Three are dead and 20 injured after a car pursued by police rams into pedestrians in a Melbourne mall in Australia.
Police said the incident occurred in the northern Indian province of Uttar Pradesh on Thursday when a truck loaded with sand collided head-on with the school bus.
The Philippine government and communist guerrillas are set to resume peace talks in Rome on Thursday.
Vietnamese police arrested a dozen people for staging a demonstration against the Chinese takeover of the Paracel ]slands on Thursday.
The Seoul Central District Court on Thursday decided that evidence provided against Lee Jae-yong was inconclusive and did not warrant his arrest.
Chinese President Xi Jinping says his country will establish a new model of relations with the US.
The accident occurred as 10 miners were busy doing maintenance work at a colliery in Shuozhou city, in the coal-rich Shanxi Province, on Tuesday morning.
Beijing urges Washington to bar Taiwanese delegates from the incoming US president's swearing-in ceremony.
The Taiwanese military is simulating a Chinese invasion during two days of drills.
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation calls on the United Nations to stop abuses against Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine State.
Defense Ministry spokesman Chhum Socheat says Cambodian troops will not participate in the annual "Angkor Sentinel" joint drill as they are needed for local elections in June.
The Malaysian Boeing 777 aircraft disappeared while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in March 2014 with 239 passengers and crew on board.
Three security guards were wounded after a group of villagers brandishing guns attacked the convoy of a Qatari royal family member in southwestern Pakistan.
The Takfiri terrorists raid a religious school in the eastern Afghan province of Nangarhar.
New Delhi’s forces engage in an overnight gunfight with militants at a village in Indian-controlled Kashmir.
The crush occurred south of the city of Kolkata on Monday as people rushed to get into a highly crowded boat.
A court hands down death sentences to more than 2 dozen individuals, including a former ruling Awami League member, over the 2014 gruesome murders.
China state media warn that a “damaging” confrontation between China and the US may be “unavoidable” under Donald Trump.
South Korean prosecutors seek an arrest warrant for Samsung’s Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong. A court will have to approve the warrant.
A Turkish cargo plane goes down near the Kyrgyz capital Bishkek, killing mostly people on the ground at the crash site.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte threatens to impose martial law if his country’s drug problem is not resolved.
Japan and Indonesia have vowed to increase military cooperation in the face of a resurgent China.
The incident took place as villagers were traveling from Pacheer Agam district to a nearby village in Nangarhar province.
China reacts to remarks made by US President-elect Donald Trump, stressing that “One-China” policy is not negotiable.
Bangladesh police says they have arrested the main mastermind behind last year’s café massacre.
The Takfiri militants raid a district in Afghanistan’s restive Nangarhar Province, forcing civilians there to flee.
Manila says a South Korean and a Filipino, who were abducted by Daesh-linked militants in the Philippines, have been released.
Muhammad Jan worked for local Urdu language daily newspaper Qudrat.
Lawmakers from the ruling party in Myanmar’s Rakhine State have refused to meet the United Nations special envoy for the country.
Chinese media warn that the hostile posture by US President-elect Donald Trump’s pick for secretary of state vis-à-vis China could lead to war.
China and Russia have worked out their own "countermeasures" against US decision to install an advanced missile system in South Korea, reports say.
A rogue soldier kills four of his senior officers in a leave row in eastern India.
Bangladesh demands the quick restoration of normal situation in Myanmar's Rakhine State.
Shinzo Abe visits the Philippine president in a trip aimed at shoring up ties between Tokyo and Manila.
NATO confirms that American troops enlisted with the alliance killed 33 civilians in Afghanistan back in November last year.
US President-elect Donald Trump’s pick for secretary of state, Rex Tillerson, says China must be banned from the islands it has built in the South China Sea.
South Korea says it will protest Chinese actions that Seoul believes are being taken in retaliation for the planned deployment of a US missiles on Korean territory.
China says its sole aircraft carrier has sailed out of the Taiwan Strait on its way back from a South China Sea exercise.
India threatens to expel foreign Amazon employees over sales of Indian flag doormats.
Mehman Huseynov is known for his investigative online blogging.
Fifty-six OIC representatives are reportedly expected to take part in the meeting.
A court has ordered doctors to either write legible prescriptions or type them out to prevent errors of receiving wrong medication.
South Korean prosecutors name the heir to South Korea’s Samsung Corporation as a criminal suspect in a corruption scandal engulfing the country.
Seoul claims Pyongyang has produced as much as 50 kilograms of the material required to make bombs.
