Protests against the French newspaper Charlie Hebdo's cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad have erupted around the world and taken place weekly in the Afghan capital.
Will Middle East hostage crisis fuel Japan's desire to expand its military role?
Muhammad Azam Inquilabi, the chief architect of the insurgency in Jammur and Kashmir now advocates a peaceful dialogue. Disgruntled with violence, Inquilabi, 68, now talks of a peaceful settlement of the Kashmir issue involving India, Pakistan and the people of the state.
Analysts say Pakistan army chief travelled to Beijing to show US it has other regional allies
Education minister warns against using textbooks that undermine communism
Computer and cellphone buyers in Xianjiang region must register with police, with security camera footage to be kept for at least 30 days.
Japanese Muslims have gathered at the Friday prayers in Tokyo, praying for the release of Japanese ISIL hostage Kenji Goto
Suicide bomber targets funeral, killing 12 civilians and four policeman.
Vladimir Putin said this week the Ukrainian army itself was a legion of NATO sent to geopolitically contain Russia.
Ukraine (NBU) has introduced 5 and 10 hryvna coins dedicated to Crimean mosque of Uzbek Khan.
Nagorno-Karabakh officially refutes this information.
More than 70 people were heading out to sea near Kutubdia island, 415 km (260 miles) southeast of Dhaka, when their wooden boat sank.
North Korea is under an array of international sanctions for repeated nuclear bomb and ballistic missile tests.
Modi's appointment of Subrahmanyam Jaishankar as foreign secretary, the top bureaucrat at the foreign ministry, underscores the prime minister's control over foreign affairs.
Prolonged process of setting up an Afghan Cabinet continues after parliament rejects president's choices.
The agreement includes a defense pact between Russia and Abkhazia that obligates both sides to come to each other's aid in the event of aggression.
Taliban will remain the reality whether in complete command or with the negotiated settlements.
Malaysian bombmaker sought in raid in which 44 police commandos died not even in area at time, says rebel spokesman.
China Daily says police conducted search operations in Kashgar city 'against factors disturbing the region's people.'
Nils Horner, Swedish Radio and held dual British-Swedish nationality, was shot dead in the capital's diplomatic quarter in last March.
"The U.S. does not understand Thai politics," said Thai deputy foreign minister.