Sri Lanka pilots Friday started industrial action against random breathalyzer tests, as the island's national carrier warned passengers to expect delays.
An Indian villager offers prayers over the bodies of two female elephants after they were electrocuted next to an electricity pole at Kiranchandra Tea Garden, on the outskirts of Siliguri on Saturday, Sept. 10.
Samsung urged South Korean consumers Saturday to stop using its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, following a similar warning by the US consumer agency and several airlines who fear battery explosions.
A U.S. court has issued an order allowing South Korea's troubled Hanjin Shipping to unload some cargo without fear of creditors seizing its ships, a company spokesman said Saturday.
North Korea claimed Friday it had successfully tested a nuclear warhead that could be mounted on a missile, drawing condemnation from the South over the "maniacal recklessness" of young ruler Kim Jong-Un.
At least fifteen people have been killed and 70 injured, many critically, in a huge fire triggered by a boiler explosion at a Bangladeshi packaging factory, officials said Saturday.
A Cambodian opposition leader was sentenced to five months in jail Friday in the latest faceoff between the government and opposition as political tensions over challenges to Prime Minister Hun Sen's longstanding autocratic rule show no signs of easing.
As the temperature heads towards 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit) in New Delhi, Ram Babu sets off on his bicycle in an unlikely race against time to deliver ice before it melts.
A student dressed as Hitler has won a prize at an assembly in front of visiting Jewish children at an Australian school, which Friday called it "an innocent mistake."
Five Malaysian hostages are on the run with their Abu Sayyaf captors in the mountainous jungles of Jolo amid an intense sustained Philippines military offensive against the gunmen.