The allegations against the former UN chief's brother and nephew could possibly damage his plans to run for South Korea's presidency.
The country is reportedly planning to replace current Emperor Akihito with his eldest son.
The United Arab Emirates confirms that Tuesday's explosion in Kandahar governor's compound also wounded its ambassador to the country.
Myanmar launches airstrikes on a border town, forcing thousands of people to flee to China.
Former juvenile inmates in Australia’s Northern Territory on Wednesday filed a class action lawsuit against the local government over abuse by prison staffers.
Taiwan scrambles aircraft and warships to keep a close watch on a passing Chinese naval fleet in the Taiwan Strait.
The UAE Foreign Ministry says it is following up on a terrorist attack in the Afghan city of Kandahar that injured the Arab country's envoy.
Twin bomb attacks kill 38 and injure 72 people, mostly civilians, near Afghanistan’s parliament in Kabul.
The king has said discussion is needed on the section of the charter regarding the monarchy.
The floods have hit 12 provinces since January 1, cutting off the south from the rest of the country.
Choi Soon-sil, who is facing her own trial, submitted documents to the Constitutional Court, saying she was unable to testify in the case.
China voices opposition over meetings between Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen and senior Republican officials during a visit to the US.
The opposition lawmakers ask for a swift government response over the disappearance of four social activists.
Pakistan says it has test-fired a submarine-launched cruise missile for the first time.
The UN relief agency says 22,000 Rohingya had fled Myanmar to neighboring Bangladesh over the past week.
The attack targeted a General Reserve Engineering Force camp near the international border with Pakistan on Monday.
Yanghee Lee, the UN’s special rapporteur on human rights in Myanmar, arrived in the country late on Sunday.
The minister, Sussan Ley, will be out of office until the findings of an investigation into allegations that she misused public funds is completed.
Witnesses said monks barged into the ceremony shortly after it started.
The intercontinental ballistic missile will be launched anytime and anywhere, the KCNA says.
Storm Auring makes a landfall at southern Philippine islands, prompting mass evacuations.
Myanmarese forces in Rakhine kill two Muslim civilians and detain scores of others.
China has created a new police squad as part of efforts to fight a persistent heavy smog that has descended on Beijing.
A South Korean Buddhist monk sets himself alight during a large rally against the embattled President Park Geun-hye.
The statue, installed outside Japan’s consulate in South Korea’s Busan, symbolizes the women who were forced to work as sex slaves for Japanese soldiers during WWII.
Police officers were forced to fire at the suspects when a grenade was lobbed at them, said a police official.
The Interior Ministry says the flooding, triggered by heavy rains, has affected over 700,000 people.
Tsai’s transit stops in Houston and San Francisco has prompted Beijing to ask the US to bar the Taiwanese leader from flying through its airspace.
No group has claimed responsibility for the killings but Kabul blamed the Daesh Takfiri terrorists.
It is estimated that up to 200,000 women, mainly Korean, were forced to be wartime sex slaves.
A South Korean minister says China is taking indirect retaliatory measures against Seoul over the deployment of a US missile system on Korean territory.
The United Nations special rapporteur for Myanmar will probe the numerous reports of violence against Rohingya Muslims in the country.
Beijing-Washington ties have seen more unease amid US President-elect Donald Trump’s anti-China stance.
A Chinese official says Beijing has time and again reiterated its clear opposition to the deployment of THAAD by the US in South Korea.
Human rights groups slam Myanmar for a campaign of whitewashing abuses against Rohingya Muslims by government forces.
A mine collapse and a gas outburst killed five people in China’s Henan Province on Wednesday.
South Korea’s Constitutional Court heard oral arguments in a Thursday session in the impeachment trial of President Park Geun-hye.
Broadcaster CCTV said the assailant allegedly climbed a wall to enter the facility.
The path covers an area of 54,000 square meters.
The states include the most populous Uttar Pradesh.
A local official in Sichuan Province has allegedly shot and killed two other officials before killing himself.
The cause of the fire, which broke out at a nursing home in the province of Jilin, remains unknown.
Indonesia suspended military cooperation with Australia reportedly after disrespectful training materials was found at an Australian academy.
Nearly 23,000 people in Malaysia are forced out of their homes due to flooding in northeast states, officials say.
As many as 150 prisoners break out of the North Cotabato District Jail in the city of Kidapawan following an armed attack.
An anti-submarine destroyer and a sea tanker dock at Manila’s South Harbor, in what can change regional dynamics to the detriment of the United States.
The protesters chanted slogans such as "Death to the enemies of Afghanistan!" and "Death to Daesh!"