Asia-Pacific countries take firmest steps yet toward reopening
Energy security has shot to the top of government agendas in Asia and Europe as shortages of coal and rocketing gas prices trigger power outages, with China ...
The fate of a probe into the Beirut port explosion appears in increasing doubt after a bitter political dispute about the actions of the judge leading the ...
Japan's PM has unveiled a panel that's assigned the task of creating a virtuous cycle of growth and distribution, and creating a new post-Covid society.
A blast at a Shi'ite mosque in the southern Afghan city of Kandahar killled at least 15 people and wounded 31, though the total is expected to rise
Rohingya refugees that have been sent to a remote Bangladeshi island won’t be able to move freely to the mainland, leaked copy of deal shows
The space programme will support government projects and commercial activity
Chiu Kuo-cheng says, however, the country will defend itself ‘full on’ if necessary
The country is moving away from its zero-virus approach as it ramps up its vaccination drive
Danish sculptor labels order a warning that sculpture will be destroyed unless it is removed
North Korean film critics say hit TV series shows sad reality of unequal society
Discussions covered safe passage of citizens and other foreign nationals, state department spokesman says
Founder of news site Rappler shares prize with Russia’s Dmitry Muratov after braving the wrath of the countries’ leaders
Country faces ‘huge tasks for adjusting and developing the state economy’ and accomplishing economic goals, leader says
The blast follows several attacks, including one at a mosque in Kabul, in recent weeks, some of which have been claimed by IS
Scientists used 3-D bioprinters and bovine stem cells to replicate Wagyu’s distinctive marbling