The FORUM-ASIA and Progressive Voice rights groups have called on the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to address the “dire” humanitarian crisis in Myanmar.
Tunisia’s President Kais Saied has sacked the country’s ambassador to the United States and the governor of Sfax province.
India has deployed warships to the South China Sea in what New Delhi proclaims to be a bid to expand security ties with “friendly countries” and in an apparent move to join and play a bigger role in a US-led scheme to counter China near Chinese territorial waters.
The Taliban have claimed responsibility for a deadly attack on the Afghan defense minster’s house in the capital, Kabul, threatening to carry out more attacks against top government officials.
Two people died and more than 40 others suffered injuries when a fast train from Munich collided with a commuter passenger train in the Czech Republic on Wednesday.
Few hours after President Kais Saied’s decisions were published in the official gazette, Tunisian security forces arrested lawmaker Yassin Ayari, to serve a two-month jail term handed down to him by a military court in 2018.
The Afghan capital of Kabul has been rocked by coordinated strikes targeting the country’s defense minister and several lawmakers, leaving a number of civilian casualties amid an upturn in violence between the Taliban militant group and government forces.
A US police officer has died during a shooting outside the Pentagon building, multiple reports say.
The United Nations (UN) has rebuked the British government for a lack of determination to compensate for its colonial-era crimes and “gross human rights violations” against two tribes in Kenya, saying London should pay for damages to settle the matter.
Pro-migrant groups have warned that they will block refugees' expulsions in court as the administration of US President Joe Biden is pressing ahead with use of an "inhumane" Trump-era expulsion policy for migrant families.