Delhi High Court says authorities must abide by a ruling that all Tibetans born in India between January 1950 and July 1987 are Indian citizens.
Eighty-six fishermen are missing after a storm sank boats in the Bay of Bengal.
Malaysia may put ties with Qatar on the backburner; Indonesia’s foreign minister gets a call from Iran.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad is expected to take up the post later this month.
To find yarsagumba, families crawl through muddy fields hoping to spot a yellowish-green mummified caterpillar that resembles a disproportionate unicorn.
Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines plan joint air patrols, as IS threat in the southern Philippines spurs cooperation.
Commerce Department says trade deals worth US$8 billion.
Devastating cyclone hits southeast Bangladesh and the border with neighboring Burma, leaving thousands of Muslim Rohingya refugees hunkered down in ruined camps.
Rights activist Andy Hall has been involved in high-profile legal battles since the publication in 2013 of a report he researched on the treatment of migrant workers.
Cyclone Mora destroys thousands of makeshift homes, and refugee camps with at least 7 people killed, 50 injured in worst-hit district.
Philippines intelligence source says of the 400-500 fighters who overran Marawi City, as many as 40 had recently come from overseas.
Indonesian Siti Aishah, 25, and Doan Thi Huong, 28, from Vietnam, face the death penalty if convicted of murdering Kim Jong Nam.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte imposes martial law late on Mindanao to prevent the spread of extremism after rebels rampage through the city.
A bomb explodes at a military-owned hospital, wounding 24 people on the anniversary of the junta’s rule since its May 2004 coup.
China and Burma sign agreements regarding cooperation in economic development, health, and preservation of historic monuments in Bagan.