The March 28 attacks on students of African origin at a shopping mall in Noida, India has shocked people across the subcontinent and created a serious image problem for the country -- especially in Africa.
Syria's bloody conflict has entered its seventh year with unrelenting killings, displacements and bombardments being "one of the largest man-made humanitarian and protection crises in the world." As the U.N.
President Rodrigo Duterte has returned to a favorite topic and a favorite form of discourse, and criticized the European Union with violent, threatening language.
British Prime Minister Theresa May this week invoked Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty -- the glue that's held the European Union together until now -- officially paving the way for negotiations on her country's exit from the union.
After assuming power in May 2014, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced key points of his economic policy, of which Make-in-India was an important component.
I strongly disagree with how the Ministry of Transportation and Communications handled the aftermath of the deadly tour bus accident on Feb. 13. I have said many times before that if Taiwan is to make any progress, we have to change our finger-pointing culture to a cause-finding culture.
Syria's bloody conflict has entered its seventh year with unrelenting killings, displacements and bombardments being "one of the largest man-made humanitarian and protection crises in the world."
The unprecedented ruling of the Constitutional Court of Korea on March 10 made Park Geun-hye the first president to be removed from office after impeachment.
It's official: Britain is done with Europe.
Japan's Osaka High Court has revoked a provisional disposition decision by the Otsu District Court to suspend operations at the Nos. 3 and 4 reactors at Kansai Electric Power Co.'s Takahama nuclear power plant.