Donald Trump’s election rival Joe Biden has accused the US president of stoking the racial unrest currently gripping the country.
The Philippines has suspended its earlier plan to scrap a long-standing defense agreement with the United States.
A 71-year-old resident of the Kutupalong camp in Cox’s Bazar on Monday became the first Rohingya refugee confirmed to have died of COVID-19, Bangladeshi officials said.
Beijing has promised to take retaliatory measures in response to the United States’ plan to end its special financial relationship with Hong Kong.
The Japan International Cooperation Agency announced an emergency loan program for businesses in Myanmar as part its plans to help Myanmar weather the impacts of COVID-19.
India started a phased reopening of its economy on Monday outside of designated COVID-19 ‘containment zones’.
Two NASA astronauts were successfully launched into space on board a commercial rocket bound for the International Space Station on Saturday.
The largest hospital in New Delhi dedicated to treating COVID-19 patients has seen a surge in cases and its waiting list continues to grow.
A medical workers union in Japan said nearly 10 percent of its offices had reported cases of discrimination against health-care staff due to public fears over COVID-19.
A senior Chinese general said Beijing reserves the right to use force to prevent Taiwan from asserting independence from the mainland.
Singapore’s Infrastructure Asia has signed an agreement to help Myanmar find ‘quality’ investors and partners for its Project Bank of high-priority development plans.
Hong Kong police arrested hundreds of people protesting a bill that would make it illegal to abuse China’s national anthem.
A court in Canada ruled that there are legitimate legal grounds for extraditing Huawei Technologies executive Meng Wanzhou to the US, angering Beijing.
The hardship endured by Indian migrant workers left jobless and forced to find a way home due to COVID-19 has made many reluctant to seek work in cities again.
Thailand’s opposition has raised suspicions over the government’s motive for extending emergency powers as the COVID-19 crisis starts to ease.