The leaders of China and the European Union are holding wide-ranging talks that include their disputes over trade and a deep divide on the war in Ukraine.
A critically endangered bird that only exists on a few Indonesian islands is facing a new threat as the country builds a new capital hundreds of miles away.
The national security advisers of the United States, South Korea and Japan will meet in Seoul this week to discuss North Koreaās military threat and other issues as they continue to promote trilateral cooperation in Asia.
Indonesian authorities have ended the search for any more victims among climbers who were caught by a weekend eruption of the Mount Marapi volcano that killed 23 people and injured several others.
South Koreaās Olympic committee is pushing to send hundreds of athletes to a navy training center to enhance their mental toughness ahead of the Paris Olympics.
A U.S. citizen has been charged in Arizona over online posts that allegedly incited what police describe as a āreligiously motivated terrorist attackā in Australia a year ago in which six people died.
The Australian government has rushed legislation through Parliament that could place behind bars some of the migrants freed after the High Court ruled their indefinite detention was unconstitutional.
Officials say a massive fire has swept through a multi-story commercial building in Pakistanās largest southern port city of Karachi, killing at least three people and damaging several shops.
Media reports say Italy has formally withdrawn from Chinaās global Belt and Road initiative that seeks to deepen relations with foreign countries through infrastructure investments.
The top U.S. and Chinese diplomats have agreed to build on recent progress in bilateral ties and work together to keep the Israel-Hamas conflict in Gaza from spreading.
An audit commissioned by Volkswagen has found no indication of forced labor at its plant in Chinaās Xinjiang region, where Western governments have accused the Chinese government of human rights violations against the Uyghur ethnic minority.
Marking his first anniversary of coming to power, Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahm admitted he was still struggling to win over ethnic Malay votes and acknowledged frustration over the slow pace of reforms.
Brushing the dust from his hat and lying on the floor inside his home, Ali Shadilov recalls how he and other fishermen used to laugh at town elders who warned that the enormous sea they relied on was disappearing.
The Australian government hopes to rush legislation through Parliament that could place behind bars some of the migrants who have been freed since the High Court ruled their indefinite detention was unconstitutional.
A rights group says the Talibanās education policies are harming boys as well as girls in Afghanistan.
Philippine officials say at least 16 people have been killed and 12 others injured when a passenger bus lost control while negotiating a downhill road curve in a central mountain village and plunged into a deep ravine.
Air Force Special Operations Command has recovered the remains of six of the eight service members who were lost when their Osprey aircraft crashed off the coast of Japan last week.
Papua New Guinea Prime Minister James Marape says he will sign a bilateral security pact with Australia during a visit this week.
A bus has crashed in western Thailand, killing 14 people and injuring more than 30 others. Officials said the accident occurred early Tuesday in Prachuap Khiri Khan province as the bus was traveling from the capital, Bangkok, to Songkhla province in the deep south.
Pakistani authorities say a roadside bomb went off near a school in the countryās northwest on Tuesday, wounding at least three passersby and damaging windows of a nearby bank and several shops The bombing happened in the commercial center of Peshawar, the capital of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province bord
Individually, the photographs are the product of a moment, capturing glimpses of joy, grief, rage, hope, and resilience.
Heavy rains leave at least 12 dead before storm Michaung makes landfall on Indiaās southeast coast
A powerful storm has made landfall along Indiaās southeast coast, unleashing torrential rains and strong winds.
Thousands of protesters have rallied against the New Zealand governmentās Indigenous policies as the Parliament convened for the first time since October elections.
The U.N. refugee agency has raised the alarm for an estimated 400 Rohingya Muslims believed to be aboard two boats reported to be out of supplies and adrift in the Andaman Sea.
North Korea accuses US of double standards for letting South Korea launch spy satellite from US soil
North Korea has accused the U.S. of double standards, slamming it for allowing rival South Korea to launch a spy satellite from U.S. territory after condemning the Northās earlier satellite launch.
Pakistani police say they arrested at least 17 suspects in the weekend bus shooting that left 10 people dead and 25 others wounded, authorities said.
The U.S. Air Force says divers have discovered wreckage and the remains of five crew members from a U.S.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un says it is a duty of women to halt a fall in the countryās birthrate.
Heavy rains and strong winds are pelting Indiaās southern and eastern coastlines and states have been put on high alert after a deep depression over the Bay of Bengal intensified into a powerful storm.
One of Hong Kongās best-known pro-democracy activists who moved to Canada to pursue her studies says she will not return to the city to meet her bail conditions.
The Chinese military said that an American naval ship had āillegally intrudedā on Monday into waters near the Second Thomas Shoal, the site of a hot territorial dispute between China and the Philippines in the South China Sea.
French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna says she is open to any resettlement request from tiny South Pacific nations threatened by rising sea levels, similar to Australiaās agreement with Tuvalu.
Rescuers have recovered the body of a man buried under tons of mud and rocks following flash floods and a landslide that crashed onto a hilly village on Indonesiaās Sumatra island.
A powerful earthquake that shook the southern Philippines has killed at least one villager and injured several others as thousands scrambled out of their homes in panic and jammed roads to higher grounds after a tsunami warning was issued.
Militants opened fire at a bus in northern Pakistan, killing nine people including two soldiers, and injuring over 20 others, local police said.
Results show Indiaās ruling Hindu nationalist party won in three of four state elections in a crucial vote that pitted the main opposition party against that of Prime Minister Narendra Modi before national polls next year.