Hundreds of soldiers and officers in uniform gathered for a memorial service for Ethiopia's slain army chief in Addis Ababa on Tuesday.
Afghanistan on Tuesday denounced a terror warning that local media will be targeted if they broadcast "anti-Taliban statements".
Nearly 500 schools and kindergartens in Malaysia have been ordered to close until Thursday after many students complained of breathing difficulties and vomiting.
Five Chinese nationals have been charged with involuntary manslaughter and conspiracy after a building collapsed in Cambodia and killed 28 people.
Drone sightings have disrupted flights at Singapore's Changi Airport for the second time in a week.
SpaceX marked a milestone on Tuesday as its Falcon Heavy rocket successfully lofted two dozen satellites into the orbit.
Just a month after three blasts rocked Kathmandu, Nepali police have uncovered 28 suspicious packages from across the country early Tuesday.
At least seven migrants have been reported dead at the US-Mexico border in South Texas.
Extra police took to the streets in the Netherlands after the country was hit by a massive telecommunications outage.
The man believed to be behind Saturday's failed coup attempt in Ethiopia has been shot dead.
One pilot has been killed after two German Air Force Eurofighter jets collided in midair.
Turkey's opposition has dealt President Tayyip Erdogan a stinging blow by winning the rerun of the Istanbul mayoral election.
Authorities in France are taking extra precautions as Europe braces for a heatwave with temperatures forecast to exceed 40 degrees Celcius this week.
An American national has been handed a 12-year prison sentence after a court in Vietnam found him guilty of "attempting to overthrow the state".
A top official has been sacked in Cambodia over his failure to take responsibility for the collapse of an under-construction building that left 28 people dead.
At least four people have been killed and 100 more injured after a passenger train derailed near Bangladesh's Moulavi Bazar district.
The bodies of seven climbers killed on India's second highest mountain last month have been recovered in the treacherous Himalayan terrain.
Air Canada has launched an investigation after a woman was left alone in a locked plane after falling asleep on a flight.
A strong 7.5 magnitude earthquake has struck off the coasts of Indonesia on Monday, with tremors being felt as far away as northern Australia.
Saudi Arabia's new residency scheme that allows foreign expats to live and work in the Kingdom without the need of a local sponsor has been launched.
West African troops have killed 42 suspected IS fighters in a battle in the Lake Chad region.
Three people have been arrested in Indonesia in connection with Friday's matchstick factory fire that left 30 people dead.
Residents in Istanbul are casting their votes in the re-run of Istanbul's mayoral election that was annulled over election irregularities.
Ethiopian Army's chief of staff General Seare Mekonnen has been shot dead while trying to thwart an attempted coup in the Amhara region.
A slug has been blamed for causing a power outage that disrupted rail traffic on a Japanese island last month.
Kim Jong-Un has received a personal letter from US President Donald Trump.
The death toll in the collapse of an under-construction building in southwestern Cambodia has risen to 18, as the search for survivors continued.
Security forces in Sri Lanka have been given emergency powers for a third straight month after the Easter bombings which left more than 250 people dead.
There will be no investigation into alleged police brutality during the ongoing protests in Hong Kong.
At least seven people have been killed after a building collapsed in Cambodia.
Mauritanians are voting for the first time since the country gained independence from France in 1960.
Leaders from Southeast Asian countries have kicked off a two-day summit in Bangkok.
At least nine people have been killed after a light aircraft crashed in Hawaii.
Mark Esper could be the next US secretary of defence.
The human rights chief at the United Nations (UN) has urged Venezuela to release prisoners who she says were arrested for peacefully protesting.
Canada has banned the import and export of shark fins.
Russian airlines have been temporarily banned from flying to Georgia.
Police in London were called to the home of Boris Johnson early on Friday.
A UK minister has been suspended pending an investigation after he forcibly removed a Greenpeace activist from a dinner in London’s financial district.
