Afghanistan organisers say that demonstration was one of the biggest in city’s history, reflecting outrage over Farkhunda’s brutal death
Pyongyang refuses to heed South Korean calls for repentance ahead of fifth anniversary of incident that killed 46
A court in China executed three muslims on Tuesday for leading an attack on a train station that left 31 dead.
Earthquake with magnitude 6.0 hits the coast of Taiwan
The Pakistan Day parade in the capital, held amid tight security with traffic and pedestrian access blocked, had been cancelled since 2008 amid fears of a Taliban attack.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's government and Okinawa have been on a collision course since anti-base conservative Takeshi Onaga was elected governor last November and ruling party candidates were trounced in a December general election.
The United States, worried about China's growing diplomatic clout, has been urging countries to think twice about joining the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, or AIIB, considered by some as a challenge to the World Bankand the Manila-based Asian Development Bank.
Singapore's first prime minister Lee Kuan Yew died early on Monday, aged 91.
China's Foreign Ministry appeared to downplay the remarks, repeating its standard line about Chinese sovereignty and that the dispute needs sorting out between the countries directly involved.
Vice President Li Yuanchao visits Baghdad and meets with Iraqi authorities.
Announcement by US military based on Korean Peninsula comes as North claims it is ready to launch nuclear war.
Leading U.S. senators expressed alarm on Thursday at the scale and speed of China's land reclamation in the South China Sea and said a formal U.S. strategy was needed to slow or stop the work.
Private universities are cropping up to meet the increasing Afghan hunger for university education.
Indian security forces clashed with Kashmir freedom fighters early-morning raid
Both were on an Amnesty International list of political prisoners and among a group of 101 prisoners pardoned by Aliyev.
Aziz Royesh had only one ambition in life, and that was to be a teacher. With no formal teaching qualificiations but with a passion for education, Royesh has surpassed his peers and became not only teacher at age 46 but also went to be eligible for the Varkey Foundation's Global Teacher Prize - the education equivalent of the Nobel.
Pakistan Army claim to have killed Taliban members and destroyed their hideouts in northwestern Pakistan
Polio vaccinators ambushed by gunmen in northwestern Pakistan
Altaf Hussein who was head of the Karachi-based Muttehida Qaumi Movement, known as MQM, has been in London for last 23 years in self-exile
Pakistan has hanged 12 convicts, the largest number of people executed on the same day since the country overturned a ban on executions.
New Zealander Philip Blackwood and two colleagues get two and a half years with hard labor after they used an image of Buddha wearing headphones on a flyer promotin