh day of demonstrations, protesters tore down pictures of President Ashraf Ghani.
The massive, hazardous rescue operation gripped global attention.
China says it will provide a number of Middle Eastern states with a package of $20 billion in loans and $1.6 billion in financial aid.
A Chinese court sentences to death a man who stabbed to death nine schoolchildren in April.
An assailant kills at least 10 people in Afghanistan’s eastern city of Jalalabad, government officials say.
Rescue efforts to save the remaining members of a youth soccer team and their coach trapped in a flooded cave in Thailand resumes for the third day.
South Korea says it is canceling an annual government mobilization drill this year as part of a suspended joint exercise with the US but would hold a version of that drill later on its own.
Rescue workers have carried out house-to-house searches in the increasingly unlikely hope of finding survivors after days of deadly floods and landslides.
A Brussels summit between leaders of the European Union and Japan scheduled for Wednesday to rubber-stamp a trade deal will be postponed and relocated to Tokyo after deadly floods in the country's west.
Rescue workers in Thailand have brought four boys safely out of a labyrinthine flooded cave complex where a 12-member soccer squad and their coach were trapped for more than two weeks.
Top US diplomat Pompeo is in the Afghan capital on a surprise visit.
US Senator Lindsey Graham says China may have pressured North Korea to take a harder line against US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
The Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) has claimed that Chinese factories are illegally using ozone-depleting CFCs.
The men were convicted of the fatal gang rape and torture of a medical student on a bus nearly five years ago.
China tells the US to avoid actions that threaten regional peace and stability after US warships pass through Taiwan Strait.
The US military has identified the American soldier killed during an apparent “insider attack” in southern Afghanistan.
A US Navy official confirms two of its destroyers sailed through the Taiwan Strait.
The UN voices its doubts about the Rohingyas' return to Myanmar due to the continued systematic violence targeting the Muslim minority.
Muhammad Safdar was arrested after he resurfaced in the garrison city of Rawalpindi.
Rescuers manage to save four of 12 schoolboys trapped in a flooded cave north of Thailand.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has urged North Korea to follow the example of Vietnam.
Soldiers fanned out across Indian-controlled Kashmir to enforce a curfew on Sunday.
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says the country is involved in a "race against time" to rescue flood victims.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says American sanctions on North Korea will remain in place, as talks between Washington and Pyongyang seem to have hit a snag.
A rescue operation has begun in Thailand to free 12 boys and their soccer coach trapped inside a flooded cave for 15 days.
A US soldier is killed and two more wounded in Afghanistan in an insider attack incident.
Taiwan says two US Navy warships have sailed through the Taiwan Strait.
N Korea slams Washington's 'rapacious demands' and 'extremely regrettable' attitude, after two days of talks.
The three included a 16-year-old girl and two men 20 and 22 years of age.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has described his negotiations with officials in North Korea on dismantling Pyongyang's nuclear arsenal as "very productive".
A rescue mission for a young Thai soccer team and their coach trapped for two weeks in a flooded cave is at "war with water and time," its leader says.
Torrents of rainfall and flooding have battered a widespread area in southwestern Japan, leaving at least 38 people dead and 50 others missing.
US and North Korean officials have set up working groups to deal with “nitty gritty stuff,” a US State Department spokeswoman says.
Rescuers race against time as they rush to pump out water from passageways of the Tham Luang cave where 12 boys and their football coach have been trapped for two weeks.
A Pakistani court hands down a 10-year jail term to former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in a corruption case.
Two people died in the flooding, which followed a bout of torrential rain.
Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) say scars of Rohingya Muslim refugees are highly consistent with atrocity reports in Myanmar.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrives in North Korea for talks on the country's denuclearization.
Hundreds of thousands of people across a wide swathe of western and central Japan have been evacuated from their homes as torrential rain flooded rivers and set off landslides.
Thai rescuers have pulled 27 bodies from waters off the coast of the holiday island of Phuket after a tourist boat went down in heavy seas with dozens of Chinese passengers on board.
China says the US has "initiated the largest-scale trade war in economic history" as tariffs on $34 billion in Chinese imports take effect.
Japan has executed the former leader of a doomsday cult and six other members that carried out a sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway in 1995 in which 13 people were killed and thousands injured.
One man dies and dozens of Chinese tourists remain missing after a boat capsizes as high winds whip up rough seas off the Thai island of Phuket.
Djibouti has launched the first phase of Africa's biggest free-trade zone, seeking to capitalize on its strategic position on one of the world's busiest trade routes.
Turkey has won the tender for the procurement of four corvettes for the Pakistan Navy.
China says the United States is “opening fire” on the global economy by imposing tariffs on products from China and other countries.