A suspected suicide bombing at a wedding hall in the Afghan capital, Kabul, has killed 43 people and injured dozens more, officials say.
Park officials found bags, plastic bottles, sandals and 115 plastic cups in the whale's stomach, weighing 13.2 lbs.
Leaders of China and the Philippines have preliminarily agreed to cooperate on oil and gas exploration, a move that is likely to anger many Filipinos ...
A group of police officers "stormed" Papua New Guinea's parliament on Tuesday over unpaid wages, damaging the building and reportedly assaulting ...
The urban celebrities were otterly oblivious to the fact they were crashing a romantic moment.
Family members of critical care patients can stay for free outside visiting hours.
President Xi Jinping arrived in Manila amid growing concern that the Philippines’ conciliatory approach to China has backfired.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison is proposing to reduce the cap on immigration by nearly 30,000 people a year to control what he called runaway congestion in Australian cities.
Their "chilling" plan involved killing as many people as possible in a crowded place, police say.
Australia's first female PM Julia Gillard tells BBC 100 Women she was taken aback by insults.
An award acceptance speech by a young Taiwanese filmmaker has stirred passionate reactions on both sides of the Taiwan Strait, pitting some of the region's leading entertainment and political figures against each other just a week before an important election on the self-ruled island.
With the presidents of the United States and Russia staying home, it seemed Chinese President Xi Jinping would dominate this weekend at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit and increase his country's influence in the Pacific.