Indian navy personnel display their skills during Naval Day celebrations at the Arabian Sea in Mumbai, India, Sunday, Dec. 4.
Navy aircraft mechanic Kuniyoshi Takimoto watched as Japanese planes roared off the aircraft carrier Hiryu to attack Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.
New Zealand's military and diplomatic ties with the U.S. weakened in the 1980s after the South Pacific nation banned nuclear warships.
South Korea lawmakers on Monday kicked off an unprecedented series of hearings that will grill the country's business elite over a corruption scandal engulfing impeachment-threatened President Park Geun-hye.
New Zealand's popular Prime Minister John Key stunned the nation on Monday when he announced, in a breaking voice, he was resigning after eight years as leader.
Tens of thousands of Indonesians rallied in the center of the capital Jakarta on Sunday, calling for tolerance and unity after massive protests by conservative Muslims against the city's minority Christian governor.
A small scythe, a crowbar and a bundle of canvas bags are all that Kali and Vedan carry when they venture into the fields of southern India to catch some of the world's deadliest snakes.
The National Programme on Preventing and Reducing Child Labour for the years 2016-2020 aims to end child labor exploitation. All 100 percent of the child laborers will be assisted to integrate into the community and get the chance to grow, Dao Hong Lan, deputy minister of labour, invalids and social affairs said.
A humble rail worker who shot to fame for pulling a suicidal man off train tracks was honored by Bangladesh authorities Sunday, as footage of his heroism went viral.
Philippine Vice President Leni Robredo said Sunday she would quit President Rodrigo Duterte's cabinet after being told to stay away from its meetings, and alleged there was a plot to oust her as his deputy.