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In Beijing's backyard, US demonstrates its military might

Over a few hours under grey skies, dozens of combat planes...

Two Indian Air Force jets crash

Two Indian air force fighter jets crashed on Saturday after...

Seven dead in synagogue attack outside Jerusalem

Seven people were killed and 10 were injured in a...

Nepal deputy PM loses job after top court rules his ID invalid

Nepal's Supreme Court ruled on Friday that deputy prime minister...

Fatal shooting at Azerbaijan Embassy in Iran raises tensions

A gunman stormed the Azerbaijan Embassy in Iran's capital Friday,...

Indian sugar mills to close early as rain hits cane supply

Sugar mills in India's top producing state Maharashtra are set...

India expects more clashes with Chinese troops in Himalayas

A security assessment by Indian police in the Himalayan region...

More than 160 Afghans die in bitterly cold weather

More than 160 people have died from the cold in...

South Korea extends restrictions on travelers from China

South Korea says it will continue to restrict the entry...

Thai activist sentenced to 28 years for online posts on king

A court in Thailand sentenced a 27-year-old political activist to...

Power surge crashes Pakistan grid, plunging millions into darkness

Pakistan's generators produced more power than was required on Monday,...

Opium cultivation surging in Myanmar under military rule

Opium cultivation in military-ruled Myanmar jumped 33 per cent last...

Top UN officials seek to 'water down' bans on women in Afghanistan

The Taliban administration did not immediately respond to a request...

India police detain students gathered to watch documentary on Modi

Students were detained by the Delhi police on Wednesday as...

China says peak COVID infections exceeded 7.0m daily, deaths more than 4,000 daily

China's daily new COVID-19 infections hit a peak of more...

Pakistan PM apologises to nation for power outage

Pakistan’s prime minister on Tuesday apologized to the nation for...

BBC film on India’s PM Modi, 2002 riots draws government ire

Days after India blocked a BBC documentary that examines Prime...

India invites Pakistan's foreign minister for May meeting

India has invited Pakistan's foreign minister to a meeting of the Shanghai Co-operation Organisation (SCO) that it...

New Zealand's Chris Hipkins sworn in as prime minister

Labour leader Chris Hipkins was sworn in as New Zealand's prime minister in...

Apartment block collapses in Lucknow, more than two dozen feared trapped

A residential apartment block collapsed in the northern Indian city...

Pakistanis make light of frequent power blackouts

Pakistan's worst power outage in months became a source of...

Ardern bids emotional farewell on last day as prime minister

Jacinda Ardern on Tuesday bid an emotional farewell on her...

Myanmar activists, victims file criminal complaint in Germany over alleged atrocities

Myanmar activists and 16 alleged victims of abuse have filed...