Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says that the time for talks with North Korea has come to an end.
US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley has defended President Donald Trump's first speech to the UN General Assembly.
Kyrgyzstan has accused Kazakhstan of interfering in its October 15 presidential election.
The International Organization for Migration warns that the Rohingya are "at the mercy" of traffickers.
A Singaporean baggage controller has been charged with swapping tags on hundreds of suitcases at an airport, causing them to end up at wrong destination.
Kyrgyzstan’s government has officially protested after Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev met with Kyrgyz opposition presidential candidate Omurbek Babanov, saying its neighbor was interfering in its Oct. 15 election.
South Korea says Pyongyang must take seriously a recent threat by the US president that the US would “totally destroy” the country if forced to.
World countries continue to hold Myanmar’s leader responsible over widespread reports of ethnic cleansing against minority Muslims in the country.
The UN chief urges Myanmar to halt its military campaign against Rohingya Muslims.
China rejects any form of threat as a solution for the North Korean nuclear crisis.
Afghanistan has received its first four US-made UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters as part of a planned replacement of its aging fleet of Russian-made Mi-17 helicopters.
A UN team tasked with probing allegations of mass killing of the Rohingya asks for more time.
Troops from the United States and South Korea participate in a joint drill near the border with North Korea.
Hong Kong’s leader calls for an immediate halt to calls for independence from mainland China.
The North Korea issue takes center stage in talks between world leaders and senior diplomats as the UN meets in New York.
Myanmar's leader says the reasons why Rohingyas are fleeing to Bangladesh elude her. Amnesty says she is "burying her head in the sand" in the face of "crimes against humanity."
The Pentagon confirms that the US is sending over 3,000 additional soldiers to war-ravaged Afghanistan, citing the so-called war on terrorism.
North Korea says the more sanctions are imposed by the US and its allies, the faster Pyongyang moves to complete its nuclear plans.
Some 20,000 people rally in Bangladesh to slam Myanmar's crackdown on Rohingya Muslims.
An Azerbaijani journalist is sentenced to 9 years behind bars for alleged extortion.
Amid rising tensions with North Korea, the US military holds joint war games with the South and Japan over the Korean Peninsula.
A rupture in the main pipeline carrying jet fuel to New Zealand’s largest airport disrupts the travel plans of thousands of people.
The naval drills come amid continuing tensions over the North Korean nuclear and missile programs.
Human Rights Watch says the UN must target the Myanmar military with sanctions over its ‘ethnic cleansing campaign’ against Rohingya Muslims.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has to give up his nuclear weapons, the White House has said, days after President Trump hinted at launching a possible military strike against the North.
Kulsoom Sharif wins the key parliamentary seat in Lahore that fell vacant after the ouster of her husband amid a corruption scandal in July.
Thousands of Rohingya Muslims in northwestern Myanmar are pleading for safe passage from two remote villages.
The NATO says it will decide on increased deployment of troops in Afghanistan in one month.
The deadly explosion occurred in the town of Mamond in Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas.
More than a dozen people were also injured.
Pakistanis have started going to polls in a by-election seen as a test of support for former prime minister Nawaz Sharif.
A powerful typhoon ripped into southern Japan on Sunday, dumping torrential rain, grounding hundreds of domestic flights and halting train services.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and US President Donald Trump have reportedly agreed to put extra pressure on North Korea.
The Rohingya Muslims who have fled persecution in Myanmar are now facing a range of difficulties in neighboring countries.
Military forces take over the command center of the Takfiri terrorists in the southern city following heavy fighting.
The UN says over 400,000 desperate Rohingya Muslims have so far fled the violence in Myanmar and crossed into Bangladesh.
The Chinese ambassador to the US says Washington should work to resume negotiations over the crisis on the Korean Peninsula.
Dhaka protests violations of its airspace by Myanmar drones and helicopters amid rising tensions between the two neighbors over the Rohingya crisis.
North Korea's leader says the country seeks "equilibrium" of military force with the US.
UNICEF says 240,000 Rohingya children who fled Myanmar’s recent violence and entered Bangladesh are suffering.
A US drone kills three people in the tribal area of Pakistan near the Afghanistan border.
North Korea's latest missile test prompts condemnation from friends and foes alike.
The Indian army says a border guard has been killed in cross-border fire from Pakistan in the disputed Kashmir region.
Police in the Philippines have clashed with protesters during an anti-US rally near the American Embassy in the capital city, Manila.
Pakistan’s Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal from former prime minister Nawaz Sharif against his disqualification from power.
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has implied the United States should withdraw Peace Corps volunteers in his country.
The Philippines’ defense chief says President Duterte may announce nationwide martial law next week.