At least 30 people have been killed after a fire ripped through a matchstick factory in Indonesia's North Sumatra province.
Thousands of people dressed in black have surrounded the police headquarters in Hong Kong to demand the total withdrawal of the controversial extradition bill.
A Mexican airline is offering one-dollar flights to undocumented migrants wishing to return to Costa Rica, El Salvador and Guatemala.
At least 44 people have been killed and dozens more injured in India's Himachal Pradesh after a bus plunged into a gorge.
Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in Pyongyang on Thursday morning for a state visit to North Korea.
A court in Hungary has handed life sentences to four men in connection with the death of 71 migrants.
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has questioned the objectivity of the MH17 crash investigation, claiming he didn't think Russia was involved.
Former Interpol chief Meng Hongwei pleaded guilty at a trial in China on Thursday to accepting $2.1 million in bribes.
New Zealand has set aside $136 million for the firearms buy-back scheme that was introduced after Christchurch mosque attacks.
Four men will face murder charges for the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight 17 in 2014, that left 298 passengers and crew dead.
A "starving and exhausted" polar bear has been spotted straying into a city in Russia's northern Siberia, hundreds of kilometres from its natural habitat.
France has the lowest levels of trust in vaccines globally, according to the world's biggest survey into attitudes on immunisation.
More than 70 million people are fleeing war, persecution and conflict, the highest number ever recorded, the United Nations has said.
US President Donald Trump formally launched his 2020 re-election campaign on Tuesday before a jam-packed crowd in Florida, calling the state "my second home".
Investigators probing the 2014 Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash in eastern Ukraine will announce charges against several suspects today.
At least 26 people have been injured, including one critically, after a 6.7-magnitude earthquake struck Japan’s northwestern region.
Hong Kong's leader Carrie Lam has apologised for an extradition bill that set off massive protests and signalled it is now "unlikely" to pass.
The Indian government on Tuesday sacked 15 senior tax officials with corruption allegations against them.
Venezuela has freed opposition lawmaker Gilber Caro, ahead of a visit by UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet.
A New Zealand man has been handed a 21-month prison sentence for distributing live footage of the Christchurch massacre online.
Toronto police have taken into custody three people after responding to a shooting at Nathan Philips Square, during the Toronto Raptors' NBA Championship celebration.
Some of Pakistan's politicians have been left red-faced after they left a cat-face filter on while live-streaming a press conference.
The death toll from a strong 6.0-magnitude earthquake that struck China's southwestern Sichuan province rose to 11 on Tuesday.
Egypt's ousted President Mohammad Mursi collapsed in court during a trial and died on Monday.
At least 30 people have been killed and 40 more injured in a triple suicide attack in northeast Nigeria.
Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong walked free from prison on Monday, pledging to press ahead with more protests to demand the resignation of Hong Kong's leader Carrie Lam.
The mayor of Phoenix has apologised and called a community meeting after a video showing police threatening to shoot a family went viral.
At least eight people have died after a dinghy carrying migrants capsized off Turkey's western coast on Monday.
Sudan's former-President Omar al-Bashir has appeared in public for the first time since his ouster two months ago.
Power has been restored to all of Argentina and Uruguay following a massive blackout that left nearly 50 million people without power on Sunday.
A man suspected of stabbing a police officer in Japan has been arrested a day after the incident.
Tens of thousands are expected to take to the streets in Hong Kong on Sunday to demand the resignation of Chief Executive Carrie Lam.
A severe heatwave in the Indian state of Bihar has left at least 45 people dead and more than 100 hospitalised in the last 24 hours.
Drought-hit Namibia has authorised the auction of at least 1,000 wild animals to limit loss of life.
At least eight Kenyan police officers have been killed after their patrol vehicle was struck by an improvised explosive device near the Somali border.
A massive manhunt has been launched in Japan after a police officer was stabbed several times and his loaded handgun stolen while on patrol.
A United Airlines flight skidded off a runway Saturday at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey, leading to delays.
