At least 113 people were killed and more than 150 injured when a fire broke out during a wedding at an event hall in the northern Iraqi town of Hamdaniyah
Bankrupt Sri Lanka's economic recovery was "not yet assured", the International Monetary Fund warned today, after the first review of its $2.9 billion bailout aimed at repairing the island nation's ruined finances
Court finds Trump liable for fraud in New York civil case
Forty five students, many of them girls, were injured in ethnic strife-hit north eastern Indian state of Manipur's Imphal Valley today when the police fired tear gas shells and baton-charged protesters demonstrating against the killing of two youths who were allegedly kidnapped in July, PTI reported quoting officials said
Army chiefs and senior officers from 30 countries including the United States met in India yesterday to discuss threats facing the Asia-Pacific region, in the face of concern at an increasingly assertive China.
President Joe Biden yesterday joined a picket line with striking autoworkers in Michigan, backing their call for a 40 percent pay raise and telling them they deserve a “lot more” than they are getting.
India yesterday told the United Nations “political convenience” cannot be the basis for a response to terrorism or extremism, and called on the global community to respect the rules-based order and the UN Charter.
Russia hit Ukrainian port infrastructure and grain storage facilities in an overnight drone strike on the grain exporting district of Izmail, Ukrainian officials said yesterday.
Armenia on Tuesday said a total of 13,350 refugees have arrived from Nagorno-Karabakh, a majority ethnic Armenian breakaway enclave that was defeated in a lightning offensive by Azerbaijan last week.
The Philippines said yesterday it executed a “special operation” to remove a floating barrier installed by China at a prime fishing patch in the South China Sea, a move that could stoke tension after a years-long detente in Asia’s most disputed waters.