Newly elected Prime Minister, on Wednesday, said that Malaysia will review and possibly end its agreement with a private United States organisation searching for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
On Tuesday, United States President, Donald Trump said that there is a “substantial chance” his summit with Kim Jong-un will not take place as planned on June 12 amidst concerns that the North Korean leader is not committed to denuclearization.
On Tuesday, Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg apologised to European Union lawmakers for a massive data leak, in his latest attempt to draw a line under a scandal that has rocked the world's biggest social media network.
A top American lawmaker called for lifting country-cap on Green Card, saying the existing system creates a power imbalance between employer and employee.
Great American author, Philip Roth died at the age of 85.
Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal said that Pakistan has misused the economic growth opportunity in the past because of political instability, claiming that “tanks and missiles” alone cannot save a country.
According to the officials, at least 16 people were killed on Tuesday when Afghan forces accidentally detonated a container full of explosives.
A social welfare organisation on Tuesday said that a heatwave has claimed lives of 65 people in Pakistan's southern city of Karachi over the past three days, amidst the fears that the death toll could climb as the high temperatures remain.
On Tuesday, approximately 24 journalists from Western and Chinese news organisations arrived in North Korea to witness the termination of its nuclear test site, an indication that the shutdown will go ahead amidst renewed diplomatic uncertainty.
On Monday, the Syrian army was in complete control of the capital and its outskirts for the first time since 2012, after expelling the Islamic State group from a last pocket of defiance.
On Tuesday, a senior Iranian military commander poured derision on United States threats to tighten sanctions saying that the Islamic Republic's people would respond by punching US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in the mouth.
Britain welcomed the Bangladesh government’s handling of the Rohingya refugee crisis but has described the human rights situation in the country “deeply concerning”, quoting accusations of extra-judicial killings and imposed disappearances.
On Monday, Gobind Singh Deo became the first member of Malaysia's Sikh minority to be appointed a federal minister.
On Monday, a Danish minister, who is also known for her strong anti-immigration views, called for Muslims to take time off work during the fasting period of Ramadan, saying the practice can be “dangerous for all of us”.
On Monday, South Korean President headed towards Washington to help broker a nuclear deal between the United States and North Korea ahead of their first-ever summit in June.
On Monday, a Turkish court sentenced 104 people to life in prison for involvement in a failed military coup in 2016, according to the Hurriyet newspaper, in one of the heaviest penalties given since the attempt.
United States Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo cautioned Tehran would be hit with the “strongest sanctions in history” and cautioned European firms against continuing to do business with it, toughening up Washington's policy line after its withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal.
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On Monday the Sky news reported that Meghan Markle's nephew was let off with a warning after bringing a knife to a south London club as he celebrated her marriage to Britain's Prince Harry.
According to the United States Geological Survey, a 5.6 magnitude earthquake hit the United States territory of Guam in the Pacific Ocean on Monday morning.
Heavy monsoon rains and strong winds across Sri Lanka claimed lives of at least 7 people and displaced more than 1,000, inciting authorities to deploy the military for rescue and relief operations.
United States Vice-President, Mike Pence cautioned North Korea's Kim Jong-un not to "play" President Donald Trump if they meet next month.
On Monday, Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo said that the United States will increase the financial pressure on Iran with the “strongest sanctions in history,” after Washington pulled out of the 2015 nuclear deal with Tehran.
Iranian Foreign Minister, Javad Zarif condemned the United States for pledging to impose the "strongest sanctions in history" on Iran.
On Monday, the Trump administration announced a list of 12 demands for admittance in a nuclear treaty with Iran, in order to prevent Tehran from developing nuclear weapons “in perpetuity”.
The health ministry on Monday said that one of the 3 women who survived Cuba's worst air crash lost her life due to her wounds, raising the death toll to 111.
New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern gave the opening address at a national tech event in truly appropriate fashion as a hologram.
A French student union leader who has been condemned by ministers for using her headscarf for political gain has hit back, calling the assertions "pathetic".
Heavy monsoon rains and strong winds across Sri Lanka claimed lives of at least 7 persons and displaced more than 1,000, prompting authorities to deploy the military for rescue and relief operations.
China said in a statement that China's air force has landed bombers on islands and reefs in the South China Sea as part of a training exercise in the disputed region.
According to media reports, in a tragic incident, a 20-year-old Indian student has died after falling off rocks into the ocean from a popular tourist attraction in Western Australia while trying to take a selfie.
On Saturday, a Mexican pilot who once flew the leased passenger plane that crashed in Cuba, claiming lives of 107 people on board.
On Monday, the Taliban cautioned Kabul residents to avoid “military centres” in the heavily fortified city, saying they are planning more attacks in the capital where civilians have long taken the brunt of the casualties.
On Sunday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said that a group of ISIS fighters had been evacuated from the last rebel enclave near Damascus in a withdrawal that will restore state control over the area.
Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, has promised to give more time to Indian charity, handpicked for donations in lieu of gifts for her royal wedding to Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex.
On Monday, an official said that a Japanese climber lost nine fingertips to frostbite in a previous expedition during an attempt to climb Mount Everest.
The Cabinet announced that the United Arab Emirates would issue long-term residency visas for up to 10 years to international investors and “exceptional talents” including professionals and students.