Supporters of India's opposition Congress party shout slogans to protest against the rise in price of essential commodities, in New Delhi, India, Wednesday, July 20.
Indonesia is banning police and military personnel from playing "Pokemon Go" while on duty, officials said Wednesday, after the defense minister warned the smartphone game was a security threat.
North Korea said Wednesday its latest ballistic missile tests trialled detonation devices for possible nuclear strikes on US targets in South Korea and were personally monitored by supreme leader Kim Jong-Un.
Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi paid tribute to her independence hero father Tuesday at a memorial attended for the first time by the army chief, a rare show of unity in the former junta-run country.
Malaysia and Singapore signed an agreement Tuesday to pursue an ambitious high-speed rail link touted as a first for Southeast Asia that would knit the historically fractious neighbors more closely together.
The Japan Meteorological Agency says a moderately strong earthquake shook the Japanese capital for the third time in four days.
Manila has rejected Beijing's demand that it "disregard" an international ruling that invalidated the Asian giant's claims to much of the South China Sea before negotiating on the issue, the Philippines' foreign secretary said Tuesday.
Indonesia's most wanted Muslim extremist has been killed in a firefight with troops, authorities said Tuesday, ending a years-long hunt for the Islamic State (IS) group supporter.
Australia's new cabinet was sworn in Tuesday, but the conservative government will have the slimmest of majorities when Parliament opens next month.
Nepal must investigate allegations that police tortured protesters arrested during demonstrations against a new constitution that left at least 50 people dead nationwide, Amnesty International said on Tuesday.