Police fire a gun and deploy a water cannon to disperse crowds during a 12th week of protests.
Two years after what the UN calls ethnic cleansing, refugees from Myanmar mark their “genocide day”.
Police charge anti-government demonstrators, beating some with batons, in a 12th week of protests.
Simon Cheng was reported missing on 8 August after crossing the border for a business trip.
The president hits back at Beijing’s plans by hiking tariffs on Chinese imports by another 5%.
The president vows retaliation after China announces new tariffs on 5,000 products imported from the US.
The lonely death of Han Sung-ok and her son, possibly by starvation, has South Korea asking “if only”…
A Pakistani court rejects their bid to free the accused killers of social media star Qandeel Baloch.
India’s re-evaluation of its “no first use” nuclear pledge has implications for peace in South Asia.
The agreement seeks to maintain existing trade arrangements between the countries post-Brexit.
The senior opposition leader has been arrested on charges of corruption and money laundering.
The US government has approved the potential $8bn fighter plane sale, the largest in decades.
Pell, the most senior Catholic cleric to be convicted of sexual abuse, will complete a six-year sentence.
It plans to take its dispute with India over the territory to to the International Court of Justice.
The FCO says it is seeking further information from Chinese authorities.
The reprieve allows US companies to do business with Huawei for a further 90 days
Some 200 schools in Indian-administered Kashmir opened their doors but many parents kept their children at home.
Mirwais Elmi and his bride survived but many relatives are among the 63 killed in Saturday’s attack.
More than 100,000 people stage a new protest in the face of warnings from Beijing authorities.
Many casualties are feared in the suspected suicide attack in the west of the Afghan capital.