Incidents of looting and vandalism eased Tuesday in parts of India's information technology hub of Bangalore after authorities imposed a curfew amid widespread protests overnight over India's top court ordering the southern state of Karnataka to release water from a disputed river to a neighboring state.
Fiji is reverting to dictatorship and its democracy is a "farce," an opposition leader in the Pacific nation said Tuesday after he was arrested for taking part in a debate.
Indian Muslims offer Eid al-Adha prayers at Jama Masjid in New Delhi, India, Tuesday, Sept. 13.
Australia plans to hold a national vote on Feb. 11 on whether to allow same-sex marriage, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said Tuesday, despite critics warning it could unleash homophobia.
A suicide bomber injured four policemen, one critically, outside a Shiite mosque in southern Pakistan as the country marked the beginning of the religious festival Eid al-Adha on Tuesday.
China must help the international community close loopholes in sanctions on North Korea after an "unprecedented" series of provocations by Pyongyang this year, a top U.S. envoy said Tuesday.
Two huge US bombers flew over South Korea Tuesday in a show of force against the North as a top US envoy said China must help close loopholes in sanctions following Pyongyang's largest-ever nuclear test.
North Korea is ready to conduct another nuclear test at any time, South Korea's defense ministry said Monday, just days after Pyongyang sparked worldwide condemnation with its fifth and most powerful test.
Severe flooding in a North Korean border region has killed at least 133 people with another 395 missing and thousands of homes swept away, the U.N. says, after Pyongyang reported "great hardship" in the area.
The death toll from a boiler explosion and subsequent fire at a packaging factory in Bangladesh over the weekend has risen to 31 after more bodies were found in the debris, an official said Monday.