US President Donald Trump has launched yet another attack on London Mayor Sadiq Khan, calling him a "disaster" in response to violence in the city.
There is no tsunami threat to New Zealand after a strong 7.4 magnitude earthquake struck the Kermadec Islands region in the Pacific Ocean.
Tony Blair has responded strongly to Jeremy Corbyn's claims that the former leader didn't do enough to tackle inequality while he was in power.
Efforts are underway to find the bodies of a group of climbers that were most likely killed in an avalanche on the Himalayas.
Donald Trump has backed down on comments he made on whether or not her would report foreign interference in a campaign.
The man who stabbed Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro last September has been acquitted.
Religious exemptions can no longer be applied when it comes to giving vaccines to children in New York.
China has denied that one of its fishing vessels abandoned 22 Filipinos after their boat sank in the South China Sea.
Tanzania has decided to impose a tax on wigs and hair extensions.
A six-year-old Indian migrant has died in an Arizona desert.
Hordes of Venezuelans have made a last minute dash to cross the Peru border.
Hong Kong has suspended a contentious change in the law that allows extraditions to mainland China.
Another politician has exited the race to become the next Conservative leader and British Prime Minister.
A group of international investigators who are looking in to the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 have said they will present their latest findings next week.
Dominica has been removed from a European Union blacklist of tax havens.
Indonesia’s opposition party says President Joko Widodo’s election victory was made possible through “systematic electoral fraud and abuse of power.”
Opinion polls in Ukraine suggest that Volodymyr Zelenskiy’s new party could win a majority in next month’s parliamentary elections.
Kellyanne Conway could be in hot water.
A famous ancient tower has collapsed in Afghanistan.
Boris Johnson received the most number of votes in the opening MPs' ballot to select the next Conservative Party leader and British prime minister.
Sarah Sanders will soon no longer be the White House Press Secretary.
Thousands of women across Switzerland have hit the streets.
The main suspect in March’s Christchurch mosque attacks has pleaded not guilty to all charges.
Riot police have been deployed in Hong Kong and government offices shut down for the rest of the week after scenes of violence and chaos shook the city.
A Sri Lankan church that was bombed during the Easter attacks held its first service since restoration work was completed.
The man accused of carrying out the twin massacres at New Zealand mosques is expected to face a new terrorism charge this Friday.
A woman who tested positive for Ebola virus has died in Uganda, taking the death toll in the latest outbreak to two.
Bahrain is all set to phase out the use of plastic products.
French president Emmanuel Macron has promised to send a new oak tree to his American counterpart Donald Trump after the first one died in quarantine.
Yemen’s Houthi militia has targeted an airport in Saudi Arabia, injuring 26 people.
Vietnam has asked firms to stop advertising on Google's YouTube videos that contain "anti-state propaganda".
Hong Kong lawmakers have been forced to delay a planned debate of a controversial extradition bill after tens of thousands of people stormed key roads in protest.
Authorities in New Zealand have found the body of a missing British hiker near a waterfall in the Tararua Range outside the capital Wellington.
Swedish authorities have confirmed that no explosives were found outside a police station in the southern Swedish town of Linkoping.
Russian investigative journalist Ivan Golunov has been released from house arrest after authorities unexpectedly dropped drug charges.
Almost 300,000 people are being evacuated in India's west coast as a severe cyclone is expected to make landfall early Thursday.
The pilot who died after his chopper crash-landed atop a Manhattan skyscraper was not licenced to fly during bad weather.
Hungarian rescue officials have recovered four bodies after they started raising a tourist boat that capsized on the Danube river in Budapest last month.
Three people have been killed and three more injured in an explosion on an oil tanker and subsequent fire in the southern Russian port of Makhachkala.
At least five people have been killed and thousands more stranded after torrential rain lashed parts of China.
A helicopter crash-landed on the roof of a building in New York City on Monday afternoon, killing the pilot.