The Press TV correspondent visiting Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh says a real humanitarian crisis is unfolding there amid a lack of aid supplies.
Amnesty International says it has satellite imagery and first-hand footage that proves Myanmar’s “ethnic cleansing” of Rohibgya Muslims.
The US general who is in charge of America's nuclear forces has confirmed that North Korea tested a hydrogen bomb earlier this month.
North Korea launches yet another missile over Japanese territories, reports say.
The European Parliament has called on Myanmar to end the ongoing violence against the Rohingya Muslims.
Yacob, a former speaker of parliament from the Malay Muslim minority, won the presidency in a walkover after authorities decided her rivals did not meet strict eligibility criteria.
Bangladesh targets refugee profiteers as some boat operators exploit Rohingya Muslims fleeing violence in Myanmar.
The deadly storm, which swept through the Philippines on Tuesday as Tropical Depression Maring, has strengthened to a severe tropical storm with wind speed of up to 115 kilometers per hour.
Modi and Abe talked about security measures at a time when both countries are on a collision course with China.
North Korea has threatened to use nuclear weapons against neighboring Japan and “sink” the island country.
At least 19 people have drowned after a boat crowded with construction workers capsized in the Yamuna River in northern India.
At least 24 people, mostly teenager boys, have lost their lives in a fire at an Islamic school in the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur.
"I call on the Myanmar authorities to suspend military activities and violence and uphold the rule of law," the UN chief said.
Britain and Sweden urge the UN Security Council to call for an end to Myanmar's crackdown on the Rohingya.
Security officials said the bombing was carried out during a tournament on Wednesday afternoon.
Singapore names a former top lawmaker as its first female president without an election.
Myanmar’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi will shun an upcoming UN General Assembly meeting over ongoing brutalities against minority Muslims in the Southeast Asian nation.
Seoul has confirmed that the traces of radioactive gas it recently detected were from Pyongyang's nuclear test earlier in the month.
Afghans demonstrate to express anger at insulting leaflets dropped by American jets.
Bangladesh, itself a poor country, has been praised for taking on the burden of sheltering Myanmar's Rohingya.
China’s major banks suspend transactions with North Korean clients following UN bans on Pyongyang.
Pyongyang condemns the UN Security Council’s ‘illegal and unlawful’ resolution which imposed more sanctions against the country.
The Security Council will convene on Wednesday at the request of Britain and Sweden amid an international outcry over Myanmar’s crimes against Rohingya Muslims.
The UN Security Council unanimously votes to adopt a watered-down version of a US-drafted resolution against North Korea over its nuclear tests.
Bangladesh agrees to free land for a new camp to shelter some of the hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims.
China is gearing up to ban petrol and diesel cars, a move that would boost electric vehicles and shake up the world's biggest car market.
Thousands of people have gathered in southern India to kick off what is expected to be the world's largest march against the trafficking and sexual abuse of children.
A bomber attacks a convoy from the NATO-led Resolute Support mission in Afghanistan, officials say.
New Delhi’s forces engage in deadly clashes with pro-independence militants in Kashmir, triggering protests by locals.
The Security Council is set to vote on a revised resolution drafted by the US to tighten sanctions against North Korea.
In footage released by a Chinese court, Lee Ming-cheh says he violated Chinese law by launching an online smear campaign against the Beijing government.
The United Nations rights commissioner warns that the situation of the minority Muslim group in Myanmar seems to be 'a textbook example of ethnic cleansing.'
North Korea says Washington will pay for leading a UN Security Council resolution over its latest nuclear test.
Indian prime minister and his Japanese counterpart will break ground on India's first bullet train project on Thursday in western Gujarat state.
Senior OIC leaders attending the Astana summit call for an immediate end to the brutal violence against the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.
The United Nations appeals for aid to tackle a humanitarian crisis unfolding in southern Bangladesh.
World countries continue to harshly react to a deadly crackdown by Myanmar’s government on minority Rohingya Muslims in a western state.
The head of the NATO military alliance has denounced North Korea’s latest nuclear test but said a “peaceful” solution is being explored now.
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres says the situation with North Korea is the world’s worst crisis in “years.”
The Philippine president says the country will not allow Daesh terrorists to flee in exchange for freeing hostages.
A top North Korean official says France must abandon its own nuclear weapons instead of criticizing Pyongyang.
Persecution of the Rohingya is done in a manner that they are tortured, discriminated, killed and raped, the premier said.
Japan and the US stage a joint aerial combat drill over the East China Sea amid escalating tensions on the Korean Peninsula.
The United States is planning to expand military ties with Myanmar despite the country's ongoing ethnic cleansing campaign against Rohingya Muslims.