Southeast Asian leaders have decried Myanmar's junta's decision to not send a representative of the country to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit, following a ban on its top general.
A North Korean human rights body has rejected the latest report by the United Nations human rights investigator, calling it a ‘malicious slander’.
China placed a city of 4 million under lockdown on Tuesday in an attempt to stamp out a domestic coronavirus outbreak, with residents told not to leave home except in emergencies.
Protesters in Sudan remained in the streets on Tuesday, despite the violence, a day after the country’s military seized power from a transitional government in an apparent coup d'état.
China has urged the United States to stop sending wrong signals in any form to the so-called “independence” forces of the Chinese Taipei after Washington said it attempts to enable the self-ruled island to take part meaningfully at the United Nations.
US President Joe Biden’s average approval rating has declined to a new low of 43.4 percent, according to a new analysis of polling.
Sudan’s main opposition coalition has called for civil disobedience and protests across the country against the backdrop of the military’s dissolving of the transitional government in what was denounced as a “coup.”
Daesh terrorist group has claimed responsibility for Saturday’s bomb attack in Uganda’s capital Kampala, which killed at least one person and injured three others.
Military forces in Sudan have detained Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok after besieging his house early on Monday, triggering fears of a potential coup d'état.
Insulate Britain, a new group whose campaigners have repeatedly blocked roads and motorways in and around the capital, targeted three locations including the Canary Wharf and City of London financial districts.