A Philippines lawmaker filed supplementary charges on Thursday to an impeachment complaint against President Rodrigo Duterte, accusing him of taking a “defeatist stance” by doing nothing to challenge Beijing’s activities in the South China Sea.
A court in South Korea has started deliberations on whether to arrest the country’s ousted President Park Geun-hye over a corruption scandal.
The United States should consider using “military means” against Iran, US Army General Joseph Votel says, calling Tehran “the greatest long-term threat to stability” in the Middle East.
A small shuttle bus carrying Texas church members home from a retreat collided head-on with a pickup truck, killing 13 people and injuring two others Wednesday on a two-lane highway in southwestern Texas, officials said.
A federal judge in the US State of Hawaii has placed a stronger hold on Donald Trump's revised travel ban, striking another legal blow against the president's repeated attempts to bar people from several Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States.
Germany and France react to British Prime Minister Theresa May’s triggering of the Brexit process.
Chile's President Michelle Bachelet has vowed to continue the fight for protection and boost of trade between Asian and Latin American countries.
India’s ruling Hindu extremist Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) has ordered the closure of abattoirs operating without licenses across several states, a move seen as alienating the country's Muslim population.
A female driver has attempted to run over police officers near the US Congress in Washington DC, authorities said.
The funeral of celebrated South African anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Kathrada on Wednesday was transformed into a rally against President Jacob Zuma, who had been barred from the event.