At least seven people have drowned after a migrant boat overturned off the Greek island of Lesbos on Tuesday.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un's deceased half brother Kim Jong-Nam was working as a spy for American intelligence.
Authorities in Malaysia are working to identify the cause of a mystery illness that has killed 12 indigenous people in a village in Kelantan state.
Several shops remained shut across Sudan on Monday in an attempt to pressurise the ruling military government to make way for civilian rule.
Undeterred by massive protests, Hong Kong has vowed to press ahead with a controversial plan to allow extradition to China.
At least one person has died and five others injured after a crane fell onto an apartment building in Dallas.
A special fast-track court in India has convicted six men for the rape and murder of an eight-year-old girl in Jammu and Kashmir last year.
The oak tree planted by US President Donald Trump and his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, at the White House has withered and died.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to announce steps towards a federal ban on single-use plastics on Monday.
Hundreds of thousands of people have taken to the streets of Hong Kong in bid to thwart a proposed extradition law.
Authorities in Nepal will use DNA to help identify the bodies of four climbers who failed their Everest challenge.
Turkey's Defence Ministry has "neutralised" 43 members of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) in northern Iraq.
A court in Russia has put a journalist known for investigating corruption among Moscow city officials under house arrest for two months.
Protest groups have announced a nationwide "civil disobedience" campaign to force the military council to transfer power to civilian rule.
Albanian President Ilir Meta has cancelled local elections, saying the political tensions in the country would not allow for fair elections.
Thousands of people crossed the border between Venezuela and Colombia after it reopened for the first time in four months.
The former Brexit secretary says the move will prevent lawmakers from stopping a no-deal Brexit.
The two countries struck a deal to avoid a tariff war.
The Spanish city's council realised in 2016 that Gaudi's spectacular church had never been granted planning permission.
A group of 14 lions have escaped from Kruger National Park near the Mozambique border.
Nearly 600 million people fall ill and 420,000 die from eating contaminated food, according to the World health organization (WHO).
A suspected explosion has damaged apartment buildings in the south of Sweden leaving 25 people injured.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will step down as Conservative Party leader on Friday, but remain Prime Minister until a successor is elected in July.
Australian police have found 1.6 tonnes of methamphetamine in the country's biggest onshore seizure.
The search operations for the missing Indian Air Force (IAF) transport aircraft has entered the fourth day.
Egyptian security forces have killed 14 militants, a day after eight police officers were killed in a checkpoint attack in northern Sinai.
A German nurse has been handed a life sentence for murdering 85 patients in his care.
Authorities in Sudan have lowered the death toll from the crackdown on a pro-democracy camp by more than 60.
The leaders of the United States, Britain and France are joining veterans in northern France for a second day to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion.
Several districts across south India have been put on high alert after a 23-year-old man was diagnosed with the deadly Nipah virus in Kerala.
A woman has been arrested in the Philippines for cracking a "bomb joke" at a train station in Manila.
The body of a British tourist was found in a fish sanctuary in the southern town of Cebu.
The number of people killed in the Sudanese military's raid of a protest camp in Khartoum has risen to 60.
The cable supporting an out-of-service ski lift at the Swiss mountain resort of Titlis Engelberg ripped during maintenance work, injuring several people.
At least eight Egyptian security personnel have been killed after militants stormed a checkpoint in north Sinai.
North Korea's famed 'Mass Games' has been put on hold after leader Kim Jong-Un criticised the creators of this year's performance.
Indian officials have halted attempts to retrieve the bodies of five climbers killed in an avalanche in the Himalayas after encountering technical issues.
Australian police have raided offices of the country's public broadcaster, the Australian Broadcasting Corp. (ABC) in Sydney.
A total of 400 Golden Cards have been issued to outstanding expatriates since the permanent residency scheme was introduced in the UAE last month.
Abu Dhabi police have fined more than 3,000 drivers for ignoring the school bus stop signs during the 2018-2019 academic year.