Widodo had originally planned to announce his cabinet of 33 ministers on Tuesday, said his team would be made up of 18 technocrats and 15 political appointees.
Ghani will travel to China from Oct. 28-31, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said during a regular press briefing.
Former PM Serik Akhmetov resigns as defense chief amid claims of interference in corruption case
Protesters were unhappy about what they felt was a lack of substantive concessions from the government officials and they dug in their heels.
The Philippines has said it expects to get custody of Pemberton once he is formally charged in court and any trial begins.
Pyongyang admitted in 2002 to kidnapping 13 Japanese citizens and five abductees and their families later returned to Japan
Police deny that the men were tortured during interrogation and say they are being looked after well in prison
Qadri intends to extend struggle throughout country through twice weekly protests; Khan refuses to disband his sit-in
Statement did not explain when he had been replaced or when name of new spokesman would be made public.
Army called out for rescue operation due to mountainous nature of area
Thaliand's military junta has applied to join UN Human Rights Council, but laws on insulting monarchy threaten to undermine its application
Leung Chun-ying was talking just hours before the start of formal talks between student protest leaders and city officials aimed at defusing the crisis
22 people, including attackers, killed in a market place by 4 armed men in East Turkestan
The maritime portion of "Keen Sword" will be held east of Japan's major southern island of Kyushu, but not in the East China Sea, which lies to the other side of the island
A US marine accused of murder fails to appear before Philippine court, fueling sentiment against US military presence
The U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime reported that Afghan farmers grew an "unprecedented" 209,000 hectares of opium poppy in 2013, surpassing the previous high of 193,000 hectares
Funahashi's "Nuclear Nation" films follow the residents of Futaba, who were evacuated after the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami triggered meltdowns at the nearby Fukushima Daiichi nuclear complex
Afghan army officers targeted in Kabul for the 6th time since formation of new the government on September 29
The announcement came amid signs Rajapaksa's popularity is fading after accusations that his party is abusing power.
Luqman has been fiercely criticizing judiciary for not taking action against rival Geo News, which he accuses of treason
Tens of thousands take to street to welcome 'Jokowi' as congratulatory banners seemed to occupy every available public space across the country’s thousands